Rowan and Dominic are ready to spend the rest of their lives together... until he gets locked up on some made up charges. Rowan immediately throws herself right in to the deep end of the drug game hoping to help her man. She quickly finds out that running the streets isn't as easy as Dom and his boys make it seem. She finds herself drowning between late night drug dealings and early morning classes. Dom finds himself locked away in a jail cell with nothing to do but list off the people he's going to kill the day he gets out. He's found love and he isn't letting his own short coming, his family or the streets get between them... until he and Rowan take a loss neither of them could have ever imagined. It shifts their focus and suddenly they aren't fighting to take down their enemy. They're fighting to stay together. Ivy and June are both attempting to find their place in the craziness that their lives have become. With drugs around every corner June fights with her rehabilitation and with Raina around every corner Ivy fights with her own insecurities. Breeze is focused on being a good father, getting D out of jail and making money in that order. He's feeling Ivy, but he knows where his priorities and loyalty lie and when Raina drops a bomb on him he's forced to decide if he wants to focus on the future he can have with someone new or make an entire 180 to reach back and save the woman that gave him her teenage years and a daughter. Chance is in the process of being a better person. He wants to get his life together. He does... but, he also wants to live while he's young and after he kills one of the most well-known men in the game, being devoted to one chick is the least of his problems.