Practicing What You Preach (The Blessed Trinity Series #4) by Vanessa Davis Griggs (Author)

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Just finished this book, I will say this was a good story.


Practicing What You Preach (The Blessed Trinity Series #4) by Vanessa Davis Griggs (Author)


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Book Review:

Spoilers *****

Ha, Karmas is definitely a mother chicken hen. She thought sure she was going to get Marcus back, it’s funny how people don’t realize a good thing until it’s gone, and that person has moved on to the next person who loves them, and they love them back. Reminds of what my sister had mentioned to me about a lady she knew has cheated on her man (her husband) and left him for another man,, and now she regrets it, and wants him back. Funny people want you back, and when Marcus asked Melissa to marry him in front of Sasha, I had to laugh that mess was hilarious as it comes wow.

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Book Description: 

Is it a sin to let a good man get away?

The wedding between Angela Gabriel and Brent Underwood promises to be the Birmingham event of the year–and aspiring event planner Melissa Anderson has been working feverishly to make it happen. During this hectic time, she even agrees to go out on a date with a most unlikely prospect: Marcus Peeples. When it came to Marcus, it definitely didn’t love at first sight. But after a lovely evening together of Bible study at Followers of Jesus Faith Worship Center, Melissa has a change of heart. She learns that Marcus is divorced, a fact she can’t reconcile with scripture even though she knows he’s a good man and father. But when Marcus’s diva ex-wife decides she wants him back, Melissa soon discovers love, divorce, and faith have quite a bit in common.


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Reading this📖 book 📙 I’m like yup. So true, I agree,👍 so many good information learnedℹ while reading this book. Just love a book where I can take information and run with it and or learn a lot from it. Something I been thinking about or haven’t.


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I’m going to look up those chapters. #jezebel


 

Paperback, 300 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Dafina
ISBN: 0758232225 (ISBN13: 9780758232229)
Edition Language: English
Series: The Blessed Trinity Series #4
setting: Birmingham, Alabama (United States) 


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“The Preachers Wifey by Dishan Washington” 📕👀

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Beyond his physical attraction to her, Byran has his own agenda. He’s vying to become the pastor of Cornerstone Baptist Church, a ten-thousand-member congregation that is sure to give him more of the prestige and notoriety he craves. He matches all of their qualifications except for one: he needs a wife.

Knowing that Allyson is a certified gold digger, he makes her an offer she can’t refuse. She can have the life of luxury she desires, an instant social circle of well-known pastors’ wives, and anything else she needs to act the part. The only stipulation is she must always remember it’s just an arrangement. It’s a façade; it’s not about love.

No one is more surprised than Allyson when she discovers the material perks are not enough to satisfy her. She develops real feelings for her new husband, and she soon wants more attention and affection than Byran is willing to give her. Allyson is left with a decision. Does she give it all up for true love, or does she stick it out and try to prove that money can buy you happiness?