Felicia Caldwell has a great job, a healthy bank account, and stunning good looks. But she longs for a husband and family to go along with them. So when charismatic superstar pastor Nya Hempstead declares that partnership is on its way, Felicia is elated - until her life becomes filled with more curses than blessings.
Five years later, someone has to pay - and that someone is Nya. Soon Felicia moves to Dallas and joins the church led by Nya and her copastor husband, Gregory. In the eyes of the public, Nya and Gregory have the perfect life. But their marriage is feeling the strain of Nya's success. While she's hitting the talk show circuit and the best-seller list, Gregory is fading into the background. It's no surprise he enjoys the fawning attention of new church member Felicia. Little does he know her intentions are far from pure. And as she infiltrates the pastors' lives, it will take a team of prayer warriors and heavenly intervention to save their relationship - and their ministry. Along the way, will they remember the mission they started with?
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Audio books are growing. I have listened to books for months now, But I prefer my books in paperback/hardback format.
At first I'm like Greg should do it to Nya. But after awhile Felicia became annoying. Because I knew that married man wasn't her blessing. Like come on now. That isn't a blessing at all. That's a freaking nightmare. Look at what she lost in the end. Smh. And getting back at Nya wasn't what she should've done because Nya was wrong for lying but no one told Felicia to mess around with a Married man like really girl. How dumb could you be. That's no blessing. When he step into her office I knew something was going to go wrong. Than the 2nd part of the book. When she got into their church to get back at Nya. Greg was so native lmao. Like really Greg smh you couldn't see what happen until after she walks into the sweat with that gun. Boy bye. I was telling my mom about this book. I'm like what he either look dumb or shock when Felicia true colors come to the light.
P. S. This book was really good I'm a fan of urban Christian fiction. Good read. Took me awhile to finish.
It took about 4 weeks to listen to this book, I never could get into it. I was determine to finish it. It was only one narrator and she did a terrible job. Plus the story just didn't make any sense. I could have use my time reading,Brenda Jackson, Omar Tyres or Carl Weber. Don't waste your time on this sorry.
Story was great. I wish the author would have established whether the main character's or her protégé's prophecy was correct bc her protégé really seemed to believe in her own vision. The voice of Felicia kept going up and down and she whispered so much that I got tired of adjusting my volume but other that it was a great read.
A great perspective on how ministry can go wrong fast...gives us a self-check that pastors and prophetesses are only human. We must remember that God is the ultimate voice to listen to!
I loved this book. I was hooked from the prologue. It made me laugh and kept my interest to the end. It was so refreshing to listen to a good story without a bunch of unnecessary vulgarities and profanity. Enjoyed this so much!
Nya realizing the impact of her false prophecy on Felicia's life.
Lisa Smith always does a fantastic job. Lynette Smith is such a convincing narrator.
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