Wednesday, October 27, 2010


Kim Cash Tate
(Thomas Nelson)
ISBN; 978-1595548542
September, 2010/320 pages/$14.99

Three life-long friends experience life-altering struggles. Will they find the strength to be faithful to the covenants they've made with God...and each other?

Cydney Sanders thought she knew God's plan for her life. She'd marry, have kids, and then snap her body back into shape with Tae Bo. But she's celebrating her fortieth birthday as the maid of honor at her little sister's wedding . . . and still single. Why would God give her this desire to marry, but no husband? And why is her life suddenly complicated by the best man-who's the opposite of what she wants in a husband?

Cydney's best friend Dana has the perfect marriage. But when Dana discovers her husband's affair, her world goes into a tailspin. And Phyllis is out of hope after six years of unanswered prayers for her husband to find faith. When she runs into an old friend who is the Christian man she longs for, she's faced with an overwhelming choice.

With life falling apart around them, can they trust God like never before?

Kim Cash Tate is a Women of Faith speaker and the author of Heavenly Places and the memoir More Christian than African American. A former practicing attorney, she is also the founder of Colored in Christ Ministries. She and her husband have two children. Visit her website to learn more.

I absolutely loved this novel. Each of the three friends in this book seemed to be at different stages of life, but they all had a common need: learning what it means to be faithful. Faithful to God, faithful to a spouse, faithful to their own convictions. Their greatest lesson, though, is learning that God is faithful. Kim Cash Tate has written a book with palpable emotions. I was drawn into the story from the first page until the final sentence was completed. I look forward to her next book, Cherished, to be released Fall, 2011.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their Blogger Review program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


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Skoots1moM said...

this book sounds really good...thanks for the review.

let me know how your soup turns out... ;)

Cathy said...

Sounds really good Linda!