Generations lay claim to their souls. Can these daughters overcome?
In the southern United States, while freedom rang for those afore that was bound by slavery; Tara Bell, Betty Mae, Daughter, and Lanel's journey to freedom was just getting started.
Even as Tara Bell, Betty Mae and Daughter wrestled to find their own identities in the mist of puberty, a generation of tragedy and curses pursued them. For Daughter, a mother's love was taken away and replaced with resentment and contempt. Tara Bell silently mourned a father who walks out of his only child's life, perhaps chased away by the demons of an emotionally dysfunctional wife. Abandoned as an infant, Betty Mae fights for her right to be loved and encounters sexual bondage after being seduced and abused by the good Reverend. Lanel Wayne, or Boston as she is affectionately called, becomes shelter for those wounded and battles with the loss of her husband and letting go of the hate that might drive her to kill the one she considers responsible.
Through each woman's hardship, friendship and family become the keys to survival. God's plan for all of their lives involves a covenant that will transcend generations to come.