Sharee Carter was your typical spoiled brat as a child. Growing up with a drug dealing father made it easy for her to have everything her heart desired. Her sense of entitlement as you would guess followed her into adulthood and spilled over into her relationships. If the man she was dating wasn’t living up to her princess persona then she dropped them like a bad habit. That is until someone finally steals her heart. Winston Jacobs, a thirty one year old computer software engineer who was head over heels in love with Shree and was determined to make a build a future for her and their two year old son Jaleel.
The twenty nine year old nursing student however is none too thrilled once she discovers that Winston had planned to buy them a new home after they save up some money and paid down some of the credit card debt that she had acquired. She wanted to live the diva lifestyle that she had been accustomed too. A Chrysler 300 and a rented townhouse in a gated community weren’t good enough while she waited for Winston to “come up.” She wanted to live lavishly and she wanted it as of yesterday. Her ungratefulness soon causes a strain on the relationship however Winston is determined to make it work, not only for the sake of their son, but mostly because he loved him some Sharee.
One day Sharee decided to share her displeasure with one of her gold-digging girlfriends Dion, whose motto is: Why spend my money on what a man can buy for me. She convinces her that white men are where the real cash is at. And if Winston is not ballin up to her standards then she needs to step her game up and try some cream in her coffee.
Sharee’s needs are soon met when she has an affair with Vincent Mcbride, a forty one year old real estate tycoon. However she soon learns that power and wealth can be dangerous in the wrong hands. She gets more than she bargains for when her Caucasian lover decides that three is a crowd and he wants her all to himself . He wants more than just a fly by night fling and he will do whatever it takes to make Sharee his lady, even if it means getting Winston out of the picture, permanently. Her life is turned upside down as she tries to protect the man she now realizes that she loves from the man she had used. Who will be the last man standing when Sahree’s thirsty thrill ride comes to a crashing halt?