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My Soul Then Sings (Urban Books) by Michelle…

My Soul Then Sings (Urban Books)

by Michelle Lindo-Rice

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Every time I think that author Michelle Lindo-Rice can't surprise me anymore, she proves me wrong. The way she spins a story not only entertains you, they educate you and start conversations. This book was an emotional rollercoaster for me, as I could truly identify with the characters. One thing I love about this book as much as the others, is that it nourishes your soul. The scriptures are some that I can always apply in my everyday dealings. The ending absolutely blew me away, and I hope that there will be a part 3.
This story is well written, the characters are very relatable, and the story flows easily. You will find yourself not wanting to put the book down to do anything else, so don't put your dinner on, because you might burn it. I would recommend this book to any and everyone looking for a good read!

Once again author Lindo-Rice, I give you a standing ovation! ( )
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Is there a sin not worth confessing? Ryan Oakes is keeping a huge secret, one that threatens his relationships with both his wife and son. As a new convert, his Conscience prods him to tell the truth but Ryan decides to employ every trick in the book to keep from confessing. But, when his marriage begins to suffer, he is forced to come clean. But at what cost? Patricia Oakes is troubled by her husband's unusual interest in Karlie Knightly. She is reminded that the only time Ryan cheated on her it was with Tiffany, Karlie's mother. While she grapples with her fears, she can't help but be flattered by Timothy Newhouse, a fellow surgeon on an especially difficult case. Will she seek solace in another man's arms? Can a male and female be truly platonic? Karlie Knightly's boyfriend, Jamaal Weathers is pressuring her to have sex and Karlie isn't trying to displease God. On top of that, brutal reviews on her debut song cite her as too sweet and inexperienced. Luckily, her best friend, Brian Oakes has the perfect suggestion to help her find her edge. Against everyone's advice, Karlie and Brian begin an adventure, which draws them closer. Will she uphold the commitment she made to God? Brian Oakes is enjoying college life and in particular, college girls. When Karlie discovers his deepest secret, he realizes he feels more for her than just a friend. Will Brian reform his ways and grab his chance at true love?--Back cover.… (more)

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