Growing up, Tamara Davison felt like a princess in the empire of her father’s megachurch ministry. She never wanted for anything, and in her eyes, life was pretty near perfect— until a sobering truth about her father’s past was revealed. Now Tamara’s not so sure about her fairy-tale life anymore.
Jonathan Hartman loved Tamara Davison the moment he met her in college. But Jonathan was brought up in a poor town by parents who always struggled to make ends meet. He had to work two jobs in college, and while he now holds a respectable position with a decent income, he fears that he still lacks the means to provide for Tamara in the manner to which she is accustomed.
When a slick-talking pro-baller tries to sweep his lady off her feet, Jonathan must find a way to convince Tamara that true love feels so much better than all the money in the world.