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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Pocket Books
Publication Date: 2006
Availability: In Stock
Raedella Rollins left the dusty town of Sweet Poke, Arkansas, on a Texas-bound bus with four mismatched suitcases, a newsroom job offer, and a promise to herself: never look back. Now, less than a decade later, she's a top-rated talk show host, a celebrity news anchor, and fiancée to Houston's star councilman. The future looks bright for Rae, and Sweet Poke is nothing more than a distant memory.
. . . and she's paddling as fast as she can.
But now that she's reached the top, her ragtag family comes knocking. Mama Tee, the grandmother who raised her, calls with unwelcome family updates; and Shondella, her jealous older sister, guilts her into sending money. To Rae, nothing could be worse than an unexpected reunion with her over-the-top relatives. But when her picture-perfect life turns out to be an illusion, Rae's family calls her back to Sweet Poke and to the life she left behind. Can Rae let go of the pain of her childhood and open her heart to the healing that only faith and family can provide?
Esther Poitier5 Stars Out Of 5September 13, 2010Esther PoitierThis book was most enjoyable. The storyline was very good and will keep you interested. This is a must read!!
Demetria Cormier1 Stars Out Of 5December 11, 2009Demetria CormierThis is not a Christian book! This author uses profanity and explicit sex scenes in her book. I tried reading this book and did not get through the whole first chapter. I read Christian fiction because I am trying to stay away from books that do not honor God. The titles are deceiving!!! Don't read this if you are truly interested in clean wholesome books!
S. Wilkerson5 Stars Out Of 5September 12, 2007S. WilkersonAbsolutely thrilling. I just could not put this novel down. The charcaters seemed so real I could actually visualize the settings and characters as I read the novel. Some of the choices Raedlla made in my opinion were disrespectful and unacceptable but understadable considering the circumstances. The ending left me wanting more.
SHANTEL1 Stars Out Of 5April 11, 2007SHANTELThis book has a great premise but a lot is lost in the delivery and overall disappointing. I wish some things in it were different. The main character is not likeable until the very end of the book. The sex scandals parts are way too vivid. Mama Tee was the big disappointment. Shes a so called Christian who makes excuses for swearing and fornication. In my opinion this should book should not be labeled under the Christian genre. I wish I had used my time reading a different book.