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For Brooklyn's Love

3.90  ·  Rating details ·  10 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Brooklyn Myers loves her best friends, Tessa and Laila. They are indeed, sisters. They’ve each been on a journey of self-discovery since graduating from college. After a year of struggling to find work in their fields, Brooklyn is the first to find her groove and take a leap of faith into entrepreneurship. She writes a book called, Brooklyn's Basement, based on the four ye ...more
Kindle Edition, 170 pages
Published February 27th 2019 by Masterpiece Inked Publications
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Mar 01, 2019 rated it it was ok
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Brooklyn’s Closet is a low-angst, mid-to-high, emotional faith-based contemporary romance I struggled to get into.

Brooklyn has been through a lot. After being placed in a sex trafficking ring by her uncle as a child and abandoned by her mother—things were more bad than good.

However, she comes through victorious by the grace of God. Brooklyn runs a successful clothing line and has a best-selling book under her belt. Brooklyn is on the way up, despite it a
Crystal Luckey
Mar 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Am Amazing read from the beginning to the end. Barry and Brooklyn are the perfect relationship goals. I loved the spirituality of this book and it made me want to get back to my faith more than I am now. If your looking for a book that talks about God, love careers, than this is the book. This book came into my spirit when I needed it!!!
Char Ali
Mar 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
Really great book, especially for Christians! Book gave awesome vibes between both characters and definitely low key goals for a future husband/wife. Definitely recommendable
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Mar 07, 2019 rated it liked it
Dating with purpose (God's purpose) is the message

This faith-based love story between Barry, a successful sports agent, and Brooklyn, a fashion designer, and an author was a feel-good story of healing and allowing faith to guide you during your courtship. The story opens with Barry's 2yr relationship with a woman named Simone ending. She did what many do to those we claim to want and love and that plays emotional games, including the ever popular " I think i'm pregnant" or "I'm coming to use as
Feb 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Sweetest Taboo...

A love story with realistic drama and a great storyline with no sex? Yes. Give me more. Barry blessed Brooklyn's mind with all 9 inches of his intellect making sure she understood that he could hit all her spiritual spots before hitting anything else. Loved it from beginning to end.
Synthia Littleton
Mar 09, 2019 rated it liked it
This was a good read.

If you are looking for a contemporary but old fashioned love story.....look no further. I enjoyed the characters chemistry, the back stories, and the spiritual references. I can't wait for the stories of the two best friends. This cover along with the subsequent stories to follow are beautiful. This was a Good read.
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