The relationship between Sherry and Warren is sweet and romantic. It is deep and caring. It gets deeply passionate and sexually intense. But their love is faced with barriers of color, and plagued by issues of race in the minds of families on both sides. Race is especially an issue for a person of mixed race who is considered t black eugh by blacks, r is that person considered white. Sherry is a single woman who struggles to make her ends meet, but hopes that one day her skills in fashion design will bring her success. She is very sweet, naturally beautiful and highly sensual. Her past relationships have left her feeling disappointed, sad, lonely and worn out. She is scared and hesitant to put trust in any man again, but she is a woman who is sensitive and needs a man to take care of her. Warren is a handsome man with an athletic built and tan looks. He is serious, but also has a desire to live life in its most vibrant form. He has ambitious plans to turn the auto industry around that has been hammered by the rising gas prices going through the roof. But his plans are confronted with the question: Why should anyone invest in his plans when there are already giant auto companies investing hundreds of millions and doing all that can be done? The question is, will his grit and determination overcome the seemingly impossible odds against him?