Cishawn and Tonzell both know what they want from life. Cishawn wants to be able to maintain her independence while pursuing the career of her heart. Tonzell wants to be able to grow his fledgling business without the distraction of a relationship. When the time is right, each wishes to find the perfect mate: for Cishawn, that would be a man who appreciates and supports her independence. Tonzell wants an old fashioned woman like his Granny to build his life with. The problem is, Cishawn’s quest for independence serves as a blockade between her and potential mates. She cannot be what Tonzell needs her to be, and that is the needy, damsel in distress who is looking to be rescued. Can Tonzell accept not being the noble rescuer?
Randall wants a boyfriend. When a likely specimen walks into her pet
store to purchase “a dog or something”, Tisha nearly turns him away with
her disdain for would be animal owners who neglected their charges.
Upon further review, Tisha realizes the man had a different type of void
in his life, very possibly the same one that afflicts her.
Durst just about has her nest empty. However, the widowed mother of
three grown up daughters soon finds herself the object of the girls'
matchmaking schemes. In an effort to waylay these actions, Melanie joins
forces with a handsome regular customer in her store, Tyson Brown. What
begins as a farce to get her daughters off her back ends up being the
beginning of a beautiful relationship.