Religion has always played a part in the lives of Anaya and Karen, especially since their dads are deacons. Once the best of friends, the now somewhat estranged duo head off for college with plans to live life on their own terms. What price will they pay in the end to find true happiness?
Dana Jeffries has the worst luck when it comes to men. A beacon of hope appears in her shamble of a love life when by happenstance she meets Kelly Dorkiss, the renown founder of The Dorkiss Way: The Approach To Finding Love Through Spiritual Betrothing. What Dana thinks will be a quick prayer and hallelujah session to solving her problems leads her on a journey to discovering faith, herself, and true love.
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Gregg Dorkiss and his wife are finally back on good terms after he abandoned her to pursue a life of gambling, drinking, and adultery. They've worked hard to save their marriage, but it falls into jeopardy when Gregg's new employer sends him to Las Vegas for a weekend conference. Will Gregg do the right thing, or will he return to his former tricks?
Anaya’s confidence and sense of security are overtaken by fear when her father passes away suddenly and her boyfriend dumps her once she decides not to abort their child. To her surprise, she is embraced with loving arms by her childhood church family, including the pastor’s youngest son, Julian. The two quickly find a connection, but their future happiness is threatened once secrets about Anaya’s past are exposed. Will new love prove strong enough to withstand the tribulation of scandal?
Just when Kelly begins to finally feel happy about her marriage, the child her husband created with another woman is revealed. Will this new baby be the glue that holds her marriage together, or will she walk away from Gregg, and God, for good? *Release date: June 1, 2014
LaShanda Michelle is a novelist who shares the message of God’s love by presenting characters who face real life struggles and overcome them through biblical application and God’s grace. She is quickly becoming a reader favorite in her genre of African American Christian Fiction.
Dana's dreams came true when Gavin proposed and they ran to the courthouse to get married. Everyone is happy for them, except for her new mother-in-law, who isn't afraid to let her disappointment with her son's decision show. It all comes to a head when the ladies meet each other for the first time, and Dana realizes there was an important conversation she and Gavin should have had before they became husband and wife.