What happens when you meet “the one” that’s really meant for you…
but not until you’re about to say “I do” to another?
And so the story begins of Gabriel Washington and Alexandria Jones – a story that you will never forget.
Invitations have been mailed, the church reserved – and Gabriel Washington, the soon-to-be groom, appears to have it all together. He’s a strikingly handsome, financially secure, and spiritually grounded brotha only five days away from marrying his college sweetheart, Tracee Andrews. Despite her sharp tongue and sometimes manipulative ways, Tracee represents everything any sane man would ever want in a woman. With a successful career in journalism, she possesses all the qualities that intimidate the most confident of men.
But as Gabriel soon discovers, the appearance of having everything is sometimes not enough. So when this undeniably ‘together’ brotha meets Alexandria Jones, a beautiful and soft-spoken woman whose marriage is on the verge of divorce, a mutual attraction quickly transforms Gabriel into a reluctant groom only days from saying “I do.”
Now, Gabriel is about to risk a future he’s somewhat certain of for a moment that may hold no promise. He soon finds that falling for a married woman in the midst of her own marital breakdown comes with serious consequences. Falling for her on the very week of his wedding creates even more drama for an already complicated situation. Add to the mix a bride-to-be with a few hidden skeletons of her own and a deception of the very worst kind.
As a result, lives will unravel and leave everyone involved on an emotional roller coaster ride filled with passion, betrayal, regret and consequence — all ultimately resulting in an inescapable clash of spoken commitment and undeniable truth.
Reminiscent of Love Jones and The Best Man (solid, sexy, urban), Lovin’ Mrs. Jones is not your typical girl meets boy and they live happily ever after kind of romance story. This story is different, heartfelt and captivating…you will be pleasantly surprised of what it offers.