Calvin, Dorian, and Bishop are about to catch all kinds of hell simply because they can't answer one question: Who shot Emory?
Calvin thinks he's ready to finally be the man that he has always wanted to be, but there have been some weird things happening to him lately. He's pretty sure that someone is stalking him, but he can't figure out who. Also, his friendship with Alisha has reached a turning point. They both are trying to figure out what's best for them as individuals while also deciding if they want to take their friendship to another level.
Bishop has somehow become public enemy number one. He's used to having the general public against him, but he finds himself in a situation where not even his own friends have his back. Bishop is quickly realizing that for the first time in his life he isn't going to be able to evade the consequences of his choices. The only problem is that Bishop claims he is innocent, but nobody believes him. If he doesn't figure something out, then this scandal could ruin his life.
Dorian finds himself being pulled in many different directions. Everybody is looking to him for answers, and for the first time in his life, he doesn't have any. But things begin to change for Dorian when someone walks into his life and offers him everything that he never had. For the first time ever, he's thinking about turning in his player-card for something real, but a traumatic experience makes him question if he's ready for that.
In this highly anticipated sequel, friendships will be tested, loyalties will be broken, but in the end, the truth will be unveiled. Find out if these bachelors can get their chaotic lives on track and possibly find true love in the process.