1. Were you surprised that Curtis was finally making a conscious effort toward being faithful to his new wife and his ministry
2. After reading about Charlotte in Too Much of a Good Thing, did you expect her to end up almost as scandalous as Curtis—specifically in the end?
3. As you were reading, did you find yourself no longer despising Curtis, but maybe feeling a touch of sympathy for him?
4. Is it your opinion that Curtis would have remained faithful to Charlotte forever, had she not turned out to be so deceptive?
5. What were your feelings when you discovered that Curtis's paternity, regarding Matthew was questionable?
6. Do you feel that Anise was justified in cutting off Charlotte completely?
7. How did you feel about Charlotte when you learned that she was pregnant and was considering an abortion?
8. In Casting the First Stone and Too Much of a Good Thing, Curtis was an example of many true-life ministers in this country, but do you know of any first-ladies who remind you of Charlotte? Both in the way she worshiped money and status and her act of adultery?
9. Over a period of time, do you think that Curtis will eventually learn the truth about Charlotte's ultimate best-kept secret?
10. Would you like to finally close the chapter to The Reverend Curtis Black with this book or see him at least one more time?