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I enjoyed this book so much, I love howits focused on reality and actually quoting the bible well. I will be buying the rest of the new day series and the still divas book series as well.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 19, 2013
All i can say is omg. Such a great series, E. N Joy did her thing with this series. Each book is a page turner and so relatable. Im a Christian myself and my pastor tells us all the time that the christian walk is not going to be easy. God allows us to go through trials and tribulations for a reason. God has a plan for all of our lives and no matter what happens we must alaways put God first, put our trust in him and let Him lead the way.
This book series gives us an idea of just that.
Im on book 4 now wish they had it for the nook. But i cant wait to read 5 and the Still Divas series :))))
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Posted December 5, 2010
In SHE WHO FINDS A HUSBAND written by E.N. Joy readers are introduced to members of New Day Temple of Faith Church Singles Ministry. Mother Doreen, the loving, wise Christian mother that she is, tries to help the single sisters in the church as they dwell on their past relationships.
Sister Tamara, Sister Paige and Sister Deborah are all basically singing the same hymn. Sister Tamara is bitter about her ex. She has unresolved issues with her family. And while she's been forthcoming with being a divorcee, she hasn't exactly been honest about all of the details surrounding her marriage. Will Sister Tamara unlock the past?
Sister Paige is hard at work dating in hopes of finding the one. A serial dater, she quickly finds a flaw and is off to the next candidate without any hope of a reprieve. When she finds what appears to be Mr. Right, a secret could be what keeps them apart.
Sister Deborah has shown herself approved. When the church doors open, she's there. If she can witness to anyone, she's there. Unfortunately at alter call, Sister Deborah has refused to lay her burden's down. Is there forgiveness in her future?
SHE WHO FINDS A HUSBAND was just an okay read. Truthfully, I found myself very caught up in the scriptures, but at the same time perturbed with the shenanigans of the church people. I understand that every story needs conflict, but it just felt as if some of the 'drama' was unnecessary.
The editing is horrible. In one chapter, it ends. The sentence is incomplete and when you turn the page, it's a whole new chapter. At this point it's mindless to keep repeating that URBAN needs to pride themselves on using quality editors. Funny, one of the characters was an editor. Perhaps Carl Weber should give Sister Deborah a call!
Posted March 22, 2010
E N Joy is truly a writer who loves the word of God and lives by it. When reading She Who Finds a Husband you rediscover many stereotypes the church displays to their congregation. Many of us who have grown up with certain beliefs know that the church is where you go for salvation and refuge not for man seeking. The woman in this church simply wanted a strong biblical man to love and some just wanted a man. This story had a hilarious tale that I enjoyed reading and being about to relate so many situations and remarks. I too have heard my family members or associates state phrases in the church that clearly screamed I want a man. I feel that some readers would enjoy this light read. I do feel that it needed more of a climax and more suspense to keep my full attention. I do however feel the entire series will be great for E N Joy