Before You Lock My Love Away

Before You Lock My Love Away

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If you reveal your secrets to the wind, you should not blame the wind for revealing them to the trees. Most people have a skeleton or two in their closets. But Keyon (Hondo) Baptiste has an entire graveyard hiding in his closet. Secrets that could cost him his life and the lives of the ones he loves. When he betrays his wife, the only person who knows of his secrets, he will learn the true meaning of the saying "hell hath no fury like a woman scorned." 

Drayon (Milli) and Maliyah are like the modern-day Bonnie and Clyde. When Milli is out putting in work, she’s not too far behind. She has no problem walking over anyone to make sure her man is good. When Milli gets into some trouble with his connect, there is only one way that she can save his life. It’s unconventional. Dirty and grimy. But necessary to keep the man she loves from being locked away, six feet under 

Braylon (Dolla’) is the youngest of the group. He’s the peacemaker and he looks up to his brothers. Both of them. But when one of the brothers makes a decision that causes the loyalty between them to be lost, their once unbreakable bond to break and trust to dissolve amongst the three brothers, will he be able to forgive him? Or will he become the same savage to his brothers as he is to the streets?

If you reveal your secrets to the wind, you should not blame the wind for revealing them to the trees. Most people have a skeleton or two in their closets. But Keyon (Hondo) Baptiste has an entire graveyard hiding in his closet. Secrets that could cost him his life and the lives of the ones he loves. When he betrays his wife, the only person who knows of his secrets, he will learn the true meaning of the saying "hell hath no fury like a woman scorned." 

Drayon (Milli) and Maliyah are like the modern-day Bonnie and Clyde. When Milli is out putting in work, she’s not too far behind. She has no problem walking over anyone to make sure her man is good. When Milli gets into some trouble with his connect, there is only one way that she can save his life. It’s unconventional. Dirty and grimy. But necessary to keep the man she loves from being locked away, six feet under 

Braylon (Dolla’) is the youngest of the group. He’s the peacemaker and he looks up to his brothers. Both of them. But when one of the brothers makes a decision that causes the loyalty between them to be lost, their once unbreakable bond to break and trust to dissolve amongst the three brothers, will he be able to forgive him? Or will he become the same savage to his brothers as he is to the streets?