The Black household is swiftly deteriorating. Frustrated and angry at her prosperous preacher husband's obvious infidelities, Tanya cannot believe the man she once loved has been replaced by this pathological liar obsessed with material wealth. But Tanya loves their daughter, Alicia, and is reluctant to divorce Curtis - until a videotape surfaces that allows Tanya and Alicia a new chance at happiness.
©2000 Kimberla Lawson Roby; (P)2001 Recorded Books
Fort Worth, texas native and I love to READ!!!!
I read this book years ago, and listening to it now it was as interesting as ever! I am always looking forward to releases from the Curtis Black series! 💙
In my opinion this book was soporific, an excellent choice if you want to fall asleep while listening. The story is fraught with trite, trivial colloquialisms and stale cliches, so very predictable and banal. I felt like I was abusing myself by listening to this story. Usually I'll listen and relisten to chapters if the novel holds my interest. CTFS was a lumbering snooze I had to force myself to finish.
I probably wouldn't listen to it again. This doesn't mean I didn't enjoy it the first round, because I did. I just wouldn't listen again.
One of the most enjoyable moments was when the deacon confronted the pastor and his mistress at church. It made me cringe, but it was pretty funny.
Can't wait to see what Tonya & Alicia is up to as well. Overall satisfied with this author and how she tells s story. I wish they were longer ofcourse because I don't want to stop reading!
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