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Sheena's Dilemma
     

Sheena's Dilemma

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by Reign
 
Sheena's Dilemma: It's Better To Marry Than To Burn, is the third installment in the Dilemma Series that features lifelong friends Ivy, Jade, Sheena, and Miranda - four women from Camden, New Jersey who navigate the rugged terrains of life through their faith in God to prevail over unpredictable circumstances. Sheena Daniels, the naturally beautiful and over

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Sheena's Dilemma: It's Better To Marry Than To Burn, is the third installment in the Dilemma Series that features lifelong friends Ivy, Jade, Sheena, and Miranda - four women from Camden, New Jersey who navigate the rugged terrains of life through their faith in God to prevail over unpredictable circumstances. Sheena Daniels, the naturally beautiful and over opinionated protagonist who was first introduced in Ivy's Dilemma: Thy Will Be Done, as the government lawyer, has been afraid to commit romantically to her co-worker and friend, Jason Jackson. Sheena realizes that love is more than just feelings, and finally deciphers her way to true love and happiness while healing from injuries she sustained from a brutal attack.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780978897703
Publisher:
Dreams Publishing
Publication date:
02/01/2008
Series:
Dilemmas Ser.
Pages:
204
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.47(d)
Age Range:
17 Years

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Sheena's Dilemma 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
"Sheena's Dilemma" is the third installment in the Dilemma series. Finally, readers meet Sheena Daniels, a 31-year-old virgin, who just so happens to be in love with Jason Jackson, her closest male friend, who is a Muslim. Because of the differences in their religions Sheena knows that she and Jason can't be anything more than friends. Frustrated and disgusted, Jason moves to Atlanta and has sworn off their friendship. Devastated by this turn of events, Sheena attempts to move forward with her life. She befriends Josephine, a woman from her job; bowling may not be the only thing these two have in common. As confusion and betrayal sets in, Sheena fears that she'll be all alone as her friends move forward in their lives. After being brutally attacked, Sheena has some life changing views about marriage. Will she discover that the love she's been longing for in the form of Marshall, a friend?

Sheena is joined by lifelong friends, Ivy, Jade and Miranda. Jade, a newlywed, is content in her newfound happiness. Miranda, who is dealing with her mother's cancer, has found herself a good man. Will her career ambitions be costly? Ivy, recently widowed, is enjoying the rebuilding of her home and her children. However, when she learns that Bill is around for a reason, will they be able to make things fit?

"Sheena's Dilemma: It's Better To Marry Than Burn," while a satisfying read, was a little too preachy and lagged on substance. We've had the pleasure of meeting the ladies prior, yet I don't feel as though they were enmeshed in this story and felt like it was rushed and missing key components. I am still a very much a fan of the series and I do hope that Reign will consider bringing Pastor Owens' story out!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sheena Daniels is very beautiful and practice law. She was raised in the ways of the Lord and for years no matter the trail or tribulation. Caught between affection of two men, who will she choose. After a dreadful event takes place Sheena depends on her girls Ivy, Miranda, and Jade for moral support and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for guidance. Sheena's Dilemma was a phenomenal christian fiction. I read this novel in one day. Characters are very believable, didn't want the story to end. Mrs. Reign is a wonderful storyteller. KUDOS!!!!! Tangerine, Reader's Paradise Book Club