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Flawed Rev. Curtis Black returns in Roby's latest melodrama (following Love and Lies). The repentant, 46-year-old Curtis has finally made amends with his 31-year-old wife, Charlotte: she's forgiven him for his five-year affair with Tabitha, but forbids him from seeing Tabitha or the infant daughter he fathered with her. An enraged Tabitha harasses Curtis, stalks Charlotte around their hometown of Mitchell, Ill., and threatens to go public. Haunted by her own daughter's death and determined to keep her husband's secrets, Charlotte decides to take matters into her own hands. Meanwhile, interim pastor Rev. Tolson, who knows a thing or two about Curtis's business, is smarting from his loss of power now that Curtis has returned to the pulpit from a book tour and speaking engagements. And Curtis and Charlotte risk losing their 13-year-old son, Matthew, after David, the man they believe is Matthew's biological dad, decides to seek full custody. Roby has got smalltown church politics down, but spends more time on stiffly repeated backstory and hollow finger-wagging than on plot, leading to a hurried, undermotivated denouement.
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"Bravo for narrator Tracey Leigh, whose strong performance hooks the listener on this soap opera-like novel. ... Leigh beautifully characterizes children and adults and expertly portrays Janine's abusive boyfriend. She brings to life the full range of emotions experienced by the large cast of characters..." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The Reverend Curtis Black titles:
The Reverend's Wife (A Reverend Curtis Black Novel),Love, Honor, and Betray (A Reverend Curtis Black Novel)The Best of Everything: A Novel (Reverend Curtis Black),Too Much of a Good Thing (Roby, Kimberla Lawson)
The Best-Kept Secret,Be Careful What You Pray For: A Novel
To make matters worse, the interim pastor Reverand Tolson is not leaving Deliverance Church without a fight. Reverand Tolson feels as though he is owed much more money than Curtis is willing to offer. As if that is not enough, Matthew's biological father is suing for full custody. In his mind, he deserves to make up for lost time with his son and no one is going to stop him.
At first I did not think this book would turn out that well based on some of the "retire Curtis Black" comments but I must say it was entertaining from beginning to end. I appreciated the different direction the author took as far as giving us an opportunity to learn more about other characters. Extremely fun to read and I cannot wait until the other books arrive in the mail.....
Meanwhile, David, Matthew's father and Anise's ex-husband, wants to stake claim to his son. I love this series and I loved this book.
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I enjoy the love with up & mostly down & the foreseen willingness to keep trying to make the marriage work. Kudos to the writer