Agape: The Triangle, The Circle, The Cross

Agape: The Triangle, The Circle, The Cross

by Darryl Montague

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Agape: The Triangle, The Circle, The Cross by Darryl Montague

When Robert Miller, a high-powered advertising executive falls into a deep depression after his fiancé Tiffany abandons the relationship without any signs of unhappiness, his life is thrown into a tailspin. Not fully knowing how to deal with his heartache, he loses focus with his job, family, and friends. He meets Serena, a single mother with two children, who is not without issues of her own. They develop an unlikely relationship. However, trouble brews when the men of her past resurface and seek to ignite their relationship with her. In the meantime, Robert is faced with revealing a dark family secret that has kept his mother in a mental institution for nearly twenty-years. Having to explain his past becomes a conflict as he expose to his sisters Diamond and Jade that the father they’ve always known, isn’t the man they believed.
Based in the city of Brotherly Love (Philadelphia), AGAPE- The Triangle, The Circle , The Cross is a compelling contemporary story that explores love, relationship, and forgiveness, in the midst of life’s storms. Can a person display unconditional love when he/she has been physically and mentally abused? Is it possible to recover from betrayal when an unspeakable tragedy inflicts an immeasurable pain? AGAPE- The Triangle, The Circle, The Cross allows readers to peek inside the characters’ lives and experience their emotions.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045022545
Publisher: Darryl Montague
Publication date: 10/08/2012
Series: AGAPE: The Triangle, The Inner Circle, The Cross , #4
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 213,934
File size: 795 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Darryl L. Montague is a gifted writer and motivator who is exceptional in capturing reader’s attention. Darryl utilizes words that tap deep into the hearts of readers, and provides them with the literary nourishment they desire. He is a diverse writer that expresses his writing through poetry, motivational essays, and fiction. Darryl studied literature and writing at Shenandoah College and Conservatory, and later Studied at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond Virginia. Mission Statement: To uplift, motivate and empower people for the possibilities of their lives.

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AGAPE: The Triangle, The Circle, The Cross 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
MissShady More than 1 year ago
'Captivating' - that's the word that describes “AGAPE: The Triangle, the Circle, The Cross”. Every page leaves you on the edge of your seat eager to see what each character (whether you like them or not) will do, say or feel next. Once I began reading each part of this sequel, I was unable to put it down. Through the amazing imagery of the writer, the book seems to contain pictures. Agape has a message for everyone and is a great mystery - romance novel - history book - self help guide - drama . . .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was a bit hesitant before reading this book because I am more of a fantasy reader. However, I thoroughly enjoyed the writer's interpretation of the lives of the characters. Each one was met with all sorts of obstacles.  Even though, some of the choices they made may not have been my own but I could certainly relate to many of the situations. I found myself on a emotional roller coaster at certain points in the story. This almost never happens to me. I am one of the few people who didn't cry during the movie Titanic. The only part that left me wondering is two of the main characters seem to be left unresolved by the end of the story. Perhaps, this was intentional and there's another story to develop from that. I'd buy it if there is a sequel.
OOSABookClub More than 1 year ago
Robert and Serena have one thing in common - pain. These two deserve happiness and joy. When they meet, they have a strong connection. Choosing to be honest and upfront with one another, they proceed with caution. Things are going well until their past pains resurface. Will their newfound love survive their past loves? Darryl Montague has a new follower. He did a phenomenal job with this book. You feel the pain the characters go through and praise the joys. You witness faith at its best. If you have ever doubted your faith, “AGAPE: The Triangle, The Circle, The Cross” is a book I would highly recommend. Reviewed by: Jas
RebeccaH1 More than 1 year ago
I really loved this book. It was rich with imagery and what I loved most is that it helped me to deal with so many rea life issues. I'm looking forward to reading more book from the author.
lovegreatbooks0 More than 1 year ago
We just returned from vacation, and I took this book with me.  I read the entire book in one day.  I skipped dinner because I didn't want to put it down.  I just couldn't stop reading it.  It is one of the best novels I've read.  I was moved by all the characters and the message of their lives.  I'm going to recommend this book to my book club members.
JMontague88 More than 1 year ago
For the past 3 days I have been at working sitting in the office reading a book. However, it seemed to me that the more I read the more I felt and the more I realized that it was more than a book. I understood the message as I read I felt the message as I read and I believed every bit of it. It felt like I was a part of the book..I LOVED IT AND I LOVE THE AUTHOR MY UNCLE Darryl Montague...I showed a lot of things that I never thought I would understand about myself personally and now I understand...I SUGGEST THIS BOOK TO EVERYBODY ..Agape: The Triangle,The Circle, The Cross...A must read!!!!
FictionLover1 More than 1 year ago
I can't put into words how great this book is. Every page is breathtaking and leaves you with wanting more. I am so glad that I read this book, because it was a refreshing read from my normal reading. Every character makes you feel like you are having a casual chit chat.