Friday, December 14, 2012

1st Day of Christmas - Angel Guerrero III

On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me . . . Angel Guerrero III. Angel is a professional speaker, entrepreneur and the president and CEO of AS Web Pros, an Internet Marketing, SEO, E-Commerce and Content Management Website Design firm located in Greensboro, North Carolina. A New York native, Mr. Guerrero holds a Masters in Chemistry and is a certified health and fitness coach. He serves on the advisory board of the Salvation Army and the Boys and Girls Club of Greensboro. Angel’s many other hats include Leadership Team of Men of Vision and Excellence, Children’s Leader for Bible Study Fellowship International, Sunday School teacher at Lawndale Baptist Church, Change Agent graduate of IMPACT GREENSBORO’s Leadership Program, Career Toastmaster and a host of other titles. Angel resides in Greensboro, North Carolina with his beautiful wife and their three children. Please click here to listen to this podcast on iTunes, or click here to listen to the podcast in your Internet browser.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

BLOG TOUR: Escape From a Nightmare w/Stephanie Acon

About the Book

Have you ever experienced a premonition that you just couldn't shake? A foreboding dream or sign that you deeply wanted to ignore but...your spirit just wouldn't release it? Well meet Gabriana Hilson...  

Gabriana is a dreamer in more than one way. She has daydreams of living the good life on her terms, and without compromise. But then, there are the “other” dreams. The very strange and disturbing omens that come while sleeping. They whisper the conflict of everything, and arrange messages that Gabriana doesn't want to hear...or see. Especially the ones about her boyfriend. She wants them to just go away. But they won't. The visions only multiply, and are rapidly distorting her reality, threatening and interrupting the life that she wants so badly to exist. That's a problem.

To Gabriana, Scholar is the king of kings. She is willing to sacrifice it all for him, including family, friends, God, and her sanity. She believes that Scholar is a beautiful dream come-true...but is he really? After signing a record deal as a rapper, Scholar brings Gabriana along for the roller coaster ride of her life. He knows how much she loves him so when the drama begins, he uses his manipulative tactics to hold her in place. He is the ruler of their world, and everything is running the way he has always planned until things go horribly wrong. Suddenly, a well-planned dream quickly turns into the nightmare of all nightmares. Both Scholar and Gabriana learn the hard way to expect the unexpected - for he comes out of the blue. Or does he? He is extremely calculating...and his name is Khali Simone. After meeting him... Gabriana has no idea of the door she opens. Will she discover the truth behind her peculiar premonitions, and make a meditative escape?...Or will Gabriana continue to run until she falls?

About the Author
Stephanie Acon has been writing edgy fiction tales and poetry since the age of ten years old. However, it wasn't until the age of 21, when she found Hip-Hop, (or Hip-Hop found her) that subsequently she became known to the underground Hip-Hop world as NinaRaw. For ten years consistent, she rocked with force, and played a vital part on the side of Systematic Muzick Inc. ('The OESC' and 'The Murc Unit'). In the mist of performing, writing, rhyming, recording, selling and shopping mixtapes...amongst the community, somewhere, NinaRaw became hailed and dubbed as the "queen". And not by way of cliché props, but strictly because those saying the title "queen" meant it when they said it, and said it when they felt it necessary. 'ESCAPE FROM A NIGHTMARE' is her first urban fiction novel. Her inspirations have been drawn from the many experiences she has endured, observed, and inhabited in the streets of St. Louis.

Tall houses surrounded the large pond. There was a great distance between them, but somehow, they all appeared together. He watched her through the upstairs window. Her hair was thick and curly, but the strands were disarrayed. The dress she wore was a dingy white. She sat before the pond with bare feet curled at her side. She intrigued him.

Slowly, he approached her from behind. The cold air caused the pond to release a steamy mist that blended with the surrounding fog. He wanted to touch her, but he did not want to frighten her. So he stood. Then, he looked up to the dimly lit sky. The sun peeked through one great hole amongst the clouds. It appeared a million light years away.

He then lowered his head to look at her. She stretched out her legs before the pond and was about to place her bare feet into the freezing water. “Stop!” he shouted.

He thought she would turn completely around, but she didn’t. She only slightly turned, exposing the side of her chocolate-brown face. He noticed the dimple as she smirked. With her legs still outstretched, she dipped part of her feet into the water.

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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

BLOG TOUR: Holy Mayhem w/ Pat G'Orge-Walker

About the Author
Pat G’Orge-Walker is in a league of her own. This accomplished Christian author and comedienne has an amazing mind and talent for turning her observations of church life into gems of sidesplitting humor. It is her own special gift from God that enables her to depict the often ridiculous antics of church folk without subverting the Good News or watering down the potency of its message. 

Pat’s comedic gifts range from a southern folk humor laden with parables to an intelligent wit that appeals to a wide-variety of audiences. Her gift as a storyteller has attracted a diverse and loyal fan base. Moreover, she is a captivating speaker who is as every bit as poignant as she is funny.

Pat G’Orge-Walker has paid a high price for the ever-present smile on her face. This Mt. Vernon, New York PK (preacher’s kid) has survived a raging house fire; a violent assault; a car crash that mangled her body and a viral infection that left her temporarily blinded. Through it all, Pat quietly soaked in material from her father’s Baptist congregation and her mother’s Pentecostal assembly to create the stories that keep readers and audiences howling with laughter.
The First Lady of Gospel Comedy is a national and Essence Best Seller, multi-award winner forged a successful career, as author and comedian; and has paved the way for many in both fields. Pat’s storytelling has been likened to Zora Neale Hurston’s folklore—a documentation of American culture and church life in literature. 

About the Book

They'd been laid off, they're broke, and their faith is really being tried. But dedicated Mount Kneel Down Church members Patience Kash and Joy Karry figure now is the perfect time to pursue their other true calling--becoming private detectives. And if that means putting up with their thug-wannabe cousin Porky's delusions while hilariously interfering with their famous detective godson Percy's investigations, it's still a heaven-sent opportunity to hear all the town dirt and find customers...

When a thief steals the prized family Bible right out from under Porky's nose and church funds are missing on Patience's watch, these sisters-in-God find themselves sleuthing out the strangest family and church secrets--and up against someone more than ready to send them to their heavenly reward. Now, they'll need their most inspired hunches, their not-real-fierce dog Felony, and their license-to-missionary to uncover the truth and crack this holy case...

They don't have a clue but they've got plenty of faith!!!

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Two copies of Holy Mayhem by Pat G'Orge-Walker will be given away at the end of this virtual book tour. To qualify for the contest, in the comments below answer one of the following questions:

1) What is your favorite book by Pat G'Orge-Walker and why?

2) Which one of Pat G'Orge-Walker's characters do you like the best and why?

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

REVIEW: The Bridge by Karen Kingsbury

Date:                     10/25/12
Title:                      The Bridge
Author:                  Karen Kingsbury
ISBN 13:              978-1-4516-4701-3
Pages:                   232
Publisher:              Howard Books/Simon & Schuster
Cover:                  Hardcover
Rating:                  3

I vaguely remember reading a Karen Kingsbury holiday classic years ago and it seems similar to this title. The Bridge is about Molly Allen and Ryan Kelly, and Charlie and Donna Barton.
Ryan and Molly meet at a bookstore named the Bridge. Molly and Ryan are taken back by each other, but two things keep them from letting their true feelings known—Molly’s family has already pre-arranged her marriage and Ryan has a girlfriend back home.
Charlie and Donna Barton open the Bridge after Charlie’s father tells him he will be a failure and after Donna loses their only hope for a child. The Bridge is destroyed by a freak weather incident and Ryan and Donna have very little hope to re-open the famous bookstore, and after Charlie is involved in a near fatal accident. All hope seems to have diminished, until Ryan and Molly reconnect.
Karen Kingsbury has written dozens of books and has had ten #1 bestsellers, so she must be doing something right. I believe an author of her stature is entitled to a failed title every now and then. And even though I won’t say this book is a complete fail, it just didn’t float my book. If you’re looking for a short read and something to give you a little hope, this may be your book. This was a review book, and I am glad that I didn’t pay the $19.99 list price for the hardback, let alone $9.99 list price for the e-book.
FTC Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from Howard Books, for my honest review. The opinions expressed here are my own.

Sunday, October 28, 2012

REVIEW: The Ghost of Christmas Present by Abbott & Swinton

Date:                  10/24/12
Title:                   The Ghost of Christmas Present
Author:               Scott Abbott and Amy Maude Swinton
ISBN 13:           978-1-4516-6039-5
Pages:                226
Publisher:           Howard Books/Simon & Schuster
Cover:               Hardcover
Rating:               3

This book was, in my opinion, a partial ode to Shakespeare, of whom I’m not the biggest fan. However, what I took away from this book was that the human spirit cannot be broken.

Patrick Guthrie is left to take care of his ailing son, Braden, alone. Braden has an enlarged heart and is in need of a delicate procedure. Bad luck, trials and test are thrown at Patrick from every angle. Not only is he put in a position to be there for his little boy, and “hope” him through the procedure, Patrick has been laid off from his job and eventually he is threatened with losing his son because the courts have concluded that Patrick is no longer able to take care of his son financially.

Unable to bear much more, Patrick contemplates suicide until he realizes that he would leave his son alone. Patrick then is hired and fired from another job that leaves him panhandling on the streets in an effort to keep and take care of his son.

This story shows that no matter how much is put on a person, they have the ability to overcome many obstacles with faith, love and determination.

FTC Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from Howard Books, for my honest review. The opinions expressed here are my own.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

REVIEW: You Have It In You by Sheryl Brady

Date:                  10/12/12
Title:                   You Have It In You! Empowered to Do the Impossible
Author:               Sheryl Brady
ISBN 13:            978-1-456-7410-1
Pages:                 232
Publisher:            Howard Books/Simon & Schuster
Cover:                Hardcover
Rating:                4 Stars

                In You Have It In You! Empowered to Do the Impossible, author Sheryl Brady, gives personal details of her journey around the country only to end up where she started. Pastor Grady is a pastor of the world renowned Potters House in Dallas, Texas, founded by Bishop T.D. Jakes.
                Guided merely by faith, Sheryl was no stranger to moving from church to church, and from city to city. Her journey, which initially took her from the Potter’s House in Dallas, all the way to North Carolina and back to Dallas.
                My overall take away from this book was that if you allow your faith in God to guide you, He will always take care of you—no matter where he takes you. Sheryl Brady uses many biblical references to characters who showed tremendous amounts of faith, from Rahab to Joseph, to Ruth. In addition to blind faith, one must be obedient to the word of God and the author gives plenty of examples of this.
                This is certainly one of those inspirational titles that I will add to my personal library and refer to it throughout my journey.

FTC Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from Howard Books, for my honest review. The opinions expressed here are my own.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

BLOG TOUR: Losing Hope Virtual Book Tour

About the Author
Leslie J. Sherrod is a wife, mom, writer, and a therapist in Baltimore, Maryland, where she lives with her husband and three children. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Maryland at College Park with a B.S. in Family Studies. She also studied writing at Johns Hopkins University before completing her Masters in Clinical Social Work at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, where she specialized in Child, Adolescent, and Family Health.

Leslie is the author of three novels, Losing Hope (coming September 2012); Secret Place (Urban Christian, 2011); and Like Sheep Gone Astray (Grand Central Publishing, 2006), which earned a Starred Review from Booklist and was featured on AOL’s Black Voices. She is also a contributor to a couple of women’s devotionals in the bestselling A Cup of Comfort series (Adams Media). A short story, “The Jericho Band,” is available on Kindle.

Through suspenseful and thought-provoking stories, Leslie offers readers hope and encouragement to live out their God-given dreams and purposes. One of her favorite Bible verses is Ephesians 3:20, which states that “[God] is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us.” It is this message she carries to book signings, bookstores, workshops, and church events both in her neighborhood and across the nation.

About the Book

From the acclaimed author of Like Sheep Gone Astray and Secret Place comes a riveting new series with twists and turns to the end.

Social worker Sienna St. James is a woman with a complicated past and a confusing Tuesday morning.
In one single day, every advance Sienna has made in getting over her long lost globe-trotting husband unravels in unexplainable fashion. From a mysterious package that hails from another continent to a new teen client who claims to have a missing sister, Sienna finds herself in the middle of a city-wide scandal, all while sorting out the painful details of her personal life. At the center are two suspicious foster parents, a mega-church ministry leader, and Sienna’s own fragile emotions over a man who changed the direction of her life. It’s a race against time as Sienna seeks closure from a love she never understood and answers about whether a little girl named Hope ever existed. And if she did, where is she now?

In this first installment of the suspenseful Sienna St. James Series, finding hope in the midst of questions and chaos becomes essential when life takes an unexpected turn.

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Date:                10/10/12
Title:                 Losing Hope  
Author:             Leslie Sherrod  
ISBN 13:           978-1-60162-729-2
Pages:             400      
Publisher:         Urban Christian
Cover:              Paperback        
Rating:              4 Stars

This is my first Leslie Sherrod novel and I have to say that I enjoyed it. I was taken aback in the beginning because the book could have easily read as a paranormal or sci-fi book. Little Dayonna Diamond’s demeanor sure had me on the edge of my seat. However, as I read on, thing became clearer to me.

Sienna St. James is a social worker and is struggling with how to feel about the death of her son’s father. In addition, she’s just been assigned a case that is closer to her heart than she ever realized. One of the children she is assigned to is Dayonna Diamond and she is challenged to find the child’s supposed sister, Hope. The chase takes Sienna on a whirlwind of emotions and intrigue that ends up in a place where she never thought she’d be.

Losing Hope is the first installment of the Sienna St. James Series. I usually don’t like coming into a series half way through or the second or third book and I’m so glad I caught his one first. I look forward to reading other books in this series

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BLOG TOUR: If I Were Your Woman Virtual Tour with LaConnie Taylor-Jones

About the Author
Award-winning author, LaConnie Taylor-Jones, a native Memphian, is a health educator consultant and holds advanced degrees in community public health and business administration.  The mother of four and resides with her family in Northern California.
For over twenty-five years, Ms. Taylor-Jones has been an avid romance reader. In the summer of 2003 a challenge from her husband made her seize the opportunity to blend her enthusiasm for teaching health, social responsibility and social justice with her love for reading the genre. Her experience as a health educator sparked a multitude of storylines and her romance, which she defines as the spirit of adventure, played a pivotal part in her road to publication. In a little over four years, she’s authored three full-length novels. In 2008, Ms. Taylor-Jones was the recipient of the 2008 Romance Slam Jam Emma Award for Debut Author of the Year for When I’m With You.
Ms. Taylor-Jones is an active member of the Contra Costa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the African American Community Health Advisory Committee and the Black Women Organized for Political Action.

About the Book
Tinsel Town is about to learn a few lessons from a Southern doctor with the courage to win the heart of a man who swore no woman ever would. If it doesn’t have a scientific basis, Dr. Laney Olivia Houston doesn’t believe in it —and that includes love at first sight. But she meets Raphael Baptiste. One encounter is all it takes; and she realizes her life is changed forever. Jazz musician, Raphael Baptiste is no stranger to women or their beds. When an illness strikes, his life is thrown into turmoil. But the quiet Southern belle sees beyond his past and bitterness. She sees a man who could love. . .

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October 16 – Literary Wonders
October 17 – SORMAG
October 18 – Readin & Writin with Patricia
October 19 – APOOO

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Date:                10/10/12
Title:                 If I Were Your Woman   
Author:             LaConnie Taylor-Jones 
ISBN 13:           978-0985576103
Pages:              172      
Publisher:         4 C’s Publishing           
Cover:              Paperback        
Rating:             3 Stars

Ralphael Baptiste, a music mogul, is a ladies’ man, and being so, he knew he could have any woman of his choosing, with the exception of Laney Houston. There was something about this wealthy doctor that has caused him to choose a vow of celibacy, and render him speechless every time she crosses his mind.

Laney Houston is a wealthy scientist and has a passion for healing. Being of mixed ancestry, not many approve of her status and are determined to put her in her place. Dr. Houston has a thing for Raphael, aka, Ray but she is keeping that secret to herself. She knows about his past and refuses to be another one of his conquests.

Ray and Laney find themselves in the middle of the action when Ray is diagnosed with a life threatening disease. There are people who want Ray out of the way and then there are those who want Laney out of the way. The two join together to fight their enemies and prove that love is much more than physical pleasure.

This was my first LaConnie Taylor-Jones read and I did enjoy it. The book is approximately 172 pages and I feel that there was more space and time to develop some of the scenes and relationships in the story.

I look forward to reading more from this author. 

Having Fun with LaConnie

1.Would you rather find true love or be filthy rich? Uuh, could I have a little of both - LOL!!  No seriously, love is something money can never buy.  It's priceless.

2.      Would you rather sing in the rain or dance in the streets?  Since I can't carry a tune if my life depended on it, I'd double down on dancing in the streets.

3.      Complete this sentence - If you were stranded on an island… I'd consider it a blessing from the duties of parenting three teenagers who think they know everything, but don’t know jack!

4.      Out of all your college experiences, what was the most fun? Staying up all night paying Bid Whist!

5.      If I came to your home and looked in your refrigerator, what would I find? Considering I have three teenagers at home, you'll always find pizza and sodas.

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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

BLOG TOUR: The Madman Theory w/Harvey Simon

About the Author

Harvey Simon is a freelance writer living in Washington, DC. His articles have appeared in The Los Angeles TimesThe Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, the History News Network and elsewhere.

Before moving to Washington, he was a national security analyst at Harvard University, where he also wrote about other public policy issues.

The Madman Theory (Sept. 18, 2012, Rosemoor Press) is Simon’s debut novel. Its release coincides with the 50th anniversary of the most dangerous event in U.S. history – the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Simon received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University and has an M.A. in philosophy from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

About the Book
THE MADMAN THEORY is an alternate history novel about the Cuban Missile Crisis. On September 17, Rosemoor Press will publish this fresh take on the crisis by Harvey Simon to coincide with the 50th anniversary the following month of the most dangerous week the world has ever known.

In this retelling, Sen. John F. Kennedy loses the 1960 presidential election to his young opponent, Vice President Richard M. Nixon.  Two years later the Soviets are caught building a secret nuclear missile base in Cuba and President Nixon faces the same decision Kennedy confronted – whether to bomb the launching sites and invade the island.

As the confrontation between the US and its nuclear foe spirals out of control, Pat Nixon struggles to reconcile her strong sense of a wife’s proper role with her marriage to a man who abuses her and has thrust her into a public life she despises and the two confront their longstanding grievances.

Q & A w/Harvey
What exactly is the madman theory that gives the book its title, and what inspired you to make it into a full-length novel?

I wrote The Madman Theory because I was interested in exploring what would have happened during the Cuban Missile Crisis, had Kennedy lost the ’60 election.  Richard Nixon would have been president and would have had the chance to employ his actual philosophy about foreign policy, which he really did call his madman theory.  He believed that if he could convince Soviet leaders he was a madman – that he was unstable enough to unleash nuclear war–that there’d be no war.  The other side would be so traumatized they’d back down from any aggressive action that could threaten the U.S.  I wrote the novel to explore how that might have played out.

How much of your book is based on fact?

The Madman Theory is based in fact, as much as any novel can be.  Everything in the novel after the 1960 election is, of course, straight out of my imagination.  But in imagining what would have happened had Kennedy been defeated, I relied completely on the historical record.  I tried to imagine this period as it really would have been, had Nixon been elected.  The details are accurate right down to the look of Air Force One – a plain silver fuselage–and the color of the presidential limousine–black, not Kennedy’s dark blue.

What about the characters? Are they real or imagined?

I did not invent any major characters for The Madman Theory.  The people around Nixon could very plausibly have made up a 1960 Nixon administration.

Is there really a place like Mount Weather?

Mount Weather is quite real.  It is believed to be the “secure, undisclosed location” Vice President Dick Cheney was taken to after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.  It was built during the Eisenhower administration as an alternative White House in case of nuclear war.  The Madman Theory's descriptions of the shelter rely on the limited reporting done about the facility and a visit to the underground alternative Congress, built about the same time under a resort in West Virginia.  But there is much that is still unknown about Mount Weather and I had to extrapolate from what I knew to describe some of the shelter’s further recesses.

Does your novel have any relevance to the presidential election?

One inherent message in The Madman Theory is that presidential elections have huge consequences for our lives in ways we can’t fully imagine. With the November elections approaching, the book underscores the importance of everyone’s vote and the critical need to carefully evaluate each candidate’s views on foreign policy.

Are you suggesting who people should vote for this year through the book?

The 1960 presidential contest was between a candidate with no foreign policy experience–Sen. Kennedy–and Vice President Nixon, who had met more foreign leaders and had traveled the world more than any other vice president.  Yet Kennedy saw us safely through the Cuban Missile Crisis.  Does that mean you should vote for the least experienced candidate?  Of course not.  So The Madman Theory won’t help you decide how to vote in November.  But it will impress upon you the importance of your choice.

Do you see any parallels between the Cuban Missile Crisis and current events? What about Iran?

The decision about whether the U.S. or Israel should bomb Iran’s nuclear facilities has parallels in the Cuban Missile Crisis, which is at the heart of The Madman Theory.  We are all trying to imagine the possible consequences of a strike against Iran, just as President Nixon, in my novel, tries to think through the ramifications of possibly destroying Soviet missiles in Cuba.

Is it really plausible to base your novel on Kennedy losing the 1960 election?

The 1960 presidential election was the closest in American history, up to that point.  A number of states tipped to Kennedy by razor-thin margins.  It wouldn’t have taken much at all to tip that balance the other way.  In The Madman Theory the balance shifts when President Eisenhower disregards Vice President Nixon’s seemingly inexplicable recommendation that the president refrain from campaigning vigorously on his behalf.

If Nixon had been elected instead of Kennedy, isn't it possible the Cuban Missile Crisis might never have happened?

This is a real thicket.  In reality, Kennedy botched the Bay of Pigs invasion, a 1961 attempt to overthrow Castro.  If Nixon had been elected, instead of Kennedy, maybe the invasion would have succeeded.  Then the Cuban Missile Crisis would not have happened.  But in The Madman Theory, the ’61 invasion is not the disaster it was for Kennedy, but doesn’t succeed in overthrowing Castro either.  To add another wrinkle, some argue the Missile Crisis came about because the Soviet Union perceived Kennedy as weak.  With Nixon in the Oval Office, things would have been different, they claim.  But I believe this argument ignores Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev’s primary motivations for building a secret nuclear missile base in Cuba.

We never hear about the Bay of Pigs in your novel. But you refer to something similar at a place called Trinidad. What's that all about?

President Kennedy changed the landing site that the CIA proposed for the 1961 Cuba invasion from Trinidad to the Bay of Pigs.  This was one of many changes he approved to make it less likely the invasion by CIA-trained Cuban exiles would be traced back to the U.S.  In The Madman Theory, President Nixon approves the original Trinidad landing site.  So instead of the Bay of Pigs invasion, the novel refers to the Trinidad invasion.

Do you plan to write more books? If so, can we get a sneak peek into your next novel?

I have a few ideas for another alternate history novel, which I’m not yet ready to disclose.   I’m also toying with the idea of writing short stories based on current events.  But that’s all I can say for now.

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BLOG TOUR: Flawless w/ Shana Burton

About the Book
The ladies of Mount Zion Ministries are back, and “Flaw Less” picks up where all of the drama of “Flaws and All” left off! While the bonds of their friendship couldn’t be tighter, life around the ladies is slowly unraveling.
Newlywed Lawson Kerry Banks has the man she loves, Garrett, and the man she has a love-child with, Mark. When a new woman enters Mark’s life, Lawson’s jealousy not only threatens her walk with God but may cost her marriage as well. First Lady Sullivan Webb has struggled to get her life and her marriage back on track after her affair is exposed on the Internet. Doing the right thing proves to be harder than Sullivan expected when she finds herself led into temptation once again. Kina Battle thought her troubles were over once her abusive husband was dead and buried, but her troubles take on a new face when she finds herself drawn to the last person she ever thought she’d be attracted to. After years of heartbreak and disappointment, Angel King has finally met the man of her dreams. Unfortunately, she is engaged to someone else. When an injured soldier enters her life, Angel can’t help giving him all her attention and medical expertise, but will h e capture her heart too?
The ladies have all overcome their share of obstacles, but nothing like the challenges facing them now. Friendship, love, and laughs won’t be enough this time. Only God can save them now.

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Shana Johnson Burton is a two-time Georgia of the Author of the Year nominee and is the author of Suddenly Single, First Comes Love, Flaws and All, Catt Chasin’, and Flaw Less. She lives in Georgia with her two sons. When she is not writing, she enjoys reading, dancing, and traveling. She is currently working on the third book in the “Flaws” series, Flawfully Wedded Wives.
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