God knows, I sincerely enjoyed reading and reviewing Lakisha Johnson‘s book. The characters remind this reader of too many familiar others, albeit, her characters were difficult to imagine. Johnson is a good storyteller! Her tone and pace meld well with the tone she sets from one scene to the next.
On the first impression, I’m happy to find a Christian author/church pastor with more than a dozen books published under her belt. I’m thrilled she is one of the UBAWA’s top 100 authors. Her writing speaks to real life marital and family relationships in a down-to-earth-African-American style, using prayer and the word of God to anchor her forward driven character narratives. It is apparent (to this blogger/book reviewer) that Johnson’s target audiences consist of Bible-believing-church-going-carnal-minded Christians, and it’s clear to me that she writes for the pleasures of her readers.
Throughout her chapters, Johnson wields a global mirror before…
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