A professional woman meets a man of the street through a common artistic thread. He appreciates her love for women, and she appreciates his willingness to explore polygamy. They are lovers and they are enemies. They are business rivals and they are collaborative artists. They are strangers and they are soul mates. This is no ordinary love scribbled with lustful ink on satin paper. Their love is written with the milk of the galaxy, staining the darkness with blotches of sunlight from great stars afar. This is the only way to explain such a romantic ordainment. A series of four books, with every genre changing from the first to the last, is the only way to tell such a story. Its halftime, and the most ambitious tale of romance ever told, triumphantly reaches a poetic milestone. This is two books of four and the first half of the legacy between Amber Love Smith and Anthone “Graffiti” Bleu. This is suspense and eroticism, drama and philosophy, lifestyles and life choices, temptations and revelations. This is my life personified.