Five weeks after she's brutally attacked and beaten in her home, Arykah Miles-Howell returns to church determined to reclaim her title as the First Lady of Freedom Temple Church of God in Christ. Not fully recovered from the loss of her unborn child, Arykah deals with broken women who bombard her with problems of their own. With the help of her supporters, affectionately known as Team Arykah, and her loving husband Bishop Lance Howell, Arykah manages to overcome her personal struggles. She proves to the congregation that she is a force to be reckoned with when Bishop Lance's ex-girlfriend tries to take Arykah's place on the front pew.
Will Arykah keep her eye on the prize and stay covered and protected in the armor of God, or will she strip down to nothing but her flesh, boxing gloves, and stilettos and jump in the ring to battle?
©2015 Nikita Lynnette Nichols (P)2015 Recorded Books
I am an Audible Junkie!!!! lol I try to give reviews that are free of spoiler alerts. This is why I rarely go into the storyline.
The first book was amazing.... This one dragged. Assuming a 3 is coming?
I really enjoyed the 1st book so I had to listen to book 2 and I was not disappointed. I love all the characters and the realness of the first lady. Her friends all have her back which speaks to sisterhood which is missing. Narrator does a really good job bringing the right affect to the characters. This is a really fun listen. The only thing that irked me was the authors use of "and she laughed out loud" so often. If you write someone laughed it's already implied that it was out loud ;/
bravo I love lady Arykah
she is domjnating, opinionated but the biggest
heart. always there to help someone else
we want more of Lady Arykah Elect
I enjoyed Lady Elect 1 and 2. I would have given all 5 rating, however, I have one major concern about both books...Materialism. I felt that too much emphasis was placed on name brands (Christian Louboutin) and other material items. I am a successful woman of God so I can understand that money is not an object
to some people. However, the importance of material items was a bit of a let down for me. Otherwise, I really enjoyed both stories and I pray that the next Lady Elect book will not be so materialistic. Perhaps stressing the fact that material items and money have their place in the big scheme of things would be a different angle.
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