Somebody's Knocking At My Door by Francis Ray
I enjoyed reading Somebody's Knocking At My Door. It was a triumphant love story of three couples that illustrates how you can find peace in the present from a troubled past. Kristen Wakerfield who is from a loving and solid family finds love with Rafe Crawford a loner, who feels he has a meaningless life due to an abusive father. Angelique Fleming who was abandoned by her father at an early age and sent to several foster homes finds love with Damien Broussard an upscale lawyer. Claudette Laurent a middle-aged heir of (family) insurance brokerage firm, finds love with Jacques Broussard a widower, and owner of an art gallery and father of Damien Broussard.
Review given by Betta Pruitt--Vice President
No One Is Innocent by Gayle Tiller
This was the author's first novel and was enjoyable to read. She gives a description of every character you meet. The story line was okay, the twist was interesting and she tied it up pretty good. I recommend this book.
Review given by Karen Rawlings--Events Coordinator
Healing the Breach by Rosalind Stormer
I really enjoyed this book. The book is quite different from any other book
I've read. The reason it's different is because of the bible scriptures throughout the book ( I like that). It's both a Christian and contemporary fiction novel. The book is about a 20 year friendship between Jana and Grace, and the negative things that have happened between the two of them. What I like most about the book is how the author does not go from character to character throughout the book. Instead, the author tells Jana's story in chapters 1-7 and Grace's story in chapters 8-13. I feel most everyone will be able to relate to this book. This book has helped me to forgive, understand, and learn to pray for friends, family and co-workers who have not been nice to me.
On a scale of 1-5, I give "Healing the Breach" a 4. I look forward to reading more books by Rosalind Stormer.
Review given by Collean Payne--Corresponding Seceretary
No More Mr. Nice Guy by C. Kelly Robinson
This was a love story told from a man's point of view. The male character
Mitchell Stone was a Mr. Nice Guy and his interest was Niki Coleman who he had known since high school. To get her attention he changed his ways of being a nice to a dawg. A love story from a man's point of view.
Review give by Betta Pruitt---Vice President