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From Sinner to Saint

3.95  ·  Rating Details  ·  19 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Antonyo Ian Demonté Simms treats women as casually as most people treat their socks, changing them frequently. With the help of his aunt LaTrece, his mother's irresponsible twin sister, Antonyo learns how to use his good looks and charisma to win the hearts—and treasures—of a vast array of female companions.Each of these women thinks that she may just be the one who can tu ...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published December 1st 2012 by Urban Christian (first published 2010)
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A'ndrea Wilson
Oct 03, 2013 A'ndrea Wilson rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
From Sinner to Saint follows the story of Antonyo Simms, a young man severely disappointed by his father, who with the help of his aunt becomes a chronic gigolo. His mother, LaTrina, urges her son to make better choices as she matures herself and embraces a closer relationship with God. Despite many warnings, Antonyo is comfortable with his playboy lifestyle and unwilling to give it up. Heading down a path that is certain to lead to destruction, will Antonyo changes his ways before his sins beco ...more
Throughout the book, I was waiting for the womanizer, Antonyo, to get what was coming to him. Instead, he has a beautiful daughter, Latoya, mom who stands by him even though she's firm, and Clarke able to move on with her life even though she had his child. Finally, we see what happens at the very end.
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