Sinful Too

Sinful Too

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by Victor McGlothin
     
 

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YOU CAN'T KEEP A "GOOD" WOMAN DOWN . . .
She can get any man burning up her satin sheets, paying her bills, and keeping her in Dolce G and Prada. And sexy, sizzling Dior definitely doesn't "do" church or aspire to anything more than drama-free, cash-rich relationships. But charismatic Pastor Richard Allamay is one temptation she won't resist-and Dior will do

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YOU CAN'T KEEP A "GOOD" WOMAN DOWN . . .
She can get any man burning up her satin sheets, paying her bills, and keeping her in Dolce G and Prada. And sexy, sizzling Dior definitely doesn't "do" church or aspire to anything more than drama-free, cash-rich relationships. But charismatic Pastor Richard Allamay is one temptation she won't resist-and Dior will do anything to become the new "First Lady" of his wildly successful megachurch. Soon she's stripping away Richard's Godly principles, putting him at odds with his congregation, and throwing the lives of his insecure wife and bewildered children into turmoil. It will take a chain of events no one could have imagined-and only God could have planned-for hearts to be healed, transgressions forgiven, and one outrageous, conniving diva allotted the reward she deserves.

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Publishers Weekly

McGlothin's steamy sequel to Sinful reveals what happens when the wicked Dior Wicker determines to marry Dallas pastor Richard Allamay, star of Church TV's High Praise and "shepherd of Methodist Episcopal Greater Apostolic Church" (M.E.G.A. Church, for short). Dior's best friend warns her to stay clear of the man, but the warnings go deeply unheeded as Richard, bored with his wife, is ripe for a fall. Lust drives Richard to strange lengths in his attempts to impress Dior (he misuses church money, and lies to his family and cheats on his wife). McGlothin unravels at a relentless pace a sexy and twisted story of marital and spiritual unfaithfulness, culminating in a shocker of a conclusion. Eric Jerome Dickey, watch out. (Oct.)

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780446543095
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing
Publication date:
10/30/2008
Sold by:
Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
401 KB

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Essence bestselling author Victor McGlothin is a former bank vice-president who nearly forfeited an athletic scholarship due to poor reading skills. Ultimately, he overcame that obstacle and later completed a Masters degree in Human Relations & Business. Victor is also an on-line columnist of Victor Said?, a real Brotha to Sistah look at relationship.


Victor lives in Dallas with his wife and two sons.

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Sinful Too 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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Victor McGlothin
Grand Central Publishing, 2008
ISBN: 044617811X
Reviewed by Debra Gaynor for ReviewYourBook.com
5 Stars
A cliffhanger ending¿
¿Whatever it took¿ was Dior¿s mantra. She was determined to never again live the life of poverty. She liked money and the power it awarded her. Dior knew how to attract and control men, and she used it to her advantage.
Dr. Richard Allamay is the pastor of a megachurch. Dior has her sights set on him, and she always gets what she wants. The fact that Allamay is married with children means nothing to Dior. The temptation is too much for Allamay, and he succumbs to her wiles. God has a plan¿.
Victor McGlothin is a talented author. His characters are multifaceted. His plot is entertaining, yet realistic. There is a message in his plot, yet he is not preachy. He leaves us with a cliffhanger that will keep us coming back. Do not miss this one¿. Sinful Too is great reading.
Babygurl More than 1 year ago
I have read all of Victor's books and Sinful Too is by far the best yet! This book keeps your attention span from beginning to end. I dare you to pick up Sinful and then I double dare you to pick up Sinful Too!

Victor invites you step into the comical yet devious lives of the tag team twins Dior and Dooney while allowing you to peek into the lives of the Good Pastor Allamay and his wife Nadeen, The First Lady.

What happens when you have a high profile preacher with an intellectual wife match up with a wanna-be high profile female with hoochie under her name belt?

I guarantee you that you will not want to miss out on reading this pager turner and you can definitely relate to the characters in the book. If you dig deep enough in your soul... I bet you personally know someone just like each and every character in the book.

I dare you to jump on the rollercoaster and read the latest antics Of Dior and Dooney. I guarantee you that you will be in for the shock of your lives!
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
Dior Wicker and her twin brother, Dooney, had hard lives as children. Their mom was in prison and they were poor. Because of this, Dior decided to work at getting whatever it was that she wanted especially in relation to money. She loves money and the power that comes with it. Dior works as a sales associate at Giorgio, a men's clothing store. She makes great commissions and not just from her sales.

Dr. Richard Allamay PHD is the pastor of Methodist Episcopal Greater Apostolic Church. While shopping at Giorgio's he is captured by Dior's beauty. Pastor Allamay really can't get his mind off of this woman because she made him feel that special.

Dior has no idea who Pastor Allamay is, nor does she care, until her friend Tangy tells her who he is and how large his church is. Dior takes a peek at his televised Sunday service, immediately sees the dollar signs and starts calculating what she can get from him. Struggling very hard to resist his urges, Pastor Allamay soon finds himself in hot pursuit.

`Sinful Too' is an electrifying read loaded with memorable characters and plenty of drama. Readers see the before and after effects a simple compliment can cause to the lives of everyone involved. I highly recommend reading `Sinful' as well as `Sinful Too' and I can hardly wait for the next installment. Victor, I know you don't intend to keep your readers wondering.

Reviewed by: Carmen