My Brother's Keeper
Kingston, Harlem, and Memphis Lanier are brothers with a close relationship, even with the odds against them. They made a promise as kids to each other to always be there for one another, proving their bond is solid.
Kingston is respected in the streets and next in line to take the throne. He doesn’t play about his family, money, or respect. As Kingston gets deeper into the game, the last thing he was thinking about was love. After a shooting that puts his life in danger, he crosses paths with Trinity Stone, who steps in to save his life. They end up having an undeniable connection as things between them blossom into something beautiful. Taking a chance at love, he is forced to balance the street life, being there for his brothers, and maintaining his newfound love for Trinity.
Harlem is the second oldest of the brothers with a ‘do what I want’ attitude and will to ride out; he protects his family at all costs. ‘I am my brother’s keeper’, is a phrase he takes to heart. When he and his best friend Crystal, take things to a new level, life becomes complicated since he also harbors feelings for Rain Stone. Harlem has ninety-nine problems, and his love life is one. Who does he choose when both have a piece of his heart?
Memphis, the baby boy, experienced hurt many times from people who he thought had his back. Putting his focus on the streets, he stands with his brothers as they rise to become the new street kings. A run-in with Serenity Stone brings him a friend he needs to finally open and let someone in his world, but when an old friend from the past shows up with a surprise, he will soon learn nothing will be the same in his life.
Trinity, Serenity, and Rain Stone each have their own encounter with the Lanier brothers, and they quickly get pulled into their world. With situationships, new friendships, breaking points, and new enemies, nothing will be the same for any of them. But for all their uncertainty, one thing is sure the Lanier brothers will forever be each other’s keeper.