After nearly 10 years working corporate marketing, Layne decided to open up her own vintage shop named “Back In The Day.” A place which might be struggling a bit, but is all hers. Just like Greg. Someone who has been her boyfriend for a year and is good, safe, a bit boring, but he’s a doctor.
However, when Layne doesn’t rush into marriage with him, it leads to her feeling like she has a pass to explore her other options. Leading to some good D*** which makes her question her life choices.
Additional Information About Layne
Favorite flowers are peonies.
After a squirrel attacked her friend at a slumber party, Layne, per Deon, doesn’t like the idea of owning a multi-story home, especially one with trees around it.
A doctor, a man who likes to be consistent, even in his restaurant choices, and is noted to be quite sentimental. Perhaps the only issue Greg has is that his sex game is weak – in terms of universal issues all can agree upon.
The man with the third leg who works in a nursing home and has a little hood edge to him. He meets Layne in a club and what was supposed to be just some dancing ended up being hours of sex and Layne making breakfast the next morning bringing you Jill Scott “Whatever, Whatever” vibes.
An auditor, who his friends lead you to believe has a preference for white girls, and who doesn’t know when to shut up in his personal life. Work-life, yeah, for keeping his head down and working his way up is the plan. But he is definitely the type who can talk himself out of getting some.
Additional Information About Deon
Is a member of the Lambda frat but since college, he hasn’t participated in their events since he strictly pledged due to his dad being in the frat.
Liberty is Layne’s newly hired sales associate at “Back In The Day” and is a bit urban. In fact, the way she got her job is by stepping up to Reggie right before he was going to d**k down Layne. Ever since, Liberty has been both on the sales floor and Layne’s muscle.
A homeless man, local to the area, who was born and raised in Atlanta and also was in the Navy for 14 years – until he was pushed out. Since then, Willy has struggled with PTSD, homelessness, and isolation since his family has moved and the neighborhood he grew up in is now gentrified.
Karen is Greg Jr.’s sister who most of the family doesn’t speak of and even in family pictures, you have to play, “Where’s Waldo?” to find her. But, based off her interactions with Tracey, she seems nice.