Church Folk - eBook
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Vendor: Walk Worthy Press
Publication Date: 2001
Theophilus Henry Simmons is young, single, sexy, and just about the finest black man any wishful mother and daughter have ever seen in Charleston, Mississippi. He's also a pastor. And when he starts courting the quiet, homespun Essie Lee Lane-and she accepts his marriage proposal-a few of the church folk decide to teach Essie what it really means to be a pastor's wife, and show her how little she knows about them. But as Theophilus gains prominence in his denomination, Essie evolves from a mousy parishioner into an independent and Godly woman. Now sporting an afro and driving her new purple Cadillac, Essie teaches the church folk what it really means to stand by your man-and your beliefs.
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Charlene3 Stars Out Of 5okayAugust 15, 2014Charleneit took me a while to get interested in this book. Essie and the hat pin incident made me laugh out loud but I can't say it was a great book. My focus was on Essie and Theo but I was distracted by all the other characters and scandalous behavior. Just not my thing I guess.
JPattAge: 35-44Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Great ReadAugust 15, 2014JPattAge: 35-44Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I'm reading this book for the second time. It's funny, interesting, and scandalous. I absolutely LOVE it!!!
JewelsAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5GREATJuly 26, 2012JewelsAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The book was better then I expected.. I read it in a week and then was disappointed I didn't take my time.. It was like eating all of a good dessert all at one time..
Doris Faulkner5 Stars Out Of 5January 28, 2010Doris FaulknerThe funniest book, if you want a good laugh it will keep you laughing. I really enjoyed this book. I recommend it highly for those who love to read a good book.
Mary Barnett-Johnson5 Stars Out Of 5March 25, 2008Mary Barnett-JohnsonThis is a must read book, the type that you can read again within a 6mth period. I have read this book 3times now, and everytime I read it,I rediscover something new about one of the characters.Second Sunday is just as good if not better than her 1st book. To the author cont. doing what you do, so very well.God Bless
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