Helen wasn't just born the devious vixen of New Day Temple of Faith. There had to be something rooted deep within her to make her inflict and feed off other people's pain. Perhaps it was her own pain that she had suppressed for so many years - an unimaginable pain - that created an internal prison of which her mind was the only captive. But once the demons within her break free, those around her better beware, as Helen surely becomes the epitome of the saying, "Hurt people, hurt people". In I Ain't Me No More, Helen has no shame displaying that she hasn't been saved all her life. Will the divas of New Day Temple of Faith think Helen's worth saving? But more importantly, can God save Helen from not only her evil past; can He save her from herself?
©2013 E. N. Joy (P)2014 Recorded Books
The delivery, I was not expecting this one to be delivered in the way it was. I was surprised by the end but so happy for the delivery, because Helen got on my NERVES
Helen's growth and revenge...(sorry but I did like it Dub)
The reflection in her voice just at the right times.
I finished this book 3/2014, however Its tough for me to review this one because sometimes we as reviewers give too much away and this listen was very emotional. I had to stop listening many times and get my emotions in check. so what I will say it this. Ms. Joy did the thing with this title. You can tell even though she had demons, she tried, but sins of the past sometimes meet us at the front door.
Remember that person who just seemed hateful for no reason? Or the guy who would beat you for no reason, understanding Helen's story teaches the readers that HURT people HURT people, but discovering the truth about God's grace and mercy is something Helen will bump right into. But is Helen ready?
It kept me listening wanting to know more about what Dub next move will be.
The way Helen flipped the script on Dub when he was making all those deadly threats to her and her family while he was in jail and she finally stood up to his crazy behind. With the help of her grandma and auntie.
Yes Diana Luke performances was good, and she is a great narrator.
I didn't have a extreme reaction but I did laugh and cry a little.
Probably not. The story was good, but the writing was not.
It was perfect for the storyline.
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