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Cherise and Aaron are a beautiful couple that are completely in love and devoted to one another. Some would say both their sexual appetites lean toward the extreme. As devoted as they are to one another, they are also devoted to the church where they've spent most their lives. A church where every aspect of it's members lives are watched under a microscope; where any misstep could cause a person to be ostracized by the community, including family, and friends whom they love.
When Cherise and Aaron's sexual proclivities are discovered by the leaders of their church, their private lives will come under the most invasive dissection. Others in their church will be forced to face their own sexual bias and question their own beliefs. Could the way a person shares their love with another really be sinful even if true love is involved? Does anyone have the right to determine how to share your love with another?