A lively mix of church politics and bedroom follies. --"Publishers Weekly"
"New York Times" bestselling author Carl Weber takes readers back to church--where preaching isn't always enough. . .
Bishop T.K. Wilson has done all he can to make First Jamaica Ministries a success. But with his last choir director getting caught in a scandal, attendance and cash flow are down. To fill the pews and collection plates, Bishop is counting on a new choir director, the charismatic Aaron Mackie, to revive the church.
Aaron has been waiting his entire life to prove he has what it takes to be a big-time choir director. But his ways around women, past and present, could cost him more than his job. Soon, the Bishop is dealing with in-fighting, jealousies, and personal vendettas. But a final piece of the puzzle has yet to be revealed: Someone has been robbing the church blind. Someone whose connection to the Bishop is far too close for comfort. . .
"A masterfully written gem." --"RT Book Reviews"
"Faith, hope, and fornication constitute the theme of this lusty tale." --"Booklist" (starred review)
The Choir Director
Kensington Publishing Corporation