Saved, sanctified, and...STILL SINGLE. Angel Wells feels like one of the lucky ones. Especially when there are so many women in their thirties and forties who are still single and desiring to be married. She had no idea that a good Christian brother like her boyfriend, Greg Burrows, could be anything less than an answer to prayer. Little did she know that he was the answer to the prayers of numerous other women in the church as well.
Greg has found himself in a losing battle. Saints and skanks alike are pursuing him with as much fervor as he first pursued Angel. As desperate as he is to please God, he finds himself losing the will to fight temptation, especially when it comes in so many beautiful shapes and sizes. He knows that a lifelong commitment to Angel is what he really wants, but if he can't get himself under control, it might not be what he gets.
Terrance Wayne can't believe that Greg is about to miss out on the best thing that ever happened to him. His loss will definitely be Terrance's gain, if only he could convince Angel to let go of the sorry brother. Terrance is everything that she could ever want in a man. He's fine, funny, intelligent, and paid for days with no baby mama drama. The only thing he isn't is a Christian. He can't understand why Angel would let Greg dog her just because he goes to church.
As a married woman, Cynthia Carter tries her best to offer advice and wisdom as Angel sorts through her man troubles. Little does Angel, or anyone else, know that Cynthia's own issues with her wealthy real estate mogul husband, Edward, are so serious that they threaten to shake the very foundations of the church.
Cheryl Tinsdale is co-Pastor of Faith Tabernacle and desperate to address the challenges and inequities of dating in the church. She's disgusted at the men that run through the church like they're at an all-you-can-eat buffet. If only her Pastor and husband, Walter, can see what's really going on. Trying to show him may cost Cheryl her marriage.