Two “perfectly happy” couples have some lessons to learn about fidelity and trust if they hope to make love last. Patrice may be a confident, successful woman, but she spends all her spare time spying on her sexy husband, Deon. Meanwhile, her best friend, Corrine, gets an abrupt wake-up call when her wealthy fiancé, Lucas, insists that she sign a prenuptial agreement. A journey of the heart begins with the discovery that without faith, not even the most rock-solid relationships can survive.
Here is a story about trust in relationships, the very virtue that can last when all else fails.
Patrice has to learn to trust her husband, especially since her father was unfaithful to her mother. Her husband is secretive about certain things and she doesn’t know why, although the husband has her good in mind. In another plot a man wants his bride-to-be to sign a prenuptial agreement and the bride feels insulted, so we have another story about the subject of trust. In another sub-plot a brother and others help a man that is shy to get over it so he can date.
The theme of trust is to be commended in this movie and it pleases us to award this movie our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages twelve plus due to its theme about marriage and trust issues. Trust me…this is worth watching.