Essence best-selling author and Phillis Wheatley Award winner for excellence in contemporary fiction, Victoria Christopher Murray delivers a compelling tale starring ever-popular character Jasmine Cox Larson Bush.
Jasmine once tried - and failed - to break up her best friend's marriage. Then she turned to God to improve herself, but couldn't escape her shady past. Is Jasmine finally ready to put her lying and scheming ways behind her for good?
©2008 Victoria Christopher Murray; (P)2008 Recorded Books
"Juicy Jasmine Larson Bush returns....Murray efficiently illustrates the importance of honesty and trust in marriage, and manages to contain Jasmine's outrageousness within the context of Christian faith." (Publishers Weekly)
I have never read the print so I would know. But Patricia R Floyd is one of my favorite narrators so I thought the audio edition was great!
I really wouldn't what I would say is make sure you read the series in order. Although audible does not have it listed as a series it is. here are the books
2. Sin and A Shame
3. Too Little Too Late
4. Lady Jasmine
5. Sins of the Mother
6. Sinners and Saints
8. Friends and Foes
I don't think audible has all of them but if you stay as close as possible some of the story lines will at least make sense.
Her flow and rhythm and inflection.
Jasmin of course!
This story plot needs improvement. The charcters at times were interesting. The story goes on with nothing exciting at times.
Overall not a bad story, the ending needs inporvement also.
Will try another story line from the author again.
The story events starts out exciting.
I liked the stories and how they dovetailed together, but repeating the same "I love yous" and other lines said over and over again soon became boring and distracting. It seemed that the characters were whinning... To refresh information after a few chapters is okay, but when the same lines are repeated every few pages literally became too much information repeated too often!!!
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