Amber Wallace is a angry little girl who struggles to understand herself and the world around her. She doesn't understand why her father being white and her mother being black is an issue for majority of the people she meets. She learns at a young age that a peaceful approach isn't always the best way to survive. With an angry mother that she doesn't understand, and a father who's always working, Amber the youngest of four thinks she kws it all. Amber believes the solution to her life's problems is to find a boyfriend of her own. That's when she meets Malcolm, a beautifully dark and intelligent young man with some anger issues of his own. Amber igred the warning signs to walk away and she fell head first in love with Malcolm, although she caught the eye of David who seemed to embody everything that she actually said she wanted in a boyfriend. When Amber finds herself pregnant at 14 years old, she learns real fast that the fantasy world she envisioned is t the reality she's living. The unspoken darkness within her family comes to life. She learns about the life or death power within her last name. She struggles to grow up quickly while she holds on to the fantasy of a happy family life with Malcolm who does t want the future picture she paints for them. When the opportunity presents its self Amber jumps at the opportunity to leave Malcolm behind and to start over with David. When the reality of Malcolm's hold on her crushes her dream, Amber tries desperately to hold on to David. Does holding on to David cost him his life? This is Part One of the two Part series of The Wallace Family Affairs Volume II.