Curtis Black might be a man of the cloth, but with his irresistible looks, seductive charm, and charismatic personality, he's particularly beloved by his female parishioners—and almost every other woman he's ever met. The trouble is, Curtis is married. At first he tries to resist temptation, but not for long. His insatiable appetite for women quickly gets the best of him. Eventually, the women in Curtis's life find that with a little careful planning—sneaky and otherwise—they can help Curtis reap the punishment that he so richly deserves. In this captivating and dramatic sequel to Casting the First Stone, Kimberla Lawson Roby, with her trademark with and insight, sets sparks flying.
1.When you first began reading Too Much of a Good Thing, were you surprised that Curtis had decided to return to the ministry?
2.Do you feel that Mariah is typical in terms of some women wanting to marry men with money or men who have a certain amount of power?
3.In your opinion, was Curtis truly called by God to preach or did he decide on his own to become a minister?
4.Why do you think Alicia resorted to dating on the Internet?
5.Do you feel that Curtis and/or Tanya could have prevented Alicia from meeting J-Money on-line? What about in person?
6.Do you believe that real-life ministers in your own city spend social time together, discussing their corrupt ways, the same as Curtis, Tyler, Malcolm and Cletus did?
7.When Adrienne was first re-introduced, did you think she would begin seeing Curtis again?
8.Do you feel that Mariah acted accordingly by staying with Curtis for as long as she did? Do you believe this is typical of most pastors' wives?
9.In your recollection, have there been any major scandals in your city involving a pastor or church congregation?
10.What do you believe can be done to stop pastors who are morally challenged and who have no respect for God or people as a whole?
11.In the end, do you believe that Curtis Black has finally changed for the better?
12.Would you like to see more of Curtis Black in the future?