Fans of T.D. Jakes' Cover Girls will delight in Michelle Stimpson's debut book Boaz Brown.
LaShondra Smith has been waiting for a man like Stelson Brown. He is intelligent, funny, and a man of God - but he's white. Can LaShondra get past her prejudices and fears and allow herself to love this man she's always dreamed of?
©2004 Michelle Stimpson (P)2004 Recorded Books
"…this thought-provoking tale of anger, prejudice and romance offers important lessons for all." (Publishers Weekly)
Very nice story and indeed an eye opener. True happiness does not lend room for discrimination. Discrimination breeds misery, depression, confusion and many lonely nights. There's a Boaz out there for all of you, but you need to get out of your own way. Let go and let God.
I am an Afro American christian and I enjoy literature from Greo audio. I also like self help books and inspirational books and sometimes something funny.
very realistic struggle. great love story. great Christian value. I really enjoyed this book and recommend it to any one who struggles with racism in themselves or others
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