Hot Drama Tuesday

Hot Drama Tuesday, a collection of page turners sure to have you talking

Love Like Hallelujah (Hallelujah Love series Book 2)

by  Lutishia Lovely

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With infidelity behind them, Tai’s marriage to her pastor husband, King, is stronger than ever. Even when King’s ex-lover, Tootie, comes back to town, Tai keeps her cool. . .until she hears Tootie has a teenage son no one knew existed–a son who could be King’s. Tai is determined to know who the boy’s father is, and enlists the help of her best friend Vivian to find out the truth. But what they discover is more than either of them ever wanted to know.

Vivian must also deal with the return of her husband’s former assistant, a woman who believes that if it wasn’t for Vivian, she would have been first lady of Kingdom Citizens Christian Center. Millicent’s back too, just in time for the marriage of Hope and Cy, the man she thought she’d be marrying. So what happens when love feels more like harried hell instead of hallelujah? There’s only one way to find out click for more

The Preacher and The Prostitute

by Brenda Barrett

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Maribel struggled to forget her past, when she dabbled in prostitution, made porn videos and was a nude poster girl. She became a Christian and made a decision to use her singing talent to glorify God. However, she quickly realized that a young, single, attractive, talented girl was never going to remain unnoticed at church.

First, she captures the attention of a jealous church sister who is determined to dig into her mysterious past and then the new pastor who seemed to reciprocate her affection. After falling in love with him, her past rears its ugly head and Maribel realizes that she has to tell her new found love the truth about her history before she can accept his marriage proposal. Can a preacher and an ex- prostitute be happy together? click for more

The Bishop’s Daughter

by Tiffany L. Warren

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Darrin Bainbridge is your typical playboy in need of love, but not yet ready. He is a freelance journalist trying to break his big story. After a visit from his mother, Darrin gets an idea. He has heard all kinds of stories about “Hollywood” ministers who hold their church services on television, live in nice houses, drive nice cars, and have lots of money and women. Darrin is disgusted by it all especially when his mother Priscilla starts shouting praises for Atlanta Bishop Kumal Prentiss. Darrin decides to go to Atlanta, become a member of the bishop’s church, and expose him for the hustling fraud that he believes he is. He just never planned on falling in love with the Bishop’s daughter.

Darrin suddenly finds himself torn between his new found friend and his possible big break. click for more

Everybody in the Church Ain’t Saved

Meet the members of the Love, Joy, Peace and Deliverance Community Choir, a group of young adults joined together through their passion for singing the Lord’s praises–although their hearts are far from the things of God.
Patrice Russell was raised in the church, but she is hell bent on living like the devil, not even trying to get help for the sex addiction she knows she has.
Lorene McCall has been Patrice’s best friend since childhood. When she’s not singing, Lorene is cussin’ like a sailor. Then she meets the man who inspires her to turn her life around.
When an enemy from his past shows up to settle a score, Glen Pearson is out to win by any means necessary, even if it means violating the woman he loves.
Dwayne Mitchell is battling with his sexual identity. When his mother makes a startling confession on her deathbed, Dwayne promises to stop allowing men to use his body. How long will he be able to hold to that promise?
They may be faithful churchgoers, but this group proves that everybody in the church ain’t saved! click for more

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