1st Class Single

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Xulon Press, 2003 - Religion - 136 pages
3 Reviews
1st Class Single is a reliable road map that will help any single navigate the often-dangerous course toward holy matrimony. This book gives you the benefit of learning from personal experiences. It's chock-full of practical biblical references and spiritual analyses. About the Author Cheryl Martin is a respected broadcast journalist, conference speaker, and host of the radio program, Excellent Living. She is a former BET news anchor and moderator of the network's signature news analysis program, Lead Story.
 

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User Review  - Angel - Christianbook.com

The book answered questions I wanted to know. The book also discuss issues that I wasn't aware of. The book also reinforced on the teachings of the bible and waiting for marriage to have sex. The book ... Read full review

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User Review  - chrissy - Christianbook.com

Refreshing to read from someone who thinks like I do. A nice reminder in this day and age that I'm not the only one who still holds onto some "old-fashioned" old school values. Has lots of good points with scripture to back it up. Easy to read in one night. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Cheryl Martin is a graduate of the University of Oregon. After pursuing a successful Parks and Recreation career, Ms. Martin now focuses on her passion--writing mystery novels. The Hawaiian Island Detective Club combines her love of all things Hawaiian and her fascination with intrigue. A wife and mother of three grown children, memories of raising her spirited kids inspire many of her characters' quirks, relationships, and mishaps. This is her second book with Comfort Publishing, the follow-up to her successful 2012 release Pineapples in Peril, the first Hawaiian Island Detective Club story.

SHERRILL V. MARTIN is Associate Professor of Music at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington.

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