"Kim Cash Tate's enjoyable novel is true to both the realities of life and the hope found through faith in Jesus. Romance meets real life with a godly heart. Hooray!"--Stasi Eldredge, best-selling author of Captivating
Cydney Sanders thought she knew God's plan for her life. She'd marry, have kids, and then snap her body back into shape by doing Tae Bo. But she's celebrat...more
A wife finds out her husband - who happens to be a Christian leader within their home church - is having an affair with another member of their church. She cries for a couple of days, gives her proble ...more
I read this book in about 3 sittings - just needed to know what happened, and there were moments when I thought this book was predictable, but it turned out I was wrong. I found this book wrote with realistic, wholesome characters and situations laced with good fitting scripture and how God gets you through everything in your life if you believe and trust in Him.
This book took you into ...more
The book covers, with sound Biblical truths, topics such as modesty, adultery, sex before marriage, and lust. And while I agree with the author wholeheartedly, the book came across as slightly cheesy and a little bit preachy. With that said, it was an enjoyable b ...more
Great characters. Seamless plot. Can't wait to read more from this author.
As far as realism goes, I found this book to be very sincere and believable. I sensed the author's heart for marr ...more
Cydney thought she knew God's plan for her life but at 40 she realizes the path God has chosen for her may not be what she thought after all.
Dana seems to have the perfect life until she discovers her husband is having an affair and her world is rocked out of control.
Phyllis has a deep relationship with God which she passes on to her children easily but her husband is a non-believer which make ...more
Set in modern day Western culture, teeming with responsibilities to family and opportunities to be discreet, the parallel lives of these women illustrate the role of fidelity in marriage and chasitity in singlehood. Cyd is the central character who holds the plot and the all the stories together with her unwa ...more
The theme of friendship is strong here and I think that having girlfriends is an integral part o ...more
While I had high hopes for a title & author I'd never heard of before... simply due to the Women of Faith endorsement, I had no idea what I was in for, but God sure did!
Drawing for true to life characters, scenarios, and sincere struggles... there is a little something here for everyone's life, heart, and need. Yet they are all so intricately woven, and none more prominent or important than the other, I'm still astounded at the beautiful balance ...more
Another catches her seemingly perfect husband involved in a relationship with a member of the church worship team.
And the final member of the trio feels awful becau ...more
Disclaimer: I won this book through a Goodreads First Reads giveaway.
I like this novel as it echos with realism. Some part of what was written here had happen to my friends and family before. Scary ya? It could happen to anyone.
Overall, it's a good read. This book could be a form of inspiration and comfort for those who are going thru what these women experienced.I am looking forward to her next book.
Dangerous territory. Letting our guard down. Thinking we have everything under control. Not being satisfied with what we have.
Faithful is all about relationships. The good, the bad, and the ugly.
I was really ticked at Phyllis in the stuff she was pulling. I think the characters were pretty "real."
One conversion was a bit hokey. Glad to read though that all weren't magically "saved."
The book started a little slow and dry for me but then grew into a story that I couldn't put down.
Amazingly, the book portrays how prayer and Christian fellowship among friends should be.