Synopsis: Once separated by time and iron bars James is now back and claiming to be a changed man. But for every time Lisa says “no” a little more of who he really is resurfaces. James Harris is the man Lisa Jenson thought she would marry. He turned out to be the man who would almost kill her. Twice!
Synopsis: Catherine “Cat” Palmer is a journalism major at Howard University, and works full-time as a receptionist in an emergency room. Juggling work and studies has left her no time for a social life. When her friends drag her to a frat party one night, she doesn’t expect to be introduced to the campus heartthrob, Dorian Wallace. Dorian is a business major at the university, known for his wealth and prowess with women. When he lays eyes on Catherine, it is love at first sight. It doesn’t take long before the two become inseparable.
At first, Catherine is enamored with Dorian’s attentiveness, and is grateful for the new lifestyle his wealth has afforded her. It soon becomes apparent Dorian’s intentions are not honorable, and simply a means of controlling her. Catherine finds every reason to excuse his antiquated thinking and domineering behavior; however, ignoring his actions isn’t as easy for those closest to her.
Will Catherine have the strength to escape the abuse, or will their love remain Unbalanced?
Synopsis: Catherine Palmer and Dorian Wallace are about to walk down aisle. Everything is paid and ready for the blessed day. Nothing could go wrong. Or so she thinks. Catherine is about to find out there are some very high hurdles on the way to the church. And even more after she says “I do”.
Catherine is about to find out just how far she will go for love. And before their first year anniversary, Catherine is about to face the most horrible loss she has ever experienced. Can she move on? Does she have the strength to hold her marriage together no matter what?
Dorian Wallace can’t wait to marry the love of his life. And he will do whatever it takes to make that happen. In Dorian-like fashion, he creates a world where he is the only one in control. But is there a limit to his control over Catherine?