Gabe buys big companies on the verge
of bankruptcy, breaks them into much smaller companies and
sells them off.....except for the ones he believes will the
most profitable which he keeps. Gabe came to Coral Valley
seeking out his lover Guy Morrison as he pushes for the two
of them to bring their relationship to light with his family.
While Guy may be shy about embracing the truth about who he
is openly to friends and family, Gabe has come to terms with
being himself and is ready to take the next phase in his relationship
with Guy hoping that soon Guy will do the same.
While Gabe was once married before
he came out about his being gay, he and his ex-wife Noelle
have tried to stay on good terms for their daughter Brittany,
but as time goes on, Noelle's bitterness about the divorce
takes over and she uses Brittany as a tool to manipulate Gabe.
While Gabe does his best to try to pacify Noelle, with each
passing day it seems that her selfish notions are growing
into something she's using to keep him away from Brittany.
Ultimately Gabe would like to keep
his connections going with his daughter while maintaining
his relationship with Guy, but as Guy's ex-lover Mindy comes
into the picture showing her lingering feelings for Guy, Gabe
begins to wonder if perhaps he's losing the man he loves along
with his little girl.
However, to keep up the games that
Guy is playing with his family, Gabe has reluctantly agreed
to play along in pretending to have a female flame in Coral
Valley as well. When Gabe meets down on her luck Jade Alexander
in a moment of heartbreak, it seems he's found a kindred spirit
and the two form a fast friendship with one another, but will
Jade's friendship be the thing to help keep Gabe centered
as the world around him is shaken up or will his past ulitmately
threaten any hopes he has of happiness in his future?