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Cover Girls by T.D. Jakes
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Jul 19, 11

bookshelves: african-american-lifestyle, christian-lit
Read from July 12 to 19, 2011

I appreciated the central theme of this novel. God can work out your situation and bless you if you allow Him to, but He may sometimes use people you never would have expected. Also, one of the main characters is Michelle. If you've read Woman, Thou Art Loosed, you'll remember her and getting an update on her is nice. What I didn't like about this book is the elementary style it was written, and some parts of the novel were so cheesy it was just uncomfortable to read. For example, the part where Michelle, Tonya, and Shad are at a nice restaurant (I'm assuming it was nice since it had a maitre'd), and Michelle gets the everyone in the restaurant to sing and dance to a song she's made up about Tonya's hair. Where do they do that at? It was just unbelievably stupid.
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