Sin No More (Reverend Curtis Black Series #5)

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A man who once thrived on wickedness and counted on forgiveness, Curtis Black has changed his ways. Back in the heart of his congregation and his family, he will no longer stray from the beaten path. Or so he's promised his long-suffering wife, Charlotte.

But the sins of the past have strange ways of coming to light. First, Curtis's former mistress shows up with their newborn baby daughter—named Curtina—and insists that Curtis be a part of their lives. Charlotte has forbidden ...

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Overview

A man who once thrived on wickedness and counted on forgiveness, Curtis Black has changed his ways. Back in the heart of his congregation and his family, he will no longer stray from the beaten path. Or so he's promised his long-suffering wife, Charlotte.

But the sins of the past have strange ways of coming to light. First, Curtis's former mistress shows up with their newborn baby daughter—named Curtina—and insists that Curtis be a part of their lives. Charlotte has forbidden her husband to have anything to do with them, but the trouble is, Curtis's newfound conscience is leading him to have uncomfortable thoughts of responsibility.

Also, the interim pastor who took over while Curtis was on a book tour is threatening blackmail. He's gotten too used to life at the pulpit and will do everything in his power to stay there.

Meanwhile, Charlotte has her own previous transgressions to deal with. The man who claims to be her son's biological father has turned up and wants to make amends for the past thirteen years. If Charlotte gives in to his increasing requests, she may lose the only child she has left.

However, Curtis and Charlotte have been through too much together to give up now. They must work harder than ever—as a mother and a father, as husband and wife—to save their family, their marriage, and their souls.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly

Flawed Rev. Curtis Black returns in Roby's latest melodrama (following Love and Lies). The repentant, 46-year-old Curtis has finally made amends with his 31-year-old wife, Charlotte: she's forgiven him for his five-year affair with Tabitha, but forbids him from seeing Tabitha or the infant daughter he fathered with her. An enraged Tabitha harasses Curtis, stalks Charlotte around their hometown of Mitchell, Ill., and threatens to go public. Haunted by her own daughter's death and determined to keep her husband's secrets, Charlotte decides to take matters into her own hands. Meanwhile, interim pastor Rev. Tolson, who knows a thing or two about Curtis's business, is smarting from his loss of power now that Curtis has returned to the pulpit from a book tour and speaking engagements. And Curtis and Charlotte risk losing their 13-year-old son, Matthew, after David, the man they believe is Matthew's biological dad, decides to seek full custody. Roby has got smalltown church politics down, but spends more time on stiffly repeated backstory and hollow finger-wagging than on plot, leading to a hurried, undermotivated denouement. (Jan.)

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Library Journal

New York Timesand Essencebest-selling author Roby returns with her fifth entry (after Love & Lies) in the saga of the "good" Rev. Curtis Black. Here, the charismatic and strikingly handsome Curtis is not only a well-loved and respected clergyman, a husband, and a father but a world-renowned, best-selling author. Realizing he has too much to lose if he turns back to his old womanizing ways, he vows to "sin no more," but he soon recognizes this is easier said than done. Curtis's troubles begin when his ex-mistress threatens to break up his marriage if he doesn't spend more time with their newborn daughter, and then the interim pastor while Curtis was on his book tour threatens him with blackmail. Curtis and Charlotte built their marriage on lies and deceit and must now confront the repercussions of their past and fight to save their family, but human nature keeps nearly pulling them apart. Although this soap opera-like drama is painfully predictable, Roby's fans will not be disappointed. Recommended for all public libraries. [See Prepub Alert, LJ10/15/07.]
—Carol Johnson

School Library Journal

Flawed Rev. Curtis Black returns in Roby's latest melodrama (following Love and Lies). The repentant, 46-year-old Curtis has finally made amends with his 31-year-old wife, Charlotte: she's forgiven him for his five-year affair with Tabitha, but forbids him from seeing Tabitha or the infant daughter he fathered with her. An enraged Tabitha harasses Curtis, stalks Charlotte around their hometown of Mitchell, Ill., and threatens to go public. Haunted by her own daughter's death and determined to keep her husband's secrets, Charlotte decides to take matters into her own hands. Meanwhile, interim pastor Rev. Tolson, who knows a thing or two about Curtis's business, is smarting from his loss of power now that Curtis has returned to the pulpit from a book tour and speaking engagements. And Curtis and Charlotte risk losing their 13-year-old son, Matthew, after David, the man they believe is Matthew's biological dad, decides to seek full custody. Roby has got smalltown church politics down, but spends more time on stiffly repeated backstory and hollow finger-wagging than on plot, leading to a hurried, undermotivated denouement. (Jan.)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780060892524
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 12/30/2008
  • Series: Reverend Curtis Black Series , #5
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 222,837
  • Product dimensions: 5.38 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author

Kimberla Lawson Roby

Kimberla Lawson Robyis the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of the Reverend Curtis Black series as well as many other novels and novellas. She lives with her husband in Rockford, Illinois.

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Sin No More

Chapter One

Charlotte couldn't imagine life being any better than it was currently. She and Curtis were closer than they'd ever been and, best of all, they hadn't heard from Tabitha. Not once. Which was a wonderful surprise because Charlotte had been sure Tabitha was going to become the intrusion of a lifetime. Especially since she'd called the day the baby was born and tried to get Curtis to come see it. Or actually, come see her, because whether Curtis wanted to admit it or not, Charlotte knew Tabitha still wanted him. She knew because she'd never heard of any mistress who didn't have high hopes that the man she was sleeping with would somehow miraculously leave his wife for her. She knew because to be honest, she'd felt the same way herself when Curtis had still been married to Tanya. Her desire had been as wrong as wrong could be, however, she had still wanted what she wanted and hadn't cared a whole lot about who might be hurt in the end.

But right now, none of that mattered. What mattered was that she and Curtis had just finished making exceptional love to each other and they were lying in bed, snuggled closely, enjoying a beautiful moment.

"Woman, what in the world are you trying to do to me?" Curtis asked, breathing more easily than he had been five minutes ago.

Charlotte chuckled. "Are you saying you can't handle it?"

"Me? The Curtis Black? Not able to handle my wife when it comes to making love? Please."

"Well, that's what it sounds like."

"As Matthew would say, 'Girl, don't get it twisted.'"

They both laughed.

"You're right," she said. "That'sexactly what he would say. Although now he doesn't have much of anything to say at all."

"I know. He's been on the quiet side ever since we told him the truth but I still say we did the right thing. He needed to know that I'm not his biological father."

Charlotte heard what Curtis was saying but if she'd had it her way, she would have left well enough alone and worried about telling Matthew the truth at a later date. When Marissa had died, she'd begun feeling as though it wasn't a good idea to keep secrets of any kind from anyone, including Matthew. She'd kept secrets most of her adult life and far too many people had been hurt because of them, so she'd decided she didn't want Matthew learning about his paternity from anyone other than Curtis and her.

But now he was basically moping around the house, not saying any more than he had to to either of them, and Charlotte was starting to regret telling him anything. She'd wanted him to know the truth but she hadn't wanted him to feel the amount of pain she could tell he was feeling and she certainly hadn't wanted to create any tension or distance.

"He'll be okay," Curtis finally said. "It's just that this is all very new to him and it's going to take some getting used to."

"I guess. But I hope he's okay sooner rather than later."

"He will be. He'll be fine."

Charlotte nestled closer to Curtis and laid her head on his chest but as soon as she did, the phone rang.

"Who could that be?" she said. "It has to be at least eleven o'clock."

"Something must be wrong," Curtis added.

Charlotte picked up the cordless from the nightstand and sighed deeply. It was Tabitha.

"Hello?"

"Could I speak to Curtis, please?"

"Tabitha, do you realize what time it is?"

"No, and to be honest, I really don't care."

Charlotte sat up and swung her legs over the side of the bed.

"You don't care?"

"That's what I said, didn't I?"

"I don't believe you. You're actually calling here this late at night to speak to my husband, and you've got the nerve to be getting smart with me? You've got to be kidding."

"Look, Charlotte, will you just get over yourself and put Curtis on the phone? I need to discuss something with him about Curtina."

The whole idea of the name Curtina was enough to make Charlotte cringe. She was annoyed by the fact that Tabitha had chosen to give the baby a name as close to Curtis as she could. Not to mention, Curtina had to be the ugliest name she'd ever heard.

"First of all," Charlotte began, "you've been told more than once not to call this house and not to contact Curtis in any way, so why can't you just leave us alone? Why can't you just move on and forget about him?"

"Because whether you want to accept it or not, Curtis and I have a baby together. We have a gorgeous little daughter and you're just upset because you don't have any children with him. I mean, I know you claimed Matthew was his and then you lied and schemed about Marissa for as long as you could, but in the end, neither of those children was his."

Charlotte felt her breathing accelerate a few notches and was thankful she wasn't in the same room with Tabitha. If she had been, she would have beaten her unmercifully. She would have done whatever necessary to make sure Tabitha never bothered her and Curtis ever again.

"Will you just put him on the phone?!" she yelled.

"No. And the only way you'll speak to my husband is over my dead body."

"Oh, and you think that can't be arranged?"

"Are you threatening my life?"

"Give me the phone," Curtis interrupted, and reached for it.

But Charlotte snatched it away from him, turned on the lamp, and stood up.

"You look here, you crazy heifer," Charlotte said matter-of-factly. "Just because you were stupid enough to mess around with a married man, stupid enough to get pregnant by him, and then stupid enough to think he was going to leave me once that baby was born, well, that's simply not my fault. You hear me?"

Sin No More. Copyright © by Kimberla Roby. Reprinted by permission of HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved. Available now wherever books are sold.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2011

    Interesting but unbelievable

    Although the story line was an interesting one, it was kind of unbelievable. Its just not possible for a mega-church TV pastor to be involved in sooo much scandal repeatedly & not be kicked out of the church, period. And lets not talk about his wife. Although this story is completely unrealistic, i probably will be reading the next book in the Rev. Curtis Black series.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 27, 2010

    Review of Sin No More - Kimberla Lawson Roby

    I read this book in 2 days. I could not put it down. The author really developed her chararcters. There were quite a bit of mystery as the story was unfolded. I really like the message of hope she gave those who may experience what her main characters experienced. The was just layer and layer of problems but at their faith prevailed and forgiveness reigned. I enjoyed it. I will be looking for the other 8 books the author wrote. I would really recommend this book if you love romance, mystery and are in need of hope.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 20, 2010

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    A STORY THAT IS HARD TO PUT DOWN

    I JUST STARTED READING KIMBERLA LAWSON ROBY AND INSTANTLY FELL IN LOVE WITH HER BOOKS. HER REVEREND CURTIS BLACK SERIES IS ENTERTAINING IN ALL CATAGORIES. A PAGE TURNER AND HARD TO PUT DOWN. YOU FALL IN LOVE WITH ALL THE CHARACTERS AND CANT WAIT FOR THE NEXT BOOK TO SEE WHAT REVEREND BLACK IS UP TO NEXT.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2012

    Rev Curtis Black

    This series is a page turner....read all four in aweek to catch up and woe,wow,wow,WOW!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2011

    amazinh Amazing

    Roby is one of my favorite authors and i am always excited to read any book of hers that i can get my hands on, i love the "curtis black series"- on my way to ready the next one!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2011

    You Gotta Read the Curtis Series!

    My bookclub introduced me to the Curtis series, and I fell in love with Miss Lawson's books. Her writing is some of the very best that I have read. My bookclub (Left-Right) will have the honor of having her with us in Jan. 2012 as our special guest. I cant wait to pick her brain about Rev. Black!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 28, 2009

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    Bargin Book reading

    This is a great book to read if you are looking for an easy read and if you find it on the bargin table for under Five dollars. I enjoy the story of the Black familly but I don't believe Roby is a very creative writer.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2012

    Excited

    I can't wait to read it people said it was good

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  • Posted July 2, 2009

    Really?

    I read a lot of books and found this one a challenge from start to finish. Am I the only one who found the Pastor and his wife to be hypocrites, the real villains of the story? Not just adultery, but a full fledged 5-yr relationship? Charlotte having affairs and conceiving children (believed) yet being unforgiving of her husband's other woman. Lies, deceit, criminal activity, arrogance, typical stereotypical HIV panic (of all places in the church) ... and the very clean wrap-up of it all with "others" being responsible for their troubles or w/ ulterior motivations. The pastor and his wife got away w/ it all. Really? Charlotte pays a thug relative to scare a woman, a single mother, and there are NO consequences. Telling Tracy she could not be trusted, yet outright lying to the police and her husband. I like to read and listen to novels/stories that touch on reality and I just kept asking myself, "are you serious?" As an active Christian, I teach and share that we're human too, however, we are all held accountable, if not on Earth, definitely in Heaven. This could have been a great oppty to do so much more, but I see now that a little prayer does grant "miracles." And I guess we are also to believe that if we open our own church and write a few books, we can get away w/ anything. I struggled w/ the language too, far from conversational and natural. Unfortunately, I expect that from some authors of color. My first and last book by this author.

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  • Posted February 2, 2009

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    Don't even bother

    I've read two books by this author and have been only mildly satisfied, but this book.... I'll just say that I'm forcing myself to finish, only because I don't believe in buying books just to let them sit on a shelf. The story is tired, and its been done millions of times, the characters are flat, and her prose is simple, as if she is trying not to insult the reader by using "big" words (I hate using that term). As the headline reads "DON'T EVEN BOTHER." Nothing to see here folks, keep it movin'.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 6, 2008

    Truly redeemed?

    The infamous Rev. Curtis Black is back! And while it doesn¿t seem possible, it does appear that his philandering days are truly now a part of his past. He and his wife Charlotte have settled into married life with their son, and he¿s been faithful, but unfortunately, peace is not to be found. The drama that has reigned so prevalently in Curtis¿ life has returned with a vengeance. His last affair resulted in a baby. And Tabitha, the mother of the baby, isn¿t going away as quietly as she promised. She wants Curtis to do the right thing by being a father to their child. Curtis, who is really exhibiting signs of being a changed man, agrees with Tabitha. Charlotte, however, believes that Tabitha has ulterior motives and forbids Curtis to have anything to do with Tabitha or his child. All of this chaos results in, you guessed it, DRAMA in the extreme! For those who love drama and the continuing saga of Curtis Black, Sin No More will not disappoint. I¿ll admit to enjoying my fair share of books that fall into the ¿oh no they didn¿t¿ category, and this is one story that had me shaking my head in disbelief and wondering when the characters would ever learn. Ms. Roby has mastered the art of composing storylines that would give The Young and the Restless, All My Children, or any other daytime soap opera, a run for their money. Renee Williams, All the Buzz

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2008

    Like the others in this series, it was okay

    As much as I enjoyed reading about Curtis and his antics, it's time to move on to other characters and situations.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2008

    One of your best

    I think this touches on great subjects and it should help a lot of people to see the light of their own ways.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2008

    This should be the end of a great series

    Well I can definitely say that this series was like an exciting roller coaster ride. I really enjoyed Rev. Curtis Black and his many issues. I think many people can enjoy this book, if they are interested in closure. Could Kimbrela have ended the series a book ago... Yes, but this book gives that extra sense of complete closure. Now some people might not enjoy this book because of the lack of drama that Curtis does not give. He really tries to redeem himself, and this takes away from the interesting plot that we are all so use to (after reading Casting the First Stone, Too Much of a Good Thing, etc). This is a totally different type of book. I think it was wise of Kimbrela to end the book the way she did. Am I disappointed... Slightly (I have a guilty pleasure for DRAMA). But she did very well in wrapping things up with this series. I truly hope that she does not think about writing another Curtis book. Leave well enough alone... But I certainly can't wait to read her next book!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2008

    I Hope This Is It For Rev. Black

    This had to be one of the worse books I have ever read. The only reason I finished it was because it was my reading group's read for the month and I paid $17.00 for it. Our group has read a couple of her other books, but didn't like the last Rev. Black book and this one was worse than the last. I probably won't read anything else from her unless it has outstanding reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2008

    Proud Fan

    I think that sin no more was good.I really have enjoyed the curtis black saga and I am proud to say that mrs.Roby has once again proved herself to be one of the best top selling authors.I look forward to her new book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2008

    What was the point of this novel?

    I was very disappointed with this book. It was way to predictable. I usually read Kimberla Lawson Roby's books in less than a week and it took me a whole month to read this one. It is time to end the Rev. Curtis Black saga. I hope we do not have to wait another year for another disappointing story.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    The story line is an engaging look at small-town living, backstabbing and religious politics

    In Mitchell, Illinois, fortyish Reverend Curtis Black has atoned for his adulterous sins he has asked God and his wife to forgive him for his five year affair with Tabitha. Thirty-one years old Charlotte has agreed to reconcile and give their marriage a chance on the condition that he must never see Tabitha or their infant daughter. He accepts her stipulation.----------------- Outraged by being dumped and the father of her child ignoring his offspring, Tabitha pesters Curtis by threatening to expose him to his flock as an irresponsible sinner and stalks Charlotte. Realizing that the scandal would destroy her spouse and harm their thirteen years old son Matthew, Charlotte decides to confront Tabitha personally. While a nasty cat fight appears imminent, Pastor Tolson is jealous that Reverend Curtis is back at the pulpit as he relished the spotlight while his rival was away since he knows some of his unethical side dealings and he plans to expose the man of God to the public. Finally David wants full custody of Matthew who he, Charlotte and Curtis believe he sired.------------------- SIN NO MORE continues the travails of Reverend Curtis (see THE BEST KEPT SECRET, CASTING THE FIRST STONE and TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING). The story line is an engaging look at small-town living, backstabbing and religious politics. The story line is character driven as the lead couple has three adversaries wanting to destroy them for different motives. Although too much time is spent on how they got to this point (great for newcomers, but repetitive for long time fans) readers will appreciate the latest devilish goings-on in Illinois.-------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2008

    Not the Kimberla I'm used to reading

    I was very disappointed with this book. I usually read her books in one day, but this book was drawn out with details that were not needed, and drama that was way to predictable. Hopefully she will move on to another subject because she really is a great writer, but I think it's time for Rev. Blacks story to be over.

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