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The New Day Divas series, known as the soap opera in print, is full of chance, coincidence and fate. But more importantly, it's full of faith.
Posted June 25, 2012
Posted September 25, 2011
"Trying to Stay Saved," book four in the New Day Divas series, is overflowing with drama, emotions, truth and fear. Sister Lorain is back. Unfortunately, she can't remember the events prior to hitting her head, but she knows that Unique, a younger sister from the church, and Brody, her mother's fiancé, are involved in her mystery. Can she finally come to grips with the past?
Mother Doreen is still in Kentucky trying to help her sister Bethany and her family as they adjust to life without Uriah, Bethany's husband, as well as the birth of her nephews baby. With so many rumors flying around in the church, Doreen continues to try ministering to her family in hopes that they realize that God is not the author of confusion. When even more confusion pops up, Sister Doreen finds herself in need of her own lesson. How much more drama can this family handle?
Sister Nita has been a member of the janitorial ministry at New Day for years. She knows that God is preparing her for something more, but she just doesn't know what yet. Paige is even happier since their return from vacation. But as life gives her husband Blake lemons, he tends to take his frustrations out on her. Sister Nita seems to be right around when Paige is feeling at her lowest; is this merely a coincidence? Or does she see the writing on the wall?
"Trying to Stay Saved" deals with a lot of past, turmoil and fate. I'm enjoying the way the series is progressing, but this book in particular seemed to be on overload, losing some of its value. With that said, I cannot wait to read book five, I CAN DO BETTER ALL BY MYSELF.
Reviewed by: Crystal