Construction of New Testament Cathedral’s multimillion-dollar crystal sanctuary is complete. Pastor Samantha Cleaveland is credited with building the magnificent edifice in spite of her grief over the death of her husband, the mega church’s former beloved pastor, Hezekiah T. Cleaveland. Los Angeles and the world are ready to celebrate with Samantha and the New Testament family. Samantha is the reigning queen and celebrated minister of the gospel; however, conspiring in the background are the people whose lives she has left in shambles in her shameless pursuit of power.
Samantha thought she had killed Danny St. John during a botched blackmail attempt, but he has returned to avenge the death of Hezekiah, the only man he ever truly loved. Danny has enlisted the help of Gideon Truman, a reporter who would like nothing more than to expose Samantha as a murderer to further his journalism career. Cynthia Pryce continues her tireless efforts to bring down Samantha as well, so that her husband can become head pastor. The emotionally fragile Scarlett Shackelford is struggling to maintain her sanity while she fights to prevent Samantha from luring away her husband.
A star-studded party hosted by Samantha at the Cleaveland estate in Bel Air is the culmination of a month of celebrations marking the completion of the cathedral. The wounded band of coconspirators is present at the elegant affair, ready to strike against their enemy. Precise timing, absolute secrecy, and unfettered hate are the elements that must be in place for their plan to succeed. Will Samantha be able to deliver her victory speech, or will her enemies have the final say? The intense drama comes to a head in this final installment of Terry E. Hill’s popular Sunday Morning Trilogy.
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