Jada Edwards is the Director of the Customer Service Division for Butler and Brown s Insurance Company. She has met many goals in such a short time in her life, and with that, Jada is in the process of seeking her Doctorate. From the outside, Jada looks like she is on top of the world, but in reality, she is under the bridge covered with a cardboard box. With all the success that Jada has, and also being in line for a VP position, there is one thing that she continues to struggle with accomplishing. Donnell McDaniels, the man Jada is hopelessly in love with. Donnell is her Junior High School sweetheart and even though he has played many games with her down through the years, he still has a major part of Jada s heart. Things begin to change when Jada meets Mont, a successful businessman that makes Donnell look like a welfare case. During this time Jada also decides she needs to re-dedicate her life to Christ. She enlists the help of her First Lady, Mother Albright, who has been there with Jada since she was a child. With the newness of Mont being around, Jada begins to wonder if Donnell really is apart of her future. All the while, Mont purses Jada and shows her how a man really should treat a woman. Just as Jada is at the point of moving on, she is faced with a choice she must make and the question becomes, is there really no limit to her love. Just when she thinks she has made the right choice she receives the shock of her life. Jada decides to do something that may cost her everything she has worked so hard for.
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