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Family, love, and loyalty
The most memorable moment was when Shakita's mother told her the truth about why she was not in her life.
Yes. They seem the same to me. They are great narrators.
When Indigo Tried to commit suicide when she found out that Trent was lying and using her.
Prince because he was such a good guy.
I guess all of the characters because none of them had names.
I loved how Skeeter was brave enough to tell the women's story without thinking about the consequences due to her actions.
I loved it when Hilly ate the pie and was embarrased about it. She got exactly what she deserved.
Yes I love every book Patricia Floyd has narrated. She brings life to her characters.
Mini was the most memorable character to me because she was so brave and she was a very exciting character.
I love the book better than the movie because it was a lot more descriptived than the movie. It was more entertaining.
The most memorable moment to me is when Nicky found out that Keith was really a woman.
The narrators bring real life drama.
The most memorable character to me was Keith because I was surprised to find out that he was really Karen instead of Keith. That was creepy.
I loved that even though Allen knew that Jonathon was not his son he still love and wanted to be a part of his life.
I liked that in the end Kyle and Will got back together with their wives.
My favorite scene was when the police confronted Rose at her house in front of everyone and arrested her for killin Allens mother.
I would take Allen out because he seems like a good man and he would make a great and honest husband.
The narrators made me feel like I was watching a movie.
Paris because she was so ruthless.
They bring real live action.
Yes I thought that LC really was going to shoot Paris and that scared me.
I think that it was crazy when Ruby left Orlando and sided with Benny Dash to protect him from the Duncan family and all of the other drug families and italian mafia that were after him.
Greed, betrayal, and psycos
This book reminds me of Kimberla Lawson Robey's reverend Curtis Black series because it has greed, betrayal, and some people with some twisted minds.
They bring the drama to life.
The church scandal
When bishop T. K. Wilson married Monique instead of Lisa May.
I liked that each character had its own personality and emotions.
Yes without a doubt.
This entire series was full of drama and static. I loved it.
Unbelievable, crazy, and surprising
I liked James because he stepped up to the plate and claimed his son and did right by him in taking care of him.
He brings personality to the character.
Alison because I was surprised to find out that she had paid someone to beat up her husband so that he would not leave her even though she knew that he was gay.
I was also surprised to find out that Brent was gay and that Sonny was crazy.
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