With a potential new family member entering their world, the Masters clan is having to do some adjusting. Yetti more so than anyone. Thank goodness for him that Reelle is there to set the pace. But will he get a handle on his guilt or will it get the best of him.
Keys learns that sometimes the right thing to do isn’t always right for everyone, including himself when his decision to try and be a good friend backfires and drives a wedge between him and Asha. Refusing to lose the one good thing that he has in his life, he makes the decision to take his chances and fess up. Once the truth is out, he can only hope that Asha won’t walk.
As if life isn’t complicated enough, Yetti and Keys get a visit from their inside man at the police department, informing them that their freedom is at risk, due to an anonymous tip. Regardless of the threat, they are determined to handle it. They neglect to tell Hayes about the situation, which ends up causing tensions in the family.
Hayes seems to be settling into the idea of a forever with Rah and even goes as far as deciding to give her what she wants. But just when things seem to be mellowing out, they get news that could change everything for them.
The ups and downs never seem to end, and the Mater’s brothers have a full plate of issues to deal with. Hopefully they can find the light at the end of the tunnel without falling apart.