Tiffany and Mark have been married over a year. And Tiffany feels something is lacking in their marriage; so the two of them decide to volunteer for Missionary Work for their church, in the Caribbean.
The surrounding paradise overwhelms Tiffany and she succumbs to the voluptuousness of the beautiful scenery, the sand, the crystal blue water and the sexy first mate Nikki.
A deeply religious person Tiffany struggles with the sinful desires she has for Nikki, tries to rationalize her lust for Nikki with her religious beliefs. Her emotions win out over her religion.
As Tiffany strays into the life of female on female sex, she loses interest in her husband Mark. The brief two weeks in the Caribbean change her ideas concerning what love really is and what part religion plays in her life.
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