Theresa Hopson is the successful owner of one of the hottest new stores in Durham, North Carolina: Miss Thang's Holy Ghost Corner and Church Women's Boutique. But success isn't enough without someone to share it with. Theresa needs a God-fearing, intelligent, hard-working, and loving man. Unfortunately, the pickings are slim.
Reverend Parvell Sykes is the assistant pastor at Theresa's church, but behind his public persona, he's greedy and conniving. The only other single, successful man in town is attractive Lamont Green, who hasn't seen the inside of a church in years. But God works in mysterious ways, and Theresa must trust Him in order to find true happiness.
Essence number-one best-selling author Michele Andrea Bowen pens saucy African-American stories with Christian themes.
©2006 Michele Andrea Bowen; (P)2006 Recorded Books LLC
I listen to alot of audio books and this story is almost unbareable to even hear even on low volume. The character names in this story are so GHETTO, too ridiculous to even remember. And the plot and story line is really bad. I wasted so much time listening to this story that I could have gotten a root canal which I would have enjoyed better.
I really like the narrator I have heard her on other novels and I like how she express the characters.
I like the battle between Lamont and Jethro for the housing bid. The romance between Theresa and Lamont could have been done better.
I did inspire me not to judge people on their outside appearance Ms. Babydoll's character was done very well.
I have read others books by this author this is not her best work. I couldn't finish it. The story line is boring and very difficult to keeep up with. The characters are dry.
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