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This is the second book in the Christian Fiction Good News Series.

Some time has passed since Enough Good News and Sidney is settled into her new family, new job and new church. She soon discovers however that all that glitters isn't gold and everyone talking about heaven ain't going.

Weak church leaders fall easily under the influence of dark forces targeting Sidney. These “men of God” begin to spread lies and false rumors about her to everyone they can, turning most of her family and friends against her, not realizing that they are leaving their own families and congregations open for the destruction they have planned for Sidney.

It is with all this going on that God seems to be nowhere in sight, but don't worry...God is not mocked and sometimes He provides help in the most unexpected ways.

The Good News Series

#1. Enough Good News

#2. No Weapon

#3. Blind Justice

#4. Long Night

#5. Even Me

©2010 Audrey McKay (P)2013 Audrey McKay

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Growing fan!

Much better than the first! And while I like that author narrated the story, I was disappointed in the monotone narration. smh... Oh well, at least the timing was on point!

I also loved the themes of spiritual warfare and how even Christians can be influenced by demonic forces! Good job!