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All I'll Ever Ask

The Greatest Love, Book 1
Narrated by: Francie Wyck
Series: The Greatest Love Series, Book 1
Length: 4 hrs and 26 mins
Categories: Fiction, African-American
4 out of 5 stars (23 ratings)
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All I'll Ever Ask is a 40,000+ word introduction into the Greatest Love Series. Do you believe in love at first sight? If you believe the bible, then your answer is yes. When Adam awoke from the sleep, he beheld Eve and claimed her. The rest is history.

All I'll Ever Ask is a 40,000+ word introduction into the Greatest Love Series. Do you believe in love at first sight? If you believe the bible, then your answer is yes. When Adam awoke from the sleep, he beheld Eve and claimed her. The rest is history.

In the first installment of The Greatest Love Series, witness Christian romance between Benjamin G. Adams and Camille James.

Benjamin has spent the last year mourning the untimely death of his girlfriend, Lauren. He is ready to start fresh, and this time he is ready to do it the Lord's way.

Will Camille, an entrepreneur who works around the clock and makes little time for fun, let down her guard and open her heart to Benjamin?

Will destiny answer that question for her? Witness a relationship that begins with a catastrophe. Watch the domino effect it causes as reunions, revelations, tragedies, and triumphs take place for those who are connected to Benjamin and Camille.

They will need a great and perfect love to withstand the forces that are headed their way.

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Benjamin has spent the last year mourning the untimely death of his girlfriend, Lauren. He is ready to start fresh, and this time he is ready to do it the Lord's way.

Will Camille, an entrepreneur who works around the clock and makes little time for fun, let down her guard and open her heart to Benjamin?

Will destiny answer that question for her? Witness a relationship that begins with a catastrophe. Watch the domino effect it causes as reunions, revelations, tragedies, and triumphs take place for those who are connected to Benjamin and Camille.

They will need a great and perfect love to withstand the forces that are headed their way.

©2015 Genevieve Woods (P)2016 Genevieve Woods

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Great Book. Great Audio.

What did you love best about All I'll Ever Ask?

I loved all the different twist and turns of the character's lives.

Who was your favorite character and why?

My favorite character is Frankie Jones, I love his transition from a drug user to better husband, father, and God-fearing man.

Which scene was your favorite?

My favorite scene is when Mrs. Carol hit Benjamin in the head with a skillet.

If you could take any character from All I'll Ever Ask out to dinner, who would it be and why?

If I could take any character out to dinner it would be Paige, Why? I would like to hear more about her childhood and how she coped without parents.

Any additional comments?

Great Book and I enjoyed the nice listening ride it took me on.

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  • Michelle
  • Fayetteville, NC USA
  • 10-26-18

Wow!

Excellent story line! I wanted to stop listening because the narrator was horrible! This needs to be re-recorded with someone who knows how to bring the characters to life! If the story wasn’t so interesting I would have stopped listening after the first paragraph!!!

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terrible narration

GOOD Story, however the narration was HORRIBLE. It sounded mechanical and the characters sounded like teenaged valley girls instead of African-American adults.

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  • ty
  • 09-11-16

enjoyed

I enjoyed this book the chracters faced many trials but faced them with family and friends. The narrator did a great job portraying the characters.

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Exciting and Inspiring

Happy to have found this series. Great message looking forward to more. Great job! +++++

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  • Tonnie
  • North Plainfield ,N.J.
  • 10-17-19

New!

I've never heard of this author, but I enjoyed the book. I have to look for the others to see what happens.

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1st skip

1st book I skipped to the end to rate because of the narration. story slow