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“Compelling, dishy.” (Rockford Register Star on Be Careful What You Pray For )
Her first marriage didn't work out, but that isn't going to stop Alicia Black, the privileged daughter of the charismatic Reverend Curtis Black, from getting what she wants.
Alicia can't believe her good fortune. God has heeded her prayers, blessing her with the perfect second husband, Pastor JT Valentine, a handsome, dynamic man of the cloth with his own large congregation, just like her father.
Unfortunately, Alicia doesn't understand how much like Curtis her new husband truly is. JT has been sneaking around town with other women—and he only married her to get close to her father's money and fame. But while Alicia is blinded by love, her dad certainly isn't. After all, it takes one to know one—and who better to see into the darkness of a sinner's heart than Curtis Black?
Only a miracle can save the day. But God acts in mysterious ways, and soon Alicia will have to face some very crucial and life-changing decisions. This time, she's got to be careful what she prays for. . . .--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition. See all Editorial Reviews
This was a fascinating, down to earth book. I enjoyed it tremendously.Published 17 days ago by DeeDee
I love all the Curtis Black books! You can never go wrong with Kimberla Lawson Roby. I always read her books in a couple days then move on to the next onePublished 3 months ago by sherBEAR
I enjoyed every minute & could not put it down! It kept me in suspense & on my seat wondering what to expect next.Published 3 months ago by Tony
Pastor Curtis Black and his family are so entertaining! Waiting for Curtina to grow up to witness the tomfoolery that she'll probably get into.Published 3 months ago by Young & retired!