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The Replacement Wife Paperback – February 25, 2014
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Warren (Lies and Alibis, 2013) brings the Sound of Music story to modern wealthy Atlanta in this moving inspirational novel. Chloe had big plans for a relationship with billionaire Quentin, but five years after the death of his wife, they are not even engaged. Quentin’s mother hires a young woman from the church choir to move in and take care of his five teenagers, and soon they all like her better than they do Chloe. Montana has found peace in God and needs this nanny job to tide her over for a year as she earns a teaching degree. She loves the teens she cares for and tries to help them find their music, which has been lost from the house since their mother’s death. In the meantime, she helps Quentin heal and find God as well. While Chloe uses twenty-first-century gold-digger tricks to try and hang on to her bankroll boyfriend, Montana and her message of faith triumph. Warren’s many fans will also enjoy novels by J. J. Murray while waiting for Warren’s next romantic tale. --Amy Alessio
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Tiffany L. Warren is an author, playwright, songwriter, mother and wife. Her debut novel, What a Sista Should Do, was released in June of 2005. Her second book, Farther than I Meant to Go, Longer than I Meant to Stay, was a national bestseller. She is also the author of The Bishop's Daughter, In The Midst of It All, Don’t Tell a Soul and The Replacement Wife. In 2006, Tiffany and her husband, Brent, founded Warren Productions and released gospel musicals, What a Sista Should Do and The Replacement Wife. Tiffany is the visionary behind the Faith and Fiction Retreat. Tiffany resides in northern Texas with her husband, Brent, and their five children. Visit her online at www.TiffanyLWarren.com.
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for this book. Quentin Chambers has been in mourning since his beloved wife and mother of his children, Chandra passed from Cancer five years ago. Then that hussy, Chloe enters the picture sensing an opportunity. Estelle, sensing nothing good or positive coming hires nanny for Quentin’s children in the form of God-Fearing, Sweetheart Montana. Good timing, since Reese and Deidre (the oldest two) seems like they are going down the wrong path and there hasn’t been any happiness in the home for a long time. Anyway, the book is definitely filled with temptations, revenge but doesn’t steer way from the plot or lessons at all. Definitely five stars and definitely a must read from Books Beauty and Stuff.
I couldn't quite figure out how I felt about Quentin. I loved what he was doing with Transitions, but how it took him 5 years to see through Chloe just bewildered me. Anyway, I'm glad he got free of that bird and is getting his life, and his relationship with his kids back on track.
I've already bought The Replacement Husband. Can't wait to see what Tiffany L. Warren and skanky Chloe have in store for us in that one.
Have you felt sometimes that God has over looked your dedication too him? You have try your hardest to fulfill his word, and it seem as if God doesn't listen to your pleads of cry. It seem as if you just can't catch a break.
As I completed this story, I had to ask myself these questions. What would I do if I found myself in a situation where I believe the only answer to the problem was to "get even" or "just give up", instead of relying on my faith?
In the midst of a storm what would you do...Turn to God, and leave it in his hands, as Montana, take matters into your own hands as Chloe, or blame God immediately and turn away from him, as Quentin?
This story is about the teaching of Christ through human life lessons. Learning in order to receive your breakthrough, they will be hardship, sometimes multiple, and quite difficult to hurdle over.
Losing love is the hardest part about human life, but gaining love and trust is the most beautiful gift given to us.
The character(s) development by this author is very refreshing, relatable. Favorite character is Alex, Transitions patient. I absolutely loved how the author had you to feel her pain through words, and her flirtatious and humor throughout the most difficult stages of her sickness was beyond word description; wonderfully done Mrs. Tiffany Warren!
One minor thing: a chapter or two dedicated to Chandra (Quentin's deceased wife) would have been lovely. Knowing a little of her, the kids and Quentin's past through her battle for human life would have been a great addition.
Overall, the book was very entertaining and heartfelt.
Montana is a struggling soon to be teacher that graciously accepts the nanny position, but doesn't realize the impact she will have on this family. This love story is a definite page turner and one I would recommend to for years to come. Way to go Tiffany Warren!
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Gonna read more. I dont want to spoil it for anyone.