Title: Sin Of A Woman A Reverend Curtis Black novel

Author: Kimberla Lawson Roby

Length: 312

Source: Library loan

Publisher: Grand Central Publishing/Hatchette Group

Release date: June 2017

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Summary: After her very public divorce from Dillon, Raven Black is recovering nicely. Dillon has done everything he can to discredit her, but Raven has learned from her mistakes and him. In fact, she’s intent on using every bit of Dillon’s revenge and betrayal, as she prepares to take what is hers and more. Her ambitions have never been so great , and Raven always knows how to get what she wants. She also won’t allow nothing or anyone to get in her way.

She has become her ex husband in more ways than one and is slowly leading those connected to her down a terrible path of destruction. But playing with the lives of innocent people has dire consequences-the kind that Raven won’t see coming. Raven, of all people, should know that what happens in the dark will eventually come to light… and there’s only so far you can run before your past catches up to you.

My thoughts: Kimberla Lawson Roby is at her moment of success again! The Reverend Curtis Black series are very hard to deny. After each and every book you finish, you just can’t wait to read another. That reminds me, I need to write her an email and request another book in the series. I am excited for another adventure into the lives of the Black family.

Raven is perhaps one of the most conniving and deceitful characters in the series besides Dillon. And to think that she has cut herself off from sin and temptation when she has in fact followed in his footsteps. One lie after another. Destroying the reputation of another. This gets even better- her hunger for power, fame, and fortune. Her unbiblical choice to become a lead pastor of her own church brings her to lusting a position at the top. It only takes acts of drama, a false proclamation of her love for Christ, and false pretenses to win the respect form many. Hard work truly pays off and grants success to…

Those who don’t sin. Raven being the founder of a church that she could call her own was a great accomplishemnt in the eyes of many. She was granted fame and fortune. Little did she know that her church would one day collapse, just one brick at a time. God will not ket her sin successfully.

 

 

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