Green is the color of envy, a color of beauty, a color that describes Yasmin Sinclair. Yasmin is a stunning young woman, admired by many, especially for her hazel-green eyes. She is often described as pretty, even beautiful. However, the reflection she sees is far from beauty. To her, her eyes are her biggest flaw, providing her male admirers a temporary fascination that will soon fade away. For Yasmin, green is a color of pain. All her life Yasmin has only wanted to be loved. She has sought her parents acceptance only to be met with criticism. Her parents barely acknowledge her, or show any act of compassion or love. From forgetting her birthday to ignoring her accomplishments, it is made clear she will never be a priority. Their love is only for her younger sister. Tired of feeling unwanted, she gathers the little confidence she has and resolves to get it together . On her night of liberation, she sees Braxton Simms. Braxton, a man she s admired from afar, but was always too shy to approach, until this night. However, Braxton is not the monogamous type, he lives by the motto, sex, no strings attached. But, there s something about Yasmin that makes Braxton consider giving up his bachelorhood. It s not long before they begin an erotic love affair. For the first time in Yasmin s life, she not only feels beautiful, she feels love. Braxton is everything she envisioned. Braxton has embraced her, shown her how it really is to be a part of a family. She has security. He loves her for her, not her eyes. He has opened her eyes to see her own beauty. Love has finally found her. Unfortunately, sometimes life brings the unexpected. For Yasmin this tragedy sends her spiraling. By the time Yasmin finally does get a grip on her sanity, she realizes that she s lost Braxton, and the love that she believed was so genuine and pure is not what she thought it to be. Feeling alone, dejected and confused Yasmin falls into a deep depression. All alone, Yasmin is left to deal with her insecurities. During this course she finds the love she needs and finally learns the truth behind her parents rejection.