This romantic comedy, set in the summer of 1992, features four lonely Long Islanders, each with their own distinct viewpoints about life and love. Angel Ventura, or the Widow Ventura, as her younger sister, Gina, liked to call her, thought true love was like lightning, it never struck twice. As for Gina, she swore that finding true love was as simple as getting a new business partner – a well-placed classified ad ought to do the trick. Steele La Chance, a house painter and would-be-novelist, believed true love was a great hoax: the stuff of fairytales, fiction, and fantasy; whereas Mrs. Rose Bloom, a seventy-five-year-old bubbie, felt true love was a match made in heaven before you were born, and if it was meant to be, nothing on this earth can stand in its way. For Angel and Steele, it took one red-hot July, a surprise summer storm of the century, two celestial pests, and a little help from Gina and Rose, two down-to-earth matchmakers, to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt: All things are possible for those who believe.