Grown and Sexy

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Harlequin Books, Apr 1, 2006 - Fiction - 413 pages
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LeVar Path went into North Carolina's Jeremiah Correctional Institution a guilty, angry, dangerous man. Two and a half years later, he's come out a repentant and born again. And it's a good thing, because LeVar is about to face all kinds of trials, not to mention temptations. While LeVar is looking for God, a notorious band of murderous brothers is looking for him, eager to avenge a crime they don't believe he's quite paid for. Fleeing to New Jersey, LeVar hears that Fellowship Baptist Church is looking for an associate pastor, and he decides to risk it and apply for the job. The Lord saved his soul in prison, maybe lie will shelter his body in the church. And maybe along with his Love, LeVar will he blessed with the love of a good woman. For even a man of God is still a man. Faithful yes. but temptation is all around for a man who's grown.. .and sexy. Soon enough, LeVar finds himself enjoying the role of pastor, and is strongly attracted to a member of his congregation--"a woman who also happens to be his harshest critic. Denied by her, he meets another woman who challenges his sexual restraints. But that is just the beginning of a road that will lead LeVar and those whose lives he touches through a tangle of betrayal, long-buried secrets, desires...and hopefully redemption.

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User Review  - Nikki - Goodreads

It had a lot of twist and turs, which was good. I am still wondering if I liked the book. All I know is, I hope that my Pastor(s) have never done some of the things in this book. Especially after the were ordained. Did not like the ending. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
19
Section 3
38
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About the author (2006)

Phillip Thomas Duck has a short story in both the Twiglight Moods anthology and the Proverbs for the People anthology. He lives in New Jersey, and this is his first full-length novel.

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