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Posted June 28, 2012
Ms. Greene’s adult Christian novel follows the lives of Candice, Patricia, and Michelle. All three of them are struggling with various relationships, including each one’s individual relationship with God. In frequent flashbacks, we see how far they’ve progressed in their relationships, but their present situations clearly demonstrate they have further to go. The satisfying ending wraps up all the loose ends and it is enjoyable to have a happy conclusion. The three women’s modern, real-life circumstances are believable, and their voices are authentic. It was a pleasure to read.
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Posted June 12, 2011
Candice is married with kids but feels that her husband does not respect her as a woman, nor does he realize her worth. Michelle is married to a successful man who provides her with everything she could want and need, except his complete love. Patricia is a single mother with two kids trying to find a mate using the wrong criteria.
Best friends Candice, Michelle and Patricia share a lot in their lives. Each woman has a personal relationship with God and learns to understand just what they are doing wrong in their attempt to be closer to God. In a story that will make you laugh and cry, these women work together to pull each other up.
Rebecca Greene's "Sisters in the Name of Love" is a very emotional, well written and healing story of three women who have to learn what it really means to let go and let God. The story flowed between the current lives of the three friends and flashbacks of pivotal moments that shaped them. Although this is Christian Fiction, I would recommend this book to those who do not normally read this genre. The story was not preachy and the references to the Bible and the lessons were in time with the story without overshadowing the novel.
Reviewed by: Lashonda