Carl Weber is the New York Times best-selling author of such fan favorites as So You Call Yourself a Man.
©2007 Carl Weber; (P)2007 Recorded Books
"Weber keeps the pacing brisk and loads the narrative with enough surprise turns to keep readers guessing to the end." (Publishers Weekly)
The First Lady was an awesome listen. If you've read any of Weber's books, you know how dysfunctional (aka normal) everyone is and this book had it's share! It was hilarious!! The book had so much humor and drama I hated for it to end. If you're not familiar with Weber's books, give this one a try - you won't be disappointed!
The story was easy to listen to, but the plot of it was a little carried away to me... IF there is a man out there that is that HOLY... show me him! I found myself drifting off...
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.
I'm a Christian and I've been in church all my life, but I know how "holier than thou" church folks can be. Kudos to the author for portraying REAL people with REAL issues trying to serve God. The audio production was outstanding! The ensemble cast brought this story to life and it was a joy to listen to each character. Very well done by all. I recommend it highly!
The narrator for Monique was a bit annoying with her lip smacking. Definitely didn't like Lisa Mae. Overall it was a good ending. However he could've given us more on Savannah....her character was very limited and hopefully we will learn more in the next book!
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