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If you were looking for drama in SOMEONE else's church, well here it is! The Choir Director continues the drama of Bishop T.K. Wilson and First Jamaica Ministries and there is no reason to put this book down until you are done! Life appeared to be going just well for the Bishop and his new wife Monique (who he found and married in The First Lady) and First Jamaica Ministries until scancal erupts during a Father Day celebration at the church and all hell has broken loose! Now Bishop has to find a new choir director and in the process he finds out that the church is having financial difficulties and to top everything off, his best friend and right hand man at the church James Black is dying. Once all of the people who appear to be rightous and friends of the church end up in some of the highest positions at the church and the Bishop thinks that he has the right people in place, the walls start to cave in and keep the drama going and going and going. But who has the last laugh, not the trouble makers, not in God's house! This is a excellent addition to the church series and I can't wait for a sequel (wink, wink Carl)! Great Job!

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giving you a more positive attitude. tells about successful indian business ppl,you will find that they dnt only have shear luck in there side but also it was courage,hardwork,skills & dynamiscm which made them grow. can gain a lot of positive energy.gud buk

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** spoiler alert ** This book consists of three short stories in the romance genre. I hadn’t read any work by these three authors before, and lets just say this book is probably not for anyone under 18. Really racy, and very graphic stories. Web of Desire by Cathryn Fox This story is about two witches Ally and her cousin Selina. They live in a town where everyone knows they are witches, and the town keeps their secret as long as they use their powers for good. Selina starts to use her power to trap the men in the town in a web (literally) and have her way with them. The women of the town obviously don’t appreciate this so they tell Ally she has to get rid of her cousin. Ally banished her to the netherworld, but ten years later she returns and is charged to banish her again. Ally finds her first love tangled in one of Selina’s webs, and he has no memory of her. There’s sex, some some spell casting and revelations of jealousy and envy. Solo Tu by Mandy M. Roth This story’s main female character is also a witch and her name is Francy. After some time away from home she returns to tell her former crush and almost lover Dante, that she is getting married. He does his best to change her mind, and by that I mean have crazy sex with her and get her pregnant. She doesn’t really seem to feel to bad about cheating on her fiance, she even expresses that she doesn’t quite know why she’s marrying him. The fiance (Ivon) eventually shows up and there are revelations made concerning an ex-girlfriends (Ivon’s) spirit, which explains why Francy was even with him to start. Tempted by Two by Anya Bast This is the longest story in the book and definitely the most developed one plot- wise. It’s about a woman named Miranda who finds out she has magic in her blood, when she starts seeing things that shouldn’t exist. She also finds out she is “soul mates” with two men and they want her as a third in there relationship. Needless to say there’s a lot of sex. However the story is actually good, it deals with Miranda’s childhood and how she watched her father abuse her mother growing up. That abuse led to her taking a job as a counsellor at a women’s shelter, and also her hesitancy to make any sort of relationship commitments in adulthood.

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kind of disappointing after all the hype. I felt Sexus was much better. Maybe there was more to relate to there. But just like in every Miller book, there is stuff in there to love (and quote).