Alice is a young Christian lady, engaged to get married to a Christian man, Joab. They work together at Tegeta Industries and fellowship in the same church. Being born-again Christians, they have vowed to remain sexually pure until their wedding night. But there is a problem.
Alice is being pursued by Albert, the CEO of a microfinance bank that the company she works for owes money. She has already brushed off advances from Humphrey, the CEO of her own company, but Albert is persistent; and both Humphrey and her line manager, Nancy, are throwing her as a bait to Albert. It is becoming clear that it is either she sleeps with Albert, or she loses her job. Having remained jobless for three years before getting this one, she knows she cannot afford to lose her job. But she cannot afford to break her vow to God and her fiancée either.
Unknown to her, Joab has already succumbed to the sexual advances of Nancy, who is the company’s Chief Financial Officer and therefore his boss as well. He hates it, but he knew that if he didn’t do it both he and Alice would get fired. Nancy believes that Alice is Joab’s cousin. What Joab doesn’t have is the courage to tell Alice the truth, even though she has already told him about Albert.