Drama ensues when the chaos of the world enters the doors of First Nazareth AME Church.
Tressie faithfully prays every night that God will send her a thug. It isn't long before her prayers are answered, and she meets a handsome ex-convict named Payce Boyd. He is a fine roughneck, everything Tressie imagined and more - that is until Tressie experiences firsthand the reality of being a thug's girl. Seeking solace and comfort in the sanctuary, Tressie soon learns valuable lessons and shocking truths about herself and others.
Val and Julian's love for one another has grown so strong over the years that the time has come for them to take the next step. Val is sure that this time nothing will come between them, until a secret from Julian's past comes back to haunt her and forces her heart to open up to another. Dean is saved, thoughtful, and understanding to Olivia's need to remain celibate until she's married. Finally Dean pops the question, and Olivia wonders why the sudden rush to get married. When the wedding day comes, will the marriage be consummated?
Danyelle has plans that don't include a man - until one enters her life and shows her what it means to be in love. Share in the journey of love, lust, self-doubt, and Drama in the Church.
©2015 Dynah Zale (P)2015 Recorded Books
I chose this book because it was 18 hours and the narrator is one I have come to enjoy (great buy). This is a new author for me, but I will say she did the dang thang. Although, I was looking to get away from the urban urban urban fiction (money, sex and drugs), the way this book flowed was a lighter version.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me wanted to know more. The one enormous twist was waaAy far fetched but a great way to tie the book together. The story made me wonder if some of the issues were true, like the exclusive clubs and how they incorporate others. It was chock full of juice.
The villain was a true villain (nasty expletive, lol), I wanted that character to get it so0 incredibly bad. So the outcomes didn’t happen as expected, but that is real life, as well.
I recommend, it was a really good read – looking for my next adventure.
this is my first book from this author but I was very pleased I laughed I cried and I was even angry at times this was a great listen and the narration was awesome
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I think that Dynah could have tightened up the writing in this book because she literally introduces several new characters in the book and they just show up with no warning. She has good writing skills but it seems as if she took a wrong turn in this book and never got back on track. The book just drags on and on. And also, she is trying to build a storyline around four main characters. She really could have almost made this into four books and used each character in their own book. They could have still been supporting characters for each other.
There were missing pieces to the story. One minute a little kid was a baby and the next thing you know you've missed a big chunk of their childhood. In some instances there were issues that came up in the book and you never got any closure to the story. And then a new set of folks showed up in the storyline. Well, why not tell me what happened to the other characters instead of bringing in new ones. There was most definitely a disconnect. It's almost as if she had a lot of good experiences she wanted to share but then did not know how to organize them and polish the story.
This book had way to many characters to only have one narrator especially since she had four main ladies. To make this book more lively it would have been good to have Marc Damon Johnson and Kevin Free as the male narrators and Patricia R. Floyd and Karen Pittman as the female narrators.
Dean and his grand father
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