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Mercy, Mercy Me

by Ronn Elmore

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Elmore's Mercy, Mercy Me is a slick soap opera about Dwayne Grandison, an Angeleno and Christian counselor whose pop approach gets him onto the network of TV evangelist Beverlyn Boudreaux. He starts to become famous but still grieves for his dead wife, so Beverlyn's other-than-spiritual attractions are not quite satisfying. He finds himself drawn to Nina Jordan, another counselor who is as beautiful as Beverlyn but not so glitzy. Then Dwayne is accused of being gay, which in his business is not an asset.
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Unable to get over the death of his wife, psychotherapist Dwayne Gradison meets former actress and Christian Nina Jordan but finds he is unable to pursue his feelings for her, a situation that is tested by his subsequent relationship with a scandalous evangelistic performer.

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