DRO is a jackboy who's living THE SAVAGE LIFE with his crew of hittas.
Although he gets money by any means, Dro knows that his purpose in the world is more than robbing people and blowing money fast.
But the streets is his boo, and he can't seem to walk away from the addictiveness of that life.
Things might change when Dro meets FOREVER, a fine, religious woman who sees more in him than a street goon.
Forever tries her earnest best to pull him out of the gutter but the gutter won't let him leave.
When a deadly encounter claims the life of someone very close to his heart, Dro must decide to live, kill or die.
Will the code of the streets force Dro to choose war over everything else? Or will his heart pull him away from the game? Once a savage always a savage? The answer just might get answered in blood.
After his release from prison, DIRTY is on a mission to collect what he is owed from friends or foes.
His work with that "tool" puts fear in many, while a few killers of his same ilk are eager to send Dirty home to his Maker.
After putting in work when he first touches down, DIRTY decides to collect the bag that's been placed on The Savages' heads.
But now he is up against a beast whose murder game is as lethal as his own? Can the heartless killer take down the penultimate street crew? Or will his blood-thirst and lust for money become a sad line on his eulogy? Meanwhile, DRO recovers from his near-fatal injuries and there's hell to be paid by those that brought harm to his loved ones.
As his heart seeks brutal revenge, his other half, FOREVER, pleads for him to let it go.
When her words fall on deaf ears, Forever must decide whether she will walk lock and step with her man or leave him to walk that path alone.
There are no easy ways out of THE SAVAGE LIFE.
The only question is will the participants escape the horrors of the game? Or will they die trying to master a game with no rules and no mercy?
DRO is still living THE SAVAGE LIFE.
With SHAMIKA acting as his cohort, he goes after the man who touched someone close to him.
But when Shamika ends up dead, Dro is left to fend for himself? And like the beast that he is, he brings that smoke.
When the body count becomes outrageous, Dro leaves Milwaukee and moves to Atlanta, where he finds the going gets rougher than ever.
Reduced to living a destitute life, Dro gets rescued from the gutter by a woman who offers him a chance to shine.
Will he embrace that opportunity and flourish? Or will he continue to destroy everything that he touches? Meanwhile, FOREVER is off the radar, but she's entrenched deep in Dro's heart.
Will life's circumstances keep them apart.
Or will he chance everybody and everything, including his life to see her just one more time?