Award-winning author Tiffany L. Warren has been celebrated by ReShonda Tate Billingsley for novels delivering “a riveting story and a faith boost.” In The Favorite Son, handsome brothers Camden and Blaine Drake sing God’s praises in their popular gospel group. But as rumors fly about one brother, a heartbreaking betrayal threatens to destroy the group—and their family.
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On a scale of 0 to 100, this audiobook scores 100. The characters were so well-developed that I actually felt their emotions. Also, the author somehow managed to strike a perfect balance between keeping the main characters in the forefront and not neglecting the peripheral characters. I also found the story to be rich, realistic, and unpredictable. Lastly, the most amazing thing about the story is that it clearly illustrated several biblical scriptures, e.g., scriptures about reaping and sowing, pride, waiting on God, boastfulness, greed, false prophets, God's will, forgiveness, etc.
I love reading and audible is the easiest way to keep up with my voracious appetite for the written word.
I've only recently become a Tiffany L. Warren zealot, listening to every one of her books available. I enjoyed the story within The Favorite Son as much as I did the characters. They jumped off the pages and Amber was simply sassy and delightful. Please release another book soon because your books, Tiffany, are my best treat.
Great theme and moving chain of events! I would highly recommend this book.i plan to read more books by this author.
I feel inspired and fortunate after listening to this pragmatic story of forgiveness. A must read for anyone who has difficulty with forgiving those who hurt.
Turned Up 4 God
This book starts out like the typical sibling rivalry, but as I read discovered it was far from the typical sibling rivalry. Kept me interested in what would happen next. Was very surprised at how things turned out in the end.
I most certainly would. It confirms that humility triumphs
When the Bishop commanded Dawn to meet him and Blaine at the church or else? And she didn't
When Blaine became the best man although he was disabled
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