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African American Christian Fiction
A Million Blessings by
Bestselling authors Angela Benson, Marilynn Griffith and Tia McCollors - three of inspirational fiction's finest - join together for a compelling collection of novellas in which characters come to terms with newfound wealth and its effect on their faith.
Love on the Line by
Identity, attitudes, and culture collide as a mother and daughter's values and backgrounds are challenged by everyone around them in this moving, often humorous, and unforgettable novel from Laura Castoro.
Dance into Destiny by
A national bestselling author delivers an inspirational tale about an unlikely friendship between a purposeless socialite and a purpose-driven church mouse that leads them on a passionate pursuit of God's destiny and balance for their lives.
This Fire Down in My Soul by
When Faylene Watkins begins counseling women of her husband's congregation at Hope Filled Christian Center Church, three women teach her the perils of love, sex and obsession.
The Morning After by
This compelling sequel to "Three Fifty-Seven A.M." from an "Essence"-bestselling author revisits the characters who were affected by Ms. Essie's redemptive prayers and are now facing desperate struggles and losing faith after her death.
A Woman's Worth by
A woman living in sin with a noncommittal man finds her prayers for a healthy and respectful relationship answered when a new man moves in, and steals her heart.
Happily Ever Now by
After a woman has an affair with a married man, both she and the man's wife are forced to rely on faith and the power of God's love to forgive those who have caused them pain, and to discover true happiness.
Someone to Watch over Me by
When Tori Henderson's beloved Aunt Dottie falls ill, Tori travels back to tiny Bayford to care for her. But when she arrives, she's faced with more than she bargained for, including Dottie's struggling local store and a troubled little step-cousin, DeAndre.
You and I by
Cherise Ransom and Steven Chambers meet on a romantic Mediterranean cruise, and before she knows it, Cherise is engaged! But will a secret from her past derail her chance at happiness?
Vanessa Davis Griggs
The Other Side of Goodness by
Award-winning author Griggs--author of "Redeeming Waters" and "Blessed Trinity"--weaves a powerful, church-driven story of a single mother trying to make the wrongs from the past right.
Redeeming Waters by
Brianna is 10 years old when she first meets 25-year-old David R. Shepherd, a devout and gifted gospel recording artist who ultimately becomes world renowned megastar, King d.Avid. He leaves an impression on Brianna she will never forget. And they are destined to meet again.
The Best of Everything by
Curtis Black's daughter, Alicia, is all grown up and even more trouble than her rascally father, in this new novel from the "New York Times"-bestselling author of "Sin No More" and "Love and Lies."
A Deep Dark Secret by
"New York Times"-bestselling author Roby returns with the moving story of a family who learns to overcome betrayal and secrets with courage and love.
Be Careful What You Pray For by
New York Times bestselling author Kimberla Lawson Roby returns with this delightful sequel to The Best of Everything, in which the infamous Reverend Curtis Black's beautiful daughter, Alicia, is all grown up-and headed for trouble of her own.
Love, Honor, and Betray by
The infamous Reverend Curtis Black's sordid past is no secret, as his wife, Charlotte, is well aware. But when Curtis' longtime mistress and mother of his illegitimate two-year-old dies, he and Charlotte have no choice but to raise Curtina together. Soon, Charlotte's resentment of the child affects her marriage.
The Choir Director by
Bishop T.K. Knight has done all he can to make the First Jamaica Ministries a success. When the last choir director got caught in a scandal, attendance and cash flow started dwindling. Charismatic Anthony Mackie seems like the perfect replacement. The trouble is, he has secrets that could bring the church crashing down - and take T.K. with it.
The Preacher's Son by
The popular pastor of the largest Black American church in New York, Bishop TK Wilson, has decided to run for borough president. But in public his wife and two children are shining models of respectability, yet in private the Wilson children are succumbing to the very temptations their father so vocally condemns.