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Publisher's Summary

Essence best-selling author Victoria Christopher Murray populates her compelling faith-based novels with engaging characters. Sins of the Mother stars Jasmine Larson Bush, a young woman who thought she had finally outrun her scandalous former life. Now a loving wife and mother, her world is shattered when her four-year-old daughter is kidnapped. Are sins from her past finally catching up to her?
©2010 Victoria Christopher Murray (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
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“Victoria is one of our best … an excellent storyteller.” (Eric Jerome Dickey, New York Times best-selling author)
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By ILoveMyAudibleKindle on 06-25-17

Jasmine still unlikeable poor hosea

listened to this on audible. the narrator did a good job.

Storyline
pace falters in places, unnecessarily wordy and repetitive and it's easy to get distracted. it was unnecessarily drawn out with repetitive inner monologues. overall a decent listen

random thoughts-

even through this horrible situation jasmine was still an unlikeable character and hosea still garnered your sympathies as did others who were a part of the bush family. I was left wondering again if Jasmine loves Hosea or just loves being a first lady.

the alexis/brian arc was uninteresting-alexis' character is still unlikeable. maybe if her character took accountability for the outcome of her situation then maybe, but I doubt it. the character was created as a judgemental, close minded person, ridiculous and remained that way with no growth thus far. What was the draw to her for Brian? Did he just enjoy chasing a woman? There relationship didn't make sense in this book for me.
alexis, jasmine and kyla remind me of a description i saw on social media called the petty olympics.

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By Candy on 08-13-16

Long but good

i liked it was good read it did get boring in many spots. But still a good read.

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