My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Tara Kyle has moved from Chicago to Connecticut because of the fact that she no longer felt safe in Chicago. She wanted to make a new start, and this included getting back into the good graces of God.
When the movers arrived, it was then that Tara realized she still had desires and needs as a woman. The one sexy mover, kept hitting on her, while the other kept cock blocking them both. After the movers left, she wasn’t sure if it was because she looked desperate or hot, but whatever it was, she felt good about herself again.
As the movers were pulling away, Tara noticed a handsome man across the street. He was passing out flyers. He too, noticed her, and the fact that prior to him coming over a moving truck had been there. So he came over, and introduced himself as Michael Calvin, the Pastor of New Hope Mission Baptist Church.
Tara felt that it was omen that the Pastor had shown up, “Maybe God really is trying to tell me something after all.”
After her attendance at the Women’s Day event, the Pastor made a special visit to Tara’s home to pray with her. He asked Tara, and I quote as shocking as this is: “Do you want to pray with your clothes on or off?” And she undressed, with the help of the Pastor. Tara wasn’t sure of it was a dream or not, when she came back to her reality. The Pastor was nowhere to be found. Fortunately, later- he called to explain his disappearance, or she might have believed everything was a dream.
This kept happening, “prayer meets” if you will, at Tara’s home. Although, Pastor Calvin is married, nothing could stop him from connecting to and wanting Tara.
One day, even the Deacon had caught wind of the situation, and addressed the situation with the Pastor. He told the Pastor that he was going to go straight to hell. The Pastor explained to the deacon, that he just didn’t understand. Pastor Calvin said he had a job to do. A job, prayers to handle, and that Tara needed his guidance.
This book, which I purchased on my own, and liked the thought of a Pastor being bad, would be something “my” audience would like as well. So I bought it. After buying it, I noticed there were no reviews. I have never reviewed something before anyone else. *Shock!*
Then as I read, I knew I was reading a book by a new Author. This I am accustomed to. After that, I was pretty certain, I was reading a book, that had never been edited. So, because of the problems I was encountering, I contacted a friend of mine, several actually. One on the phone, and one on messenger. Both suggested I do what I am going to do.
I spoke with the writer, and verified that there had been no editor. I pointed out that there are spelling and grammar errors. But this woman has talent. And no one is perfect. None of us, and I wanted to make her aware of the problems I encountered personally. She assured me she wanted an honest review. I have this in messenger, for proof.
The story line, is amazing. I literally loved it, that is what had drawn me to the book in the first place-religion and sin mixing-heck yeah. This is why I bought and wanted this book. It is a great story, and makes a lot of sense, and is a great mystery, and a strange kind of love story. I am however, only giving this book three stars, because it is an excellent read and story line. But the problems I had keeping up with whom was talking, and the ability to change paragraphs when someone speaks was literally out of control. Ordinarily I don’t punish for grammar and typo’s but this was too much. The writer: Sherry has an excellent gift with writing and story-telling. I do hope to read and see more from her, but with an editor.
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