Don't tell a soul
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|Grouped Work ID||d74df0d2-36f8-45e6-6492-701ca4081d1b|
|Grouping Title||don t tell a soul|
|Grouping Author||warren tiffany l|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-08-09 07:41:17AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-08-09 07:53:04AM|
|author||Tiffany L. Warren|
|author_display||Tiffany L. Warren|
|detailed_location_catalog||North Regional - Inspirational Fiction|
Southeast Regional - Inspirational Fiction
West Regional - Inspirational Fiction
|display_description||"Inspirational fiction done right." —ReShonda Tate Billingsley|
The trio of faithful friends from Tiffany L. Warren's inspirational bestseller What a Sista Should Do are older—but are they wiser?. . .
Pam Lyon's husband has blown their fortune. Now he's hustling to make a comeback. But his business partner is more interested in connecting with Pam—and soon crosses a line that will challenge Pam's marriage. . ..Taylor Oldman's ex is out of prison and wants a relationship with their eleven-year-old son. Newly remarried Taylor doesn't want him in her life, but the boy is acting out—and his father is the only one who can reach him. . ..Recently divorced and lonely, Yvonne Hastings finds solace by befriending new church member Eva Logan. But Eva has a scandalous past, and when it starts to affect Yvonne, she'll have to reflect on what it means to be a good friend in and out of church. . .
As their personal lives test them like never before, can these three women find a way to keep the faith—and their friendship?. . .
Praise for Tiffany L. Warren
"Yvonne, Taylor, and Pam are Christian women who struggle with forgiveness, trust, love and everyday drama. Don't Tell a Soul is a must-have." —RT Book Reviews
|owning_library_catalog||Wake County Public Libraries|
|subject_facet||African American women -- Fiction|
Christian women -- Fiction
Female friendship -- Fiction
|title_display||Don't tell a soul|
|title_full||Don't Tell a Soul|
Don't tell a soul / Tiffany L. Warren
|title_short||Don't tell a soul|
|topic_facet||African American Fiction|
African American women