The Jamieson Family Legacy series follows the lives of the two Jamieson brothers in Boston, Kidd and Ace and their cousin Cameron from St. Louis. While Kidd, the older brother, is struggling with anger and resentment issues toward his absentee father who never married his mother, but had the audacity to demand his illegitimate sons carry his last name Jamieson. Ace, on the other hand, is on his collision course to be a chip off the old block when it comes to women. Their highly educated MIT graduate, Cameron Jamieson, is all about saving family from self-destruction. Through genealogy research, Cameron's mission is to show his cousins their worth as eleventh generation descendants of a royal African tribe and give them a choice: to be angry black men or accept the challenge to become strong successful black men.
The three books in the series: "Guilty by Association, The Guilt Trip," and "Free from Guilt," feature the three Jamieson men who have to accept that the past and the present are all in God's hand and without Him they can't advance to future blessings. The bonus storyline is one that progresses the story of the much-loved character in the previous three book Guilty Series, Grandma B.B and she picks up a sidekick, Mrs. Valentine.
"Guilty by Association" is the story of Kevin "Kidd" Jamieson. Kidd suffers from the "angry black man syndrome." How dare his father insist that his sons carry his last name when he was never around? As far as he's concerned the Jamieson name is worthless. Kidd's anger is seeping out into every area of his life as he carelessly leaves a trail of destruction whenever he goes. When he receives an invitation from a distant cousin, Parke Jamieson VI to come to St. Louis, he is hesitant but accepts it almost as a dare. Though he initially bumps heads with his cousin, a series of events that involve a dog named Silent Killer, Stacy Adams shoes, and two women who enter his life to calm his raging storm, Kidd makes St. Louis home. One woman is Eva Savoy who becomes his "Eve," a woman through whom God uncovers and exposes the underlying goodness in Kidd's heart.
Reluctantly, Kidd allows Parke to walk him through information on their royal family heritage. Overwhelmed by the care and compassion of new friends and family, Kidd struggles to keep up the bad boy attitude but his walls are starting to crumble and he knows he's going down.
Eventually, Kidd learns it's not his association with the name that identifies him, but the man he becomes that defines him.