Sin Of A Woman by Kimberla Lawson Roby (A Curtis Black Novel book 14)

SIN OF A WOMANSin is sin.  No sin is greater or less than any other one.  How should you proceed when a person feel like they can sin but throw your sins back in your face?  Do you continue to deal with them or do you separate yourself from the situation?

Raven Black is now divorced from Dillon Black, son of the infamous Curtis Black and she has started her own church.  She was doing good with Dillon but she is doing much better on her own.  The thing that Raven would like to achieve is a greater success than Dillon ever had but what will it take to achieve those goals?  Who or what would try to get in her way to stop Raven from being the success that she sees in her future or will she obtain it by any means necessary?  Does Raven have what it takes or does she even know what it takes to be considered a success?

Sin Of A Woman is part of the Curtis Black series but he only plays a very small part in this novel.  This book is about the women that came in contact with him and/or the Black family and how life is for them.  We have characters if you are caught up with the series you will recognize so you will understand.  Roby has written a story that will keep us in the loop with the Black family without missing a beat.  Once again, I applaud Roby for writing a story that is relatable to her fans and in general an all around great story to participate in.

Sin Of A Woman is available for purchase everywhere your favorite books are sold in various formats: Hardback, Paperback, Kindle, Nook and Audible.

  • File Size: 759 KB
  • Print Length: 321 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1455569690
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (June 20, 2017)
  • Publication Date: June 20, 2017
  • Sold by: Hachette Book Group
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01LY2IJ3J
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The Doctor Is In by Carl Weber and Brenda Hampton

THE DOCTOR IS INWhere is the line drawn between obsession and stalking?  How far do you go to show someone that you like them?  How far is too far and how do you know when to stop?  Is there a such thing as a healthy obsession?

Dr. Kasen Phillips is a counselor who has a heart of gold.  He is very empathetic with his patients and that makes for a great counselor and a great man.  The love of his life, Rain, is the woman that he has been waiting for all of his life.  Once it finally clicked that he needs to make some changes for his happiness everything is going so fast he can barely keep up.  Is this the right decision and has he gone about it correctly or has Kasen messed up for good?

Voncile Harper is Dr. Kasen’s office manager and she is very thorough at her job.  She takes taking care of Dr. Kasen and his business very seriously and she will not let anyone interfere with her business.  When Voncile decided that she wanted to do more than take care of Dr. Kasen she sets forth a plan and when that plan gets started, everyone in her way better beware!

The Doctor Is In is a very well written book by two excellent authors.  You always know that you are going to get a great read when you have two powerhouses collaborating. Weber and Hampton have distinct writing styles and you know they are going to give you a story that flows, the characters go well together and it will leave you with a solid feeling that the story is completed.  I look forward to reading more from these authors in the future.

The Doctor Is In is available in various formats everywhere books are sold, Kindle, paperback, hardback, Nook and audible editions.

  • File Size: 800 KB
  • Print Length: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Urban Books (September 27, 2016)
  • Publication Date: September 27, 2016
  • Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01LJKU4GO
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The Pastor’s Husband by Tiffany L. Warren

THE PASTOR'S HUSBANDNowadays everyone is looking for something to believe in whether it is spiritual or something tangible just as long as it is something to make everything alright.  What happens when that something that you are putting all your trust and faith in isn’t the real thing?  Do you continue to believe or do you rebel against everything?

Nye Hempstead and her husband Gregory have a very successful church.  Nye has a gift from God where she can see what he wants her to reveal to others, some may call her a prophet.  Gregory is her co-pastor and he is great in his own right but Nye’s gift has helped many people in her church.  When that gift fails to give some the desired result, how will that play out for her followers?  Will they continue to follow Nye?  Will this affect the church?  Will this affect her ministry that she and her husband had made plans for?  Is this something that she can bounce back from or will she and her church suffer?

The Pastor’s Husband is a book about standing by your spouse through the good and the bad.  How we deal with people when we know that they are true and genuine until we discover that they aren’t.  Warren writes this novel so that you know and understand everyone’s viewpoint and feel like you are watching this on the screen.  The characters compliment each other and the story is smooth flowing.  I enjoyed reading this novel and I look forward to reading more from this author.

The Pastor’s Husband is available in various markets including Kindle, paperback, hardback, audible and Nook.

  • File Size: 1187 KB
  • Print Length: 337 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1617732044
  • Publisher: Dafina (February 23, 2016)
  • Publication Date: February 23, 2016
  • Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00Y6RB46C
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Like A Closed Fist by E.H. Nolan

LIKE A CLOSED FISTBeing alone and being lonely are two very different things.  When people are trying to figure out which is which then the lines become blurred and that is when the trouble begins.  Which is worse, being alone or being lonely?  For some there is no difference.

Phoebe Pliesze is a beautiful young girl who has the world at her fingertips but she just doesn’t see it.  Phoebe is family orientated but when her mother passed away the family seemed to part instead of getting stronger.  Kennedy Wilson was the one person who Phoebe thought would sweep her off her feet and take her away from everything.  The problem is when you are banking on someone else and not yourself, that is when you run into issues that you can not fix.  What do you do to make sure that your happiness comes first?  Do you take matters into your own hands or leave it to chance?

Like A Closed Fist is a book about life decisions.  When you are looking at your life and making knee jerk decisions you have to suffer some consequences.  The main character is based on some people that we may know in life and she may drive you crazy but just like in life you stay right by their side watching the train wreck.  Phoebe’s character is not a complex person but she is intense.  This is a borderline romance novel that you will have to pay close attention to or else you will get lost.  Nolan will make you work for this one.

Like A Closed Fist is available to purchase on Amazon.com (Both Kindle and paperback) and BN.com (Paperback only).

  • File Size: 1027 KB
  • Print Length: 396 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1539093271
  • Publication Date: December 5, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01M9CG4KY
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  • Lending: Enabled
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