"Somebody has to do the dirty work, and I guess that’s me: the story of my life."
Life’s tragedies, however damning, have a way of turning a person’s grief, confusion and loss into blunt wisdom. Chris Hoard never asked for the life he got, but he works with what he has. And he’s doing his best to transfer his business acumen as a former drug dealer to get his Native construction company up and running.
Abandoned and abused by those who were supposed to love him most, Chris spent most of his adult life behind bars. Now he’s leaving that all behind.
And while he’s not one to reconcile his past...
Chris’s past soon comes to reconcile with him.