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The Pastor's Wife

Most men barely survive one mother, but Terrance Ellis has three -- his aunts. His grandmother Essie's sisters -- Eva, Dorothy Mae, and Mamie -- lovingly raised him after Essie died in a tragic accident. They made sure that troubled young Terrance got on the right path and made something of his life. And now that he's all grown up and the rising pastor of Houston's Lily Grove church, the endlessly argumentative sisters agree on one thing: Terrance needs to find...

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The Pastor's Wife

Most men barely survive one mother, but Terrance Ellis has three -- his aunts. His grandmother Essie's sisters -- Eva, Dorothy Mae, and Mamie -- lovingly raised him after Essie died in a tragic accident. They made sure that troubled young Terrance got on the right path and made something of his life. And now that he's all grown up and the rising pastor of Houston's Lily Grove church, the endlessly argumentative sisters agree on one thing: Terrance needs to find a wife. And not just any wife -- but the right young woman to stand beside him as First Lady of Lily Grove at the fast-approaching one-hundredth-year Christmas service.

Humble and handsome, Terrance is focused on preaching more than dating and has kindly fended off the advances of more than a few perfectly available ladies. So why, of all women, is outrageous, flirtatious Savannah McKinney drawing him in? Seeing Terrance falling under her seductive spell has got his aunts frantically matchmaking since time is running out and gossip is flying. Who will be the pastor's wife? Only heaven knows for sure...and before he finds her, some surprising and dramatic revelations are in store for Terrance, his congregation, and the three aunts who love him most in the world.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781416521662
  • Publisher: Gallery Books
  • Publication date: 11/20/2007
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 996,666
  • Product dimensions: 5.31 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

ReShonda Tate Billingsley is the #1 national bestselling author of numerous novels for adults, as well as the Good Girlz teen series. She recently won the NAACP Award for Outstanding Literary Work for Say Amen Again. She is also the author of the nonfiction book The Motherhood Diaries. Visit her website at ReShondaTateBillingsley.com.
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chapter 1

"Boy, you sho' can preach!" Chester Edwards let out a hearty laugh as he slammed his oversize palm on Terrance's back.

Even though he stood a good four inches taller than Chester's small, five-feet- eight frame, Terrance had to catch himself from falling over. He forced a smile and nodded at Chester. "Thank you, Brother Edwards. I try my best."

"Hmph, try? My handsome nephew just got a natural talent," Eva said as she brushed a piece of lint off Terrance's robe. She smiled, admiring his strong features, his smooth, coffee brown skin and cheekbones that could cut glass.

Mamie walked to the other side of Terrance and draped her arm through his. "And what else would you expect, Chester, when he was raised by four of the most wonderful women in the world?"

Terrance blushed. His aunts were so proud of him now. After his grandmother's death, they had stepped up their mothering roles. He'd worked hard to turn his life around. He had stood at his grandmother's funeral and promised God that he would make his grandmother proud.

Terrance dumped his friends, buckled down in school, and shocked everyone when on the one-year anniversary of Essie's death he said he wanted to give his life to God. He went on to college at Clark Atlanta University, then seminary school at Arkansas Baptist College. Not too long after moving back to Houston, he became pastor of Lily Grove Missionary Baptist Church.

Terrance couldn't help the warm feeling that filled his heart when he thought of how happy his grandmother would be to see him as a preacher, of all things, especially at Lily Grove, the church he'd grown up in.

Chester let out a grunt, bringing Terrance out of his thoughts. "It's a wonder that boy know how to do anything the way y'all old hens are fawning over him all the time like he's the Second Coming." Chester quickly looked at Terrance. "No disrespect, Pastor."

"None taken, Brother Edwards." Terrance chuckled. Both men stopped talking as a tall, older woman in a short, tiger-print miniskirt and satin-fringed shawl sauntered out of the sanctuary.

"Afternoon, Pastor," she said, trying to sound sexy. "That was a wonderful sermon you preached today."

"Thank you, Sister Florence." Terrance turned to the beautiful, young woman standing behind her. "Sister Savannah, did you enjoy the service today?"

Savannah nodded. "I did."

"Then why did you sleep through half of it?" Florence cackled as she tossed the strands from her honey blond wig out of her face.

Savannah looked uncomfortable, but quickly replied, "Grandma, you know I was not asleep."

"I don't know nothing but what I saw, and I saw your eyes closed."

Terrance smiled. "I'm sure Sister Savannah was just deep in prayer."

Savannah returned his smile. "That's exactly what I was doing, Pastor." Her eyes lit up as she looked him up and down.

Florence looked at her granddaughter strangely. "Girl, are you openly flirtin' with the pastor?" She laughed. "Please. Tell her, Reverend. As if she stood a snowball's chance of being with a man like you." Florence continued laughing, ignoring the hurt look across Savannah's face. "Come on here, gal. I done told you 'bout them pipe dreams. Like Reverend Ellis would even be caught dead with somebody like you," she mumbled as she made her way down the steps.

Savannah couldn't mask the hurt as she looked at Terrance. She seemed like she wanted to say something, but just clutched her purse tighter and took off after her grandmother.

"That's a doggone shame the way that woman does that child," Chester said as he watched them walk down the sidewalk.

"I guess we just invisible? She didn't even acknowledge us and we're standing right next to you," Eva snapped to Terrance. She turned up her nose. "And look at her." Florence had stopped and was wiggling to pull down her skirt, which had risen up her thighs. "What is that woman, sixty-five? And still trying to dress like she's twenty-one?"

Mamie echoed her sister's disgust. "She's looking like a broke-down Eartha Kitt. And got the nerve to think she's still sexy. Hussy. I don't know why she even bother coming to church. Like she even knows God."

"How do you know what's in her heart?" Terrance admonished.

"Whatever," Mamie said, blowing his question off. "What self-respecting, decent Christian woman, especially someone her age, comes to church in a tiger-print miniskirt?"

"I don't know," Chester replied, licking his lips as he watched Florence walk down the street. "I think she is nice-looking, and that body, Lord, have mercy."

"Don't you have to get home and feed your chickens, Chester?" Dorothy Mae snapped, her face suddenly becoming flush with anger.

"Pigeons. I got pigeons!" he snapped back.

"They're all the same," Dorothy Mae nonchalantly replied.

"They is not! You ever heard of Kentucky Fried Pigeon?" Chester stomped down the steps of Lily Grove. Dorothy Mae had hit a sore spot.

"And if you ever need to communicate with somebody and yo' telephone don't work, don't come asking to use my pigeons!" he called out as he stomped off.

"I promise you ain't got to ever worry about that!" Dorothy Mae yelled after him.

"Now, Dorothy Mae, why you agitating Chester like that?" Eva said, a smile forming across her wrinkle-free face. Eva was almost seventy, but could easily pass for fifty. Years of a careful regime of Dove soap and water had proved to be good to her.

"Cuz ever since he dumped her, she got to give him a hard time," Mamie cackled, her hefty frame jiggling as she teased her petite sister.

"He didn't dump me," Dorothy Mae protested. "It was the other way around and you know it. After Ernest died, God rest his soul, I couldn't keep Chester from sniffing around me. He wanted me, not the other way around."

"Excuse me, ladies, but as much as I would love to hear you all stand around and go at it all afternoon, I need to get going. Brother Edwards was the last one out of the church, I believe, and I, umm, I have some business I need to take care of."

All three pairs of eyes focused on Terrance. He got a temporary reprieve when his secretary, Raquel Mason, stuck her head out the sanctuary door.

"Pastor, I've wrapped everything up," she said, smiling when she saw the three women. "Hello, ladies." They all smiled back as they spoke.

"Will you be needing anything else?" Raquel asked.

"No, thank you," Terrance responded.

"Okay, I have to get home and fix dinner for Dolan."

"When are you gonna get that fiancé of yours to come to church?" Terrance asked.

"When hell freezes over," Mamie mumbled. Eva pushed her arm to get her to shut up.

Raquel either didn't hear her or chose to ignore her. "I'm working on it, Pastor. But you know how it is."

Terrance didn't press the issue because he knew that it was a sore spot with his faithful secretary. It hurt his heart to see the pain in her eyes when she talked about the man she was set to marry in less than five months. But she would never really open up to Terrance about it, so there wasn't much he could do.

"Well, you all have a blessed day. I parked out back." Raquel waved as she walked back inside the church.

She had barely closed the door when Eva turned back to her nephew. "Now, back to you. What kind of business do you have on a Sunday afternoon other than dinner with us?" Eva was trying not to let her attitude show.

Terrance normally spent Sunday afternoons having dinner and visiting with his aunts. It had broken Eva's heart that he'd gotten his own place when he moved back to Houston. The only thing that soothed her was that it wasn't far from her.

"I just have something I need to take care of," Terrance softly responded. Even though he was twenty-nine years old and an esteemed pastor, his aunts still had a way of making him feel like a little boy.

"I know you ain't got a date you haven't told us about," Mamie said.

Terrance bit his lip. He knew at some point in his life he was going to have to cut the apron strings his aunts had tied firmly around his neck. "For your information, I do."

"With who?" all three women asked in unison.

"I don't know why you all feel like my dates need your stamp of approval," Terrance said, trying not to let his frustrations show.

He didn't date much and had never brought anyone home to meet his family. It's not that he couldn't get women. On the contrary, he never had a hard time attracting women. Truthfully, he just had a lot of demons he was dealing with, so a serious relationship wasn't on his radar. And the few women he met that he did like could never measure up to the "Lily Grove" standard anyway.

"Now, Terrance, that is so unfair of you to act like we don't want you to find a woman," Eva said. "Remember, I tried to set you up with Sister Eloise's daughter."

Terrance caught himself from rolling his eyes. "Yeah, the girl with the stuttering problem. Look, I don't want to have this conversation again. If and when it looks like this date is going anywhere, I'll bring her home to meet you all. Until then" -- he leaned in and kissed each woman gently on the cheek -- "get you some business and stay out of mine." He smiled widely, while they narrowed their eyes in disapproval.

"I know, I know" -- he laughed as he walked off -- "as if that would ever happen."

Copyright © 2007 by ReShonda Tate Billingsley

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Introduction

Reader's Group Guide for The Pastor's Wife by ReShonda Tate Billingsley

Description

Handsome and charismatic pastor Terrance Ellis is beloved by the Lily Grove Baptist Church community. Terrance's commitment to his work leaves little time for romance and, to the dismay of his congregation and his family, he is almost thirty and still a bachelor. While the church elders and his elderly aunts vow to find Terrance a wife before the church's upcoming hundredth anniversary Christmas celebration, Terrance tentatively begins dating Savannah, a woman with a checkered past and a provocative style. As he gets to know Savannah, however, his relationship with his secretary, Raquel, begins to change in unexpected ways. One way or another, Terrance seems on his way to settling down, but the long-buried secret Savannah uncovers threatens to destroy Terrance's career and his chance at love.

Questions for Discussion

1. The church elders are extremely concerned that Terrance isn't in a relationship, going so far as to suggest hiring an actress to portray his girlfriend. Aunt Mamie says, "They think if you're thirty and single, something's wrong." Why are the elders so focused on Terrance's marital status? How is their concern different from that of his aunts?

2. Terrance's friend Monty believes that Terrance can be a father to his child without marrying the mother. Do you think Terrance's decision to marry Savannah if she is pregnant is right? Why or why not?

3. Terrance's aunt Mamie tells Savannah, "People can change. We don't believe you can." Do you agree with Mamie that some people are incapable of change? Do you think that under the right circumstancesanyone can change?

4. In what ways do Terrance's shortcomings help him to be a better pastor and a better man?

5. Were Terrance's aunts right to interfere so much with his love life? Did your opinion of them change as events unfolded?

6. If you've read Billingsley's novels Everybody Say Amen and Let the Church Say Amen, you'll recognize Rachel Jackson Adams, the first lady of Zion Hill who gives a speech at Lily Grove's Christmas brunch. What parallels do you see between Savannah and Rachel? Why do you think Billingsley included Rachel in this novel?

7. What did you think about the relationship between Raquel and Dolan? Did it realistically portray the horror of domestic violence? How did you feel about the dramatic way their relationship finally ended?

8. When Terrance reveals his secret and ends his relationship with Savannah for good, Savannah says, "I just needed someone like Terrance in my life and people would stop putting me down so much....I know I try to act like it doesn't, but it hurts and I just wanted a different life." Do you have any sympathy for Savannah? Did she genuinely think a relationship with Terrance would transform her? Do you believe she will truly "find herself"?

9. How does Grandmother Florence's past influence Savannah's behavior? How is it ironic that at the end of the novel, Terrance's aunts are more forgiving than Florence?

10. What did you think about Terrance after learning the secret he'd kept for fourteen years? Do you agree that, as Eva says, "[T]his is worse than any prison [he] could've been in"? Do you believe that he has been punished enough?

11. What does this novel seem to say about the nature of forgiveness and acceptance?

Activities to Enhance Your Book Club

1. Host a cozy potluck Sunday brunch or dinner (with or without Savannah's notorious hot wings). Visit www.food network.com and prepare tasty dishes featured in the novel, such as chicken Alfredo and lasagna.

2. Tyler Perry's films contain many of the same themes found in Billingsley's books, such as spiritual awakening and humorous family drama. Host a movie night and watch the blockbusters Diary of a Mad Black Woman and Madea's Family Reunion. Cast The Pastor's Wife and discuss who you'd like to see play the characters from the novel.

3. Learn more about the author and her upcoming tours and projects at the comprehensive website www.reshondatate billingsley.com.

ReShonda Tate Billingsley is the author of the nonfiction book Help!  I've Turned into My Mother and six previous adult novels: My Brother's Keeper, for which she received the prestigious Gold Pen Award for Best New Author from the Black Writer's Alliance and the Nova Lee Nation Award from the Greater Dallas Writing Association; the national bestseller and #1 Essence bestseller Let the Church Say Amen, chosen for Library Journal's Best of 2004 list for Christian fiction; I Know I've Been Changed, a main Selection of the Black Expressions Book Club and #1 Dallas Morning News bestseller; the sequel to Let the Church Say Amen and a USA Today 2007 ?Summer Sizzler? and Essence bestseller Everybody Say Amen; The Pastor's Wife, also an Essence bestseller and Can I Get A Witness.  Her previous teen novels are Friends 'Til The End, Fair-Weather Friends, Getting Even, With Friends Like These, Blessings in Disguise, and Nothing But Drama, all available from Pocket Books.  She is also a contributor to the anthology Have a Little Faith.  She welcomes readers to her websites at www.reshondatatebillingsley.com.

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Reader's Group Guide for The Pastor's Wife by ReShonda Tate Billingsley

Description

Handsome and charismatic pastor Terrance Ellis is beloved by the Lily Grove Baptist Church community. Terrance's commitment to his work leaves little time for romance and, to the dismay of his congregation and his family, he is almost thirty and still a bachelor. While the church elders and his elderly aunts vow to find Terrance a wife before the church's upcoming hundredth anniversary Christmas celebration, Terrance tentatively begins dating Savannah, a woman with a checkered past and a provocative style. As he gets to know Savannah, however, his relationship with his secretary, Raquel, begins to change in unexpected ways. One way or another, Terrance seems on his way to settling down, but the long-buried secret Savannah uncovers threatens to destroy Terrance's career and his chance at love.

Questions for Discussion

1. The church elders are extremely concerned that Terrance isn't in a relationship, going so far as to suggest hiring an actress to portray his girlfriend. Aunt Mamie says, "They think if you're thirty and single, something's wrong." Why are the elders so focused on Terrance's marital status? How is their concern different from that of his aunts?

2. Terrance's friend Monty believes that Terrance can be a father to his child without marrying the mother. Do you think Terrance's decision to marry Savannah if she is pregnant is right? Why or why not?

3. Terrance's aunt Mamie tells Savannah, "People can change. We don't believe you can." Do you agree with Mamie that some people are incapable of change? Do you think that under the right circumstances anyone can change?

4. In what ways do Terrance's shortcomings help him to be a better pastor and a better man?

5. Were Terrance's aunts right to interfere so much with his love life? Did your opinion of them change as events unfolded?

6. If you've read Billingsley's novels Everybody Say Amen and Let the Church Say Amen, you'll recognize Rachel Jackson Adams, the first lady of Zion Hill who gives a speech at Lily Grove's Christmas brunch. What parallels do you see between Savannah and Rachel? Why do you think Billingsley included Rachel in this novel?

7. What did you think about the relationship between Raquel and Dolan? Did it realistically portray the horror of domestic violence? How did you feel about the dramatic way their relationship finally ended?

8. When Terrance reveals his secret and ends his relationship with Savannah for good, Savannah says, "I just needed someone like Terrance in my life and people would stop putting me down so much....I know I try to act like it doesn't, but it hurts and I just wanted a different life." Do you have any sympathy for Savannah? Did she genuinely think a relationship with Terrance would transform her? Do you believe she will truly "find herself"?

9. How does Grandmother Florence's past influence Savannah's behavior? How is it ironic that at the end of the novel, Terrance's aunts are more forgiving than Florence?

10. What did you think about Terrance after learning the secret he'd kept for fourteen years? Do you agree that, as Eva says, "[T]his is worse than any prison [he] could've been in"? Do you believe that he has been punished enough?

11. What does this novel seem to say about the nature of forgiveness and acceptance?

Activities to Enhance Your Book Club

1. Host a cozy potluck Sunday brunch or dinner (with or without Savannah's notorious hot wings). Visit www.food network.com and prepare tasty dishes featured in the novel, such as chicken Alfredo and lasagna.

2. Tyler Perry's films contain many of the same themes found in Billingsley's books, such as spiritual awakening and humorous family drama. Host a movie night and watch the blockbusters Diary of a Mad Black Woman and Madea's Family Reunion. Cast The Pastor's Wife and discuss who you'd like to see play the characters from the novel.

3. Learn more about the author and her upcoming tours and projects at the comprehensive website www.reshondatate billingsley.com.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2008

    Good plot...bad message

    I did not like this book at all. It was well written, and interesting, but I felt like it gave a wrong message. The Pastor looking for a wife was not allowing God to guide his life at all. Up to Chapter 26 'the point at which I stopped reading. I don't recall him ever asking God to show him whether any of the women he was interested in were right for him. Secondly, I did not appreciate the way he treated Savannah. She was foul to blackmail him, but I felt like she started out as a rough girl with potential. I thought Billingsley would show how you didn't have to be prissy, or people's golden image of what a Pastor's Wife should be, in order to be a Pastor's wife. No one in this entire novel gave Savannah a chance. Everyone told her she wasn't good enough. And the way the Pastor treated her just validated that. I feel like the author just thew in the blackmail to justify everyone else treating her rotten. Maybe if the author hadn't set Savannah up as an inherently good person at the beginning I wouldn't feel so strongly about it. Can't even say much about the chick who eventually became Terrence's wife. As far as characters go she was pretty bland. Needless to say, I was not impressed. I don't see what anyone could learn from this story.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2008

    Not a Good One

    This has got to be the most boring book that I have ever read. If you can, borrow it. Do not buy it, it wasn't worth the money

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2008

    Awful

    This book was not good at all. I didn't enjoy this book. I thought when I read the synopsis on this I was looking forward to reading a good Christian story that would uplift me and I wasn't. This book truly symbolized that Christian are all fake and just go to church to get a man and talking about other people. I was not impress with the so-called pastor Terrance she was the phony pastor I have read. What pastor lets certain women do nasty ungodly thing in there church. You want to know what really made this book interesting was the aunts in the story. Also, what pastor would let a woman blackmail him to marry her in order for her to keep his secret. I glad that I don't go to a church like this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2008

    get it from the library

    This was not one of her best. I did not enjoy the story line at all....the story really lacked purpose and I am still trying to figure out what the moral to the story was...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2008

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    4 ½ Star Read... Terrance Ellis is a man of God. He loves the Lord and all that He has created. Terrance is a family man who respects the women that made him - his three aunts. He is the Shepard of one of Houston¿s progressive churches, over 25 and single. The deacons of the church believe Terrance should be married before the church celebrates its 100th Christmas service. His aunts are determined to help him find the perfect mate before time runs out. Terrance is trying to hear God¿s voice and may fall for the devil¿s bride if he isn¿t careful. The race to get Terrance married will unveil all the dirt that church folks do. ReShonda does what she does best ¿ execute an extraordinary story. The characters are everyday people that attend church with you. They speak their minds do the unspeakable and plot to get the man of their dreams all while helping others get closer to God. Even though some parts of the story are predictable the constant drama will force you to read one more chapter before going to bed. Revive your senses, as THE PASTOR¿S WIFE will make you laugh out loud, cry your eyes out and re-evaluate your love life. Deltareviewer Reviewing for Real Page Turners

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