Book: God, is this Relationship Worth My Time?

Hey its been a while I mentioned a book on this site, today I want to introduce to you “God, is this Relationship Worth My Time?”

The book was published January 27, 2016 with just 99 pages so its an easy read. Here is a little bit about the book:

Pauline Goodman, is a realtor and the deacon’s wife. Mrs. Goodman, can’t seem to figure out what to do with her adulterous husband, Thomas. Pauline, loves her husband, however, Thomas has forgotten the importance of his vows as a husband. Will the marriage continue or fall apart? Lauren Moore, is working on her Master’s degree, but she has fallen for a college professor by the name of Johnathan that lives in Delaware, but she can’t seem to make the best decisions without the help of her wealthy parents. Will Lauren learn to make better decisions? Ashley Cooper, has lost control of her life, and can’t seem to find a solution. Ashley’s father has entered back into her life, but she can’t figure out the reason for his return, since he left her and the family when she was a young child. Finally, her college sweet heart has returned after he broke her heart years prior. What will Ashley do with all of the new issues in her life?

About the Author:

LaSheka L. Hollingsworth is an inspirational writer from Houston, TX. She holds a Masters of Public Administration from Walden University and a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice Wiley College In the Fall of 2004, she became a proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.

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