Practicing What You Preach
The wedding between Angela Gabriel and Brent Underwood promises to be the Birmingham event of the year--and aspiring event planner Melissa Anderson has been working feverishly to make it happen. During this hectic time, she even agrees to go out on a date with a most unlikely prospect: Marcus Peeples. When it came to Marcus, it defin...more
This book was really good, from beginning to end, I still can't figure out how Marcus and Melissa couldn't figure out until later (the ending of the book) that Sasha wanted him back, I was over here SMH, like here who go again another one, who leave a good person who has done good by them and treats them great, now they want them back "since" they have gotten themselves into a relationship, where they are happy. I tell you, people are a trip.
BTW: I already knew that lady Alretha was ...more
Ha, Karmas is definitely a mother chicken hen. She thought sure she was going to get Marcus back, it's funny how people don't realize a good thing until it's gone, and that person has moved on to the next person who loves them, and they love them back. Reminds of what my sister had mentioned to me about a lady she knew has cheated on her man (her husband) and left him for another man, and now she regrets it and wants him back. Funny people want you back, and when Marcus asked Melis ...more
I don’t condemn the author because I wrote my own books before I understood doctrine too. I just hope she will learn and correct herself.
Love that all her Chapters start off with a scripture before the book continue. I don't remember the chapter but while I was reading it, it was like being in Bible Study.
It's important that we practice what we preach and that do ...more
Marcus Pebbles falls in love with his high school sweetheart, Sasha. After a failed marriage and daughter, Aaliyah, he wants to get back into dating. He agrees to take Melissa on their first date to church service. At first, it seems like Melissa is still turned off by Marcus, using D-word as an excuse. Bible ...more
Well to start off I related completely to the main female character. She was believable, smart, and witty. This book was not my usual read except in the fact that it was a romance. I felt the author did a great job in creating believable characters. I enjoyed reading this and would recommend it to anyone who loves a Christian romance. The book was a very motivating read. It talked about some of today’s issues with relationships. I enjoyed the “mini sermons” throughout the book also. The author h...more