Traveling Route 66, a charismatic preacher, Reverend Johnny Jones, and his seductively beautiful Latina girlfriend, Rebecca, find their lives spiraling out of control as they travel from small town to small town; running their scam on the churches they encounter along the mother road. He’s able to convince people he has the power to heal their illnesses and solve their most dreadful life experiences. But what the couple think is their scam begs the question does he really have the power? It’s a question that haunts him and only intensifies his inner demons. Scarred for life, his childhood abuse from his evil father won’t soon go away. He finds temporary refuge at the bottom of each bottle of tequila and endless grams of cocaine that goes up his nose. His childhood demons will not subside, neither will his vices. In the end, his powers serve as a blessing and a curse. Hang on tight while we follow this perilous couple’s journey into the abyss of miracles and tragedy.
Mary (Austin Highsmith) and Charlie’s (Alan Powell) marriage had become a little rocky, he forgot their anniversary whilst she almost slept with their friend Trevor (Luke Edwards) whose partner, Susan (Valerie Azlynn), is always working as she is a lawyer. But Mary is becoming suspicious of Charlie when he says he is working late on a property he is renovating and decides to show up there unannounced only to find him dead. With Charlie’s sister, Crystal (Lorna Street Dopson), suspecting that Mary might have done it and with police investigating she turns to Susan for legal help.