New York Times best-selling author Kimberla Lawson Roby dishes out the juiciest of tales. Be Careful What You Pray For - the sequel to her popular The Best of Everything - is another delicious page-turner. Alicia Black’s first marriage didn’t work out, but she’s still praying for a prince. And so enters the magnetic Pastor JT Valentine. Has Alicia finally found the man of her dreams - or has love blinded her once again?
©2010 Kimberla Lawson Roby (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
This author proves once again that she can write and tell a story! This book is a very good read, and anyone following the Curtis Black family will marvel at his redemption in the faith community, and how his daughter Alisha marries someone just like her father! Overall, an enjoyable read. At times, I found it hard to put this book down!. Definitely worth the read!
I have enjoyed the Rev. Black books for years and this one put his daughter in the same footsteps we have seen him make. This time her morales are laxed and her new husband is the pain.
this book was awesome. kept me thinking whats next. I would reccomend this, with no hesitation.
HOW THE WIFE TOLD HER STORY
this a great book. Gives you insight on knowing what a prayer should be,help you understand that all glirter is not gold. The person you are need to always put God first. Love repect what you have. Be real with youself gods love is so real. Realy Realy look at the person you want to marry.
This book is true to life and many can place themselves in between the pages. So, Be Caareful What You Pray For. I will listen again for this is a keeper!
I used to think the Rev. Curtis Black storyline was interesting and had more to offer with each secondary character the authored introduced ... but it's too much to see his son-in-law (Rev. Valentine) doing the same thing.
I've had enough of the trifling preachers and the trampy women who throw themselves at them in this series. I'm tired of them stealing money from the church and flaunting their wealth. Their inner struggle becomes laughable. How many times can you keep saying you want to do "right," but keep doing wrong? We don't believe you anymore. And the showdowns in the sanctuary are played out. How is it that every book in this series has a climactic scene in the church?
I'm glad I know the Lord for myself, because stories like these with only one or two virtuous characters might make me question if there are any Christians in the church at all. Please let ALL the characters in the Rev. Curtis Black series go. They've served their purpose. The author is far too talented of a storyteller to keep getting stuck in this mees. Please move on!
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