Tabitha Williams doubles as a punching bag every time her boyfriend
drinks one too many. When she stabs him and flees to her mother’s house
with her three-year-old daughter, she thinks it’s finally over.
Unfortunately, the drama has just begun! “Will she find the courage to
leave him for good? And will he let her?” Lisa Perkins is the “strong
one,” or at least that’s what Tabitha and Shanice think. However, this
couldn’t be further from the truth. When she leaves her home after her
mother refuses to believe that her stepfather has raped and impregnated
her, she thinks that distance will solve everything. She finds that she
couldn’t be more wrong. Shanice Thomas is giving teenage rebellion a
whole new meaning. Her mother recently found Christ, and the party that
was Shanice’s life is apparently over. Thrust into situations she isn’t
equipped to handle, Shanice suddenly finds herself learning painful new
lessons about the consequences of sleeping around.