Temple has no intention of remarrying after the messy civil divorce that left her without custody of her two children. Then she meets Q, who thinks no woman could ever look twice at him. Q looks more than twice at Temple, though. He makes her laugh and sometimes makes her forget her lost children. And Temple has a way of making Q forget how children point when they see him coming and women cross the street. She makes him admit out loud that he's the best builder in the county. She makes him dream of having children of his own. With her. But Temple's civil divorce covers only "till death do us part," while her religious vows to Charles were forever. Should she tell Q? He's not of her faith. He doesn't need to know she believes that even their children won't belong to him in the hereafter. Does he?
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