In the aftermath of war, there is peace.
With the events that began with the attempted assassination of Bobby Ray are behind them, Mike Black the opportunity to contemplate the way forward for his family. He knew, better than most, how fragile peace can be and how quickly things can change. Naturally, there was still the matter of Fleming Molson that had to be dealt with, but for right now, things were good. Without officially having the title, Rain Robinson has been functioning as underboss of the family. Wanda has settled comfortably into her new role as Rain’s consigliere and sometime assassin. And Nick is in love with April. Peace. But Black wasn’t just concerned about his organization; his thoughts were on Cassandra, Michelle and Easy.
Since she’s been in power in the islands, Jada West had been busy. She had opened an exclusive establishment in Freeport, was aggressively pushing her way into the Turks and Caicos, and she was just waiting on Black to give her the go ahead to move on Aruba. But Wanda was concerned that Jada was too focused on making money and not paying attention the threat posed by Fleming’s nephew, Malcolm and his people in Nassau. That changed when Jada arrived at Paraíso after returning from a business trip to find that her that two of the ladies, had been brutally murdered along with two Japanese businessmen. Because of their business and political connections, the Bahamian police and Japanese Consulate security believe the murders are the work of a Japanese terrorist group, but Jada sources tell a different story that leads her to do the last thing she wanted to do. She called Black and he told her to take no action until he got there; and then he looked at his wife. “Wanna go to Nassau?”
“When are we leaving?”