Motivational speaker and best-selling author Vanessa Davis Griggs pens moving tales that mix the stylings of Jan Karon and Terry McMillan. Faith Alexandria Morrell and her two sisters guard a dark secret. Needing direction, they join a local megachurch, where they meet people with problems of their own.More
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Godly characters with real world problems!
God is good!!
Blessed Trinity is my first book by Vanessa Griggs and now I plan to get every one in this series. I thoroughly enjoyed her Godly characters, the story line and how they dealt with worldly problems by holding on to their faith. I must admit, I am hooked and will be purchasing anything she writes.
I am a newby to audible books but I thoroughly enjoyed Caroline's reading!
Johnnie Mae was the most memorable charactor for me because she was so well rounded and yet her center was grounded in God!
Worst Book Ever- Waste of a Credit
Based on my experience with this book, I don't think that I'll be trying another book from Vanessa Griggs.
The headings or scritpures that were read before each chapter began could've been left out. Also, she could have included more details on what happened with Johnny May's mother, Pastor Landriss's brother, Charity(Faith and Hope), and the other ministers that were set out for Pastor Landriss's demise. There were too many gaps.
Caroline Clay is a great reader. She gives each character so much feeling and distinction. I love anything she reads.
I think I would have cut out the beginning where they were at the anniversary celebration. It was too confusing beginning in the middle only to go backwards. I would also elaborate more on Johnny May's sister Rachel and her other house along with the radio station. Did Pastor Landriss get his money back? Did the guy serve jail time? What happened?
This was a waste of a credit. I was disappointed from beginning to end and I would like to get my credit back so that I may purchase a book that I will enjoy.
- Deimara Macon