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Sins of the Mother

Narrated by: Patricia Floyd
Length: 12 hrs and 46 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (126 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Essence best-selling author Victoria Christopher Murray populates her compelling faith-based novels with engaging characters. Sins of the Mother stars Jasmine Larson Bush, a young woman who thought she had finally outrun her scandalous former life. Now a loving wife and mother, her world is shattered when her four-year-old daughter is kidnapped. Are sins from her past finally catching up to her?

©2010 Victoria Christopher Murray (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC

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“Victoria is one of our best … an excellent storyteller.” (Eric Jerome Dickey, New York Times best-selling author)

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phenomenal book

I love this book and the entire Jasmine series I just wish that she would have numbered the books in order because I've been looking for this book because I read all the books out of order and I feel like I need to go back and start from the first book.. but now I don't remember which book was first

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Very Good Book!

I Love this whole series so far. I can't wait to see what Jasmine ends up doing next. This particular book was very good because it showed Jasmine in a more genuine light. In this story line she is forced to really feel something for once. Even though there were times in the other books where her real feelings were revealed, her daughter being kidnapped is too close to her heart so this situation made her more human to me.

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Enjoyable Read

Although the secondary story threw me for a bit of a loop, and Jasmine was a bit of a mess in more ways than one, and some parts were very hard to listen to because of the sensitive nature- I really did enjoy this book. It was a great reminder that although God does permit certain things, they are not from him. And while I would have liked for Brian to be more present end, the ending was still great just as it was.

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Jasmine still unlikeable poor hosea

listened to this on audible. the narrator did a good job.

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pace falters in places, unnecessarily wordy and repetitive and it's easy to get distracted. it was unnecessarily drawn out with repetitive inner monologues. overall a decent listen

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even through this horrible situation jasmine was still an unlikeable character and hosea still garnered your sympathies as did others who were a part of the bush family. I was left wondering again if Jasmine loves Hosea or just loves being a first lady.

the alexis/brian arc was uninteresting-alexis' character is still unlikeable. maybe if her character took accountability for the outcome of her situation then maybe, but I doubt it. the character was created as a judgemental, close minded person, ridiculous and remained that way with no growth thus far. What was the draw to her for Brian? Did he just enjoy chasing a woman? There relationship didn't make sense in this book for me.
alexis, jasmine and kyla remind me of a description i saw on social media called the petty olympics.

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Very moving and emotional

I absolutely love this book. The reading was awesome. I found myself forgetting I was reading, it felt like I was watching a movie.

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Long but good

i liked it was good read it did get boring in many spots. But still a good read.

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Awesome!

I loved it so much, I didn't want to pause it! It was very interesting and quite captivating to the end.

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Seriously?

What would have made Sins of the Mother better?

A better plot. This plot was awful. Absolutely boring and it dragged on and on for ten hours. :(

What was most disappointing about Victoria Christopher Murray’s story?

That her books are usually great! However, this one was awful.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Sins of the Mother?

All the extra thoughts and fluff before actually getting to the point. Literally nothing happens for hours. :(

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The best book ever

Where does Sins of the Mother rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

number 1

Who was your favorite character and why?

The mother because she was so real

Which character – as performed by Patricia Floyd – was your favorite?

The Mother

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

What's going on ENOUGH

Any additional comments?

This was a great book and needed at this time in the United States

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Great book

Great book. This is a must read if you enjoying being emotionally connected to the book characters. Never expected the end.