Essence best-selling author Victoria Christopher Murray populates her compelling faith-based novels with engaging characters. Sins of the Mother stars Jasmine Larson Bush, a young woman who thought she had finally outrun her scandalous former life. Now a loving wife and mother, her world is shattered when her four-year-old daughter is kidnapped. Are sins from her past finally catching up to her?
©2010 Victoria Christopher Murray (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
“Victoria is one of our best … an excellent storyteller.” (Eric Jerome Dickey, New York Times best-selling author)
I love this book and the entire Jasmine series I just wish that she would have numbered the books in order because I've been looking for this book because I read all the books out of order and I feel like I need to go back and start from the first book.. but now I don't remember which book was first
A better plot. This plot was awful. Absolutely boring and it dragged on and on for ten hours. :(
That her books are usually great! However, this one was awful.
All the extra thoughts and fluff before actually getting to the point. Literally nothing happens for hours. :(
The mother because she was so real
What's going on ENOUGH
This was a great book and needed at this time in the United States
It really brought reality to life.
Jasmine had face the fact that no matter how much she questioned or didn't believe in God, he was always in control and she had to always give all things to him in faith.
She brought so much more emotion and illusion to the story.
Yes, I had such an emotion that kept me have such a concern feeling physically and mentally
I get so excited sometimes about writing a review..good or bad...that why sometimes I misspell words..lol..
I kind of felt like there was something missing in the story line. Almost as if there was a previous book and this was the continuation. I wish there was more detail in Brian and Alex relationship. But other than that it was ok. Also I love Patricia Floyd! She did a great job as usual!
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