Award-winning authors Victoria Christopher Murray and ReShonda Tate Billingsley are both beloved for their strong female leads and juicy plotting. In Sinners & Saints, Murray and Billingsley join forces to tell a tale packed with drama, scandal, and redemption. Jasmine Bush and Rachel Adams both want their husbands to be elected president of the National Baptist Association, and they’re willing to use plenty of low-down tricks to win. But when another woman joins the fray, she proves more devious than either of them could imagine.
©2012 Victoria Christopher Murray and ReShonda Tate Billingsley (P)2012 Recorded Books, LLC
While the narrator did her best to enliven the characters, they were just too shallow and predictable . Gave up about 1/3 way through.
I made the mistake of reading Friends and Foe first so I was already familar with the characters and knew the results of the election . I was so excited to see what the two First Ladies were going to do next to each other . The cat fighting was halarious. Surprise by Cecilia King hands in Rachel and Jasmine antics.
It was so nice to listen to this story of rivals who become somewhat friends.
Jasmine's action after she found out Rachel let her daughter sleepover but didn't let anyone know.
Too many to pick one.
Jasmine and Rachel. Both are over the top.
Now this is one for the books...literally! This had some good laughs, just to give you an idea what they truely do in church. This book ain't never lied.
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