Sacred Sons

Sacred Sons

by Linda Hudson-Smith

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Sacred Sons by Linda Hudson-Smith released on Aug 23, 2005 is available now for purchase.

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ISBN-13: 9781583144602
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 09/06/2005
Edition description: Original
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 6.04(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.84(d)

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Sacred Sons 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading Sacred Son. As a single mom, I could relate to this beautiful inpsirational novel. Often, there were times when I was afraid to cut the apron strings. The author was able to express the pain and love some if not most mothers go thru with raising a young boy into a Man. This novel is a must read. Linda Hudson-Smith, is one of the most talented author when it comes to writing inspirational and romance novels.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What¿s the old saying? Mothers raise their daughters and love their sons. Mrs. Hudson-Smith must have been thinking this when she wrote this book. Simone Branch has used her broken heart as an excuse to make bad relationship choices and to smother her son with over protectiveness. Sinclair Albright¿s career has revolved around the financial needs of her son and her husband is fed up. Glenda Richards¿ is in a loving relationship but refuses to let the man in her life make a man out of her child. Hannah Brentwood is married to a good, God-fearing man who¿s forced to pull a tight reign on their grown son. These women all have one thing in common: they love their sons. Tara Wheatley is the youngest of the hospital friends but by far the wisest. As a result of watching her own mother coddle and spoil her brother, she knows just how to raise a child without ever giving birth. Sacred Sons takes a close look at five different women and their relationships, their actions and their hearts. Accepting that you haven¿t raised your child right cannot be an easy task, but each of these women came to face the cold truth. Constant prayer and self-examination strengthened them to do the one thing they hated most: cut the apron strings! I was instantly touched by this story as a mother of a son, a sister of a brother and a daughter of a mother who is guilty of some of the same things as these women. A great inspirational story told with style and finesse. Reviewed By: AC Arthur, Black Butterfly Review