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Posted February 22, 2013
Everbody can relate to this story. You won't be able to put this book down until you are finished reading the last word. It will remind you we all need go trust in God,and he will send us the perfect soulmate.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 16, 2013
Successful, got it going on, single, social worker, Denise Reese is like an untold number of women today - she's in love. However, Denise discovers two years into their relationship, that Darren is a married man. Now she must decide whether to follow her heart or her convictions. To make matters worse, Denise is estranged from her church and her Seventh Day Adventist faith. When she evaluates her life and her immoral relationship, she follows the advice of her mother and returns to her church family for solace and healing. Immediately she feels the attraction of the handsome, debonair and dashing Pastor Davis. Enter the nosy, trouble starting, loud mouth, Sister Clay and you have all the makings for an entertaining, eventful and engaging story.
Rose Jackson-Beavers delivers a story laced with spiritual nuggets and biblical truths. You are sure to finish this story with the assurance that God really does hear even A Sinner's Cry.
Posted February 13, 2013
This story had a lot of promise but Denise is just stupid. The warning signs were everywhere that she was dealing with a married man. She had several degrees but absolutely no common sense. Why did she have such a hard time telling Darren no? His wife certainly told her too many times to leave her husband alone. I mean, how can a woman be engaged to a married man. That was just plain stupid. What does it take for her. Come on!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 28, 2012
What do you get when you find a woman in love? You get one with a lot of problems when she is in love with a married man. Denise is in love wit the wrong man. After two years of being with the guy of her dreams she finds out from a simple phone call that her relationship is bogus, so she calls her mother for comfort. Denise's mother recommends a return to church to cleanse her soul. She returns with trepidation. At church she finds as many problems as one would find anywhere else. But she must remember that a church is like a hospital, harboring the sick. Denise is faced with so much drama she is becoming exhausted. She's being stalked, talked about and misled. But she keeps going to church because she is encouraged. She meets the new single preacher who's replaced the old one from her past. This one is fine and sexy and is attracted to Denise. But the church gossiper--, well thats another story. A Sinner's Cry is an excellent book of love, romance, redemption, grace and about finding peace with God. Rose has written a compelling Christian stroy that will keep you turning the pages. If you like Christian or romance books, this is one you don't want to overlook.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 3, 2012
After dating Darren for two years, Denise finds out he is married. To say that she is devastated would be an understatement. There is only one person she wants to talk to right now and that is her mother. Mrs. Reese tells her she should go to church so she can get her spiritual life back in order; even though she sinned, God forgives.
Denise decides to take her mom’s advice. While attending church, Denise notices that there are some changes that have been made at Shiloh Seventh Day Adventist Church. Pastor James Davis is new to the church. He is single and fine. Denise, though, is not interested in Pastor Davis because she feels that because she is a sinner she’s not good enough to be a pastor’s wife.
What does God have in store for Denise to get her through this Christian journey?
This book was a good vessel. I highly recommend “A Sinner’s Cry.” I especially enjoyed the history of the Seventh Day Adventist.
Reviewed by: Carmen
Posted June 4, 2013
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