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Since failing to break up her best friend's marriage and fleeing Los Angeles, Jasmine is a changed woman and a Christian. She vows to attend church every Sunday, swears off married men, and begins her search for the soul mate she is sure God has on hold for her. Now living in the Big Apple, she has shed 25 pounds, shaved 10 years off her age, and filled her expensive apartment with designer clothes, all to begin her man-finding mission. She quickly meets her dream mate, a preacher, who falls head over heels in love with her. Surely, God is good! But things start slipping when another man from Jasmine's past refuses to stay there and an unexpected pregnancy threatens to sabotage all of her dreams. Will Jasmine's lying and scheming continue, or will she finally learn that honesty is the only path to redemption?
©2006 Victoria Christopher Murray; (P)2006 Blackstone Audio Inc.
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By Scottie in TX on 01-08-07

Don't Waste Your Credits

The narrarator for this book was awful. I gave it about 30 minutes and wanted my money back. As any audio lister knows, the narraration is what makes the book. Although, I'm sure Ms. Murphy's book was descent, the story teller was terrible.

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By Sylvia on 04-02-07

A Sin and A Shame

I like the book as a whole, But I could hear the reader say "stop" when she wanted to stop the recording. Sometimes I would hear her repeat the sentences 2 to 3 times to get it right. This took place on part 1 of the book, part 2 was done much better. I feel the recording should really be done over.
As far as the book, it reminds a person of GOD's love, forgiveness and mercy, which is a good thing.

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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