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Brotherly Love and Betrayal

4.2 of 5 stars 4.20  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  4 reviews
There's no pain like betrayal from someone you love. For months Crystal's husband, Donnie, has worked more hours than he's ever worked. He's been distant and intimacy has come to a screeching halt. The more she prods him for information, the more he shuts her down, literally. She's sure that her prayers will be answered and things between them and their ten-year marriage w ...more
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Published December 9th 2006 by
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A Piece of the Moore Pie

Crystal prayed that God would send her a good man. She thought her prayers were answered when the ambitious and handsome Donnie Moore entered her life in her sophomore year in college. A match made in heaven. Fast forward ten years into their marriage and all is no longer bliss. Crystal has taken second fiddle to her husband's advancement of his business. Eight hour work days turned into ten, ten turned into twelve. Crystal and Donnie have gone from happily ever after to
I really enjoyed this book. It was an emotional rollar coaster. Cheating with your siblings spouse is an ultimate no-no.
Seven Year Cycles

Crystal and Donnie Moore have been married 10 glorious years. As of late, Donnie appears to be too busy growing his business to tend to his husbandly duties. Crystal's life consists of working as a teacher, church and shopping. However, she's finding it harder to mask the ache in her heart.

Stephen Moore is Donnie's older brother, business partner and a dear friend. Stephen is unhappily married to Pam, and neither are trying to work on their farce of a marriage. Pam is suffering
christian lit. good read!
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Robinson’s storytelling abilities culminated during her early childhood years. Being an only child until the age of ten, a pen and a sheet of paper always provided a way of escape from boredom. While other children were outside playing, she spent quiet time in her room playing with dolls, reading, journaling and creating stories. Elements of those stories have now evolved into full-length books.

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