After eighteen years, Roger McKenzie is questioning his calling as leader of the gospel choir, The Triumphant Voices of Praise. Not only have they failed to achieve the success he craves, their relationships are unraveling, turning them into disillusioned and bitter strangers. . .
Tyrone Thomas has always considered his cousin Roger his best friend. So he can't understand why his own wife, Georgie, seems intent on driving a wedge between them. For Georgie's part, there's something about Roger she doesn't trust. Yet she has secrets of her own--the kind that could destroy her cherished marriage. . ..Pampered, privileged Margaret Hall-Stuart may have the voice of an angel, but she's determined to make a play for Roger--until someone else in the group opens her eyes to a world she's never imagined. And when Roger begins to receive hateful, anonymous messages, the whole choir is plunged into an ordeal. Now they'll have to confront their pasts, their demons, and their greatest obstacles: themselves. . .