Like so many single women, Joi-Marie McKenzie almost has it all: a successful career, a supportive family, and faith in God. She even has a boyfriend, but he won't propose.
Ambitious and confident, almost-30-year-old Joi-Marie refuses to believe the gloomy statistics on single women marrying and hilariously questions when the marriage deck became stacked against women like her. But, feeling the pressure to wed, Joi-Marie decides to play "the engagement game" a five-step process handed down by her older married sister.
When she slowly becomes a person she doesn't recognize, or even like, Joi-Marie ends up finding the true key to unlocking love--herself.
Joi-Marie reveals-often with laugh out loud humor-the deeply personal thoughts and feelings many single women dare say out loud. Written almost like a novel, Joi-Marie takes readers on her raw journey to inner growth-without giving up on the idea of marriage.