A former drug dealer must deal with ghosts from his past when he's reunited with one of his best customers.
On Sale: January 1, 2009
Featuring: Alec (Smoke); Breanne Phillips (Anne)
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In the beginning, there was a drug dealer named Smoke, and
Breanne Phillips was one of his most faithful customers. She
was smoking crack cocaine to block out an existence she
wanted to escape from. Smoke was just money-hungry enough to
take her cash-and anything else she had to offer-in exchange
for the magic rocks he had. It was a mutually satisfying
arrangement, one he forgot about as soon as he got out of
the game, dropped the nickname Smoke and started answering
to the name Alec.
Fast forward sixteen years, and Breanne Phillips is back in
his life. These days, she's a businesswoman, who goes by the
name of Anne. She's dragging a sixteen-year-old hoodlum
behind her, claiming Alec is the boy's father and demanding
that he straighten out their son. And as if dealing with an
unwelcome ghost from his past isn't enough, his son is mixed
up in the kind of foolishness Alec is all too familiar with,
which means he'll have to step in and rearrange some things.
A door opens, and Smoke is suddenly back on the scene, ready
to put some heads to bed, including Anne's. After that,
he'll deal with the son he never knew he had.
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