What kind of woman wants a man so badly that she's willing to lie to get him? What if that lie includes denying the fact that she has a child?
Deborah Lewis is that woman. The suave, debonair Lynox Chase is the man Deborah has wanted for years. She almost had him, but then left him hanging when she decided to give her ex another try. With her ex no longer in the picture, Deborah is willing to eat crow and go claim Lynox. She's a little worried he won't forgive her and take her back, but she hopes that two years has been enough time to get over it.
The chase turns into more of a marathon for Deborah. Just when she thinks she's near the finish line, she learns that a woman with kids is a turn-off for Lynox. Can Deborah turn off being a mother just long enough to get Lynox to fall in love with her again?
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This book is full of lessons while being a page turner. I recommend reading the Series as a Whole! You will Love it!!
Deborah broke up with Lynox in order to reconnect with Elton, her first love. What she didn't know, before packing up and moving over to Chile where he played professional basketball, was that he was already a married man. So now not only is she with child, she's a mistress. Two years later and Elton's out the picture. Deborah is back in Ohio and ready to get her life back on the right track. She'd fought long and hard to forgive and be forgiven. She's hoping that Lynox would like to also rekindle what they once shared. A rough start, Deborah and Lynox hit a few bumps before they could agree that they were right where they wanted to be. While catching up, Lynox makes it clear that a woman with children is not the kind of woman he's interested in dating. Unfortunately, Deborah falls into that category. Could love the second time around be so cruel? What would you do for the man of your dreams? A few fibs, maneuvering and chance meetings and Deborah can feel herself coming unglued. She's fighting with her mother, her pastor, warring with herself and God. No matter how hard she prays, it just seems as if God isn't listening. Can Deborah get help before it's too late? THE SUNDAY ONLY CHRISTIAN by E.N. Joy is a very good read. I love that the story is multidimensional. On one side you're watching Deborah try to keep a secret. You also see as she struggles with her past childhood issues with her mother, the issues she's had in her past with forgiveness as well as her own parenting skills. It's easy to believe that a Christian easily walks in faith. E.N. Joy’s stories allow readers to see how God works. Reviewed by: Crystal 4.5 stars