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More filters. Sort order. Aug 19, Arlena rated it it was amazing Shelves: 5-stars , ebooks , excellent-book , inspirational-fiction , my-favorite-books , my-reviews , christian-fiction , forgiveness , hate , illness. Griggs' novel seem to really be right what you need to hear Definitely this was a Christian fiction that gets right to the heart. To see how Ms. Gabrielle has given her heart to the Lord was simply wonderful. Just seeing how she handles all that is going on around her was just beautiful in how this author has Gabrielle so well focused on doing the right thing.
The Blessed Trinity Series by Vanessa Davis Griggs
The characters From the Author You will not be disappointed! Jul 02, Brittany rated it liked it Shelves: firstreads-goodreads-giveaways-wins. I won this book for free from the Goodread's First Reads giveaway. The book was not advertised that way when I entered the contest. This is my first book that I read by the author; usually I like to start at the beginning of a series instead of jumping into the middle of a series. Overall the book was I won this book for free from the Goodread's First Reads giveaway. Overall the book was good; some parts were well written, there were interesting characters and a great plot.
I have no problem with books that show people's different perspectives on religion, politics, etc. There is nothing wrong with having religion in a book but when it is too repetitive it becomes a little uninteresting and boring. Other things in the novel were a little repetitive as well and the book was a little slow moving.
But besides all that it was overall a good read. I am curious to see what happens in the next book of the series. I recommend this book to people that enjoy a relaxing slow-moving read with a good plot!
Nov 15, Tonya added it. Great Book!!! I Love it.. Riveting I just can not get enough of Ms. This series is awesome and reading it from the start has drawn me in. I found myself feeling for the characters especially Gabrielle Mercedes and how her relationship with God has been the foundation for her life as a whole. You will not be disappointed. Dec 24, Lorri rated it really liked it. Ok I liked this book, but honestly could it be the end and not the beginning of another book.
After reading the whole thing I was so disappointed there was no ending. Great story of redeeming your life. Just wish the author would have finished the story.
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Apr 09, Sarita Napoleon-Mills rated it it was amazing. Once again, Vanessa has outdone herself. Aug 17, JayBee rated it liked it. Plot and characterization is not credible. Author needs to complete more research on issues of adoption and statutory rape as they relate to various counties in the U.
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Sep 08, Natasha Hayes rated it it was amazing. The ending was definitely a cliffhanger that made you want to read more to find out what happened next! Jul 03, Alana rated it liked it Shelves: first-reads , christian-fiction , in-a-series , political. Thankfully, the kind of storytelling that normally annoys me in a series, the constantly referring to events that took place in the earlier novels, really helped explain things.
But it is obvious that the story will continue after this installment, so I did not really have closure for a big portion of the story, so my thoughts on it are not complete. I was surprised that an author that has published so many books and seems to have such a following would have such poor writing. Every character is introduced with full first, middle and last names and ages. That is writing I would expect from a middle-school student or books written for young adults, at best.
The main plot is certainly an interesting idea, and when the focus was on that part of the story, the book flowed along very quickly. I had a difficult time getting into it in the beginning, and after the first 90 pages was really struggling.
I enjoyed the story much more as the plot began to finally move along and I found myself getting caught up in the outcome of these characters. It was a little on the overly preachy side, although I by no means mind having Christian morals and biblical concepts portrayed in books. Some of it just got overwhelming. I did particularly like, however, the portrayal of the church group, the love shown to people of less-than-upright backgrounds. Griggs clearly shows that all of us have a past of one sort or another and to continue to judge us on the past is unfair and silly, considering all of us have something we are not proud of.
Her honest portrayal of the less than perfect "Christians" attending many churches was also remarkably refreshing, as many times Christian literature shies away from showing flawed church members, trying to show themselves as better than the average person. The honesty of faults within all humans is refreshing and true.
I will probably not be reading any more of Ms. Griggs novels, just because the writing is really irritating, but the story concepts themselves are true to life and very engaging. View 1 comment. Jun 25, Candace rated it liked it. I picked this up really hoping it was good so I could have a good African American Christian fiction author to enjoy. That didn't really happen. I enjoyed the story initially; the premise was really engaging. I was happy when I picked up the book initially because it seemed to be a stand alone novel.
While I realized this wasn't the case, I didn't feel like I missed any vital info by not reading the previous books The middle of the initial plot was a little weird for me; Lawrence's hesitation on I picked this up really hoping it was good so I could have a good African American Christian fiction author to enjoy. While I realized this wasn't the case, I didn't feel like I missed any vital info by not reading the previous books The middle of the initial plot was a little weird for me; Lawrence's hesitation on involving his kids and his resulting actions didn't seem totally consistent.