Will a dream come true push one woman to her limits?
Sensible single mother Patricia "Peaches" Miller isn't about to follow in her mama's footsteps and become dependent on a manno, that would be too easy. But when she doesn't see eye to eye with the man she wants to marry, she knows that returning to a life of girls' nights out, retail therapy, and chocolate peanut clusters just won't do for her. Then Raphael, her son's father, steps back into the pictureand makes it clear that his attraction to Peaches is stronger than ever. There's just one problem. Raphael has already pledged his heart to another woman.
Peaches has been praying for a perfect family for a long time. Deep down she knows this can't be God's idea of an answerbut can you blame a girl for hoping? Now, as she battles with temptation, and with her faith, she's not sure which will win. . .
"Michelle Stimpson does a wonderful job of creating characters that are believable and loveable. The "Divas of Damascus Road" will make you laugh, cry and laugh some more."Good Girl Book Club
Michelle Stimpson is an educational consultant who earned her master's degree from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a bachelor's from Jarvis Christian College. She is the author of "The Good Stuff, Boaz Brown, " and "Divas of Damascas Road, " an "Essence"(r) bestseller. She has also written "Trouble in My Way, " a young adult novel, as well as several short stories for teens. Michelle currently lives outside Dallas with her husband and two childre
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - l3wilso - LibraryThing
Not a very good read to me. I was a little disappointed that I could figure the story out without finishing the book. I am not sure what story the author was trying to tell. a moral one, a single woman on her own, what was the story? Author needs more work on developing plot and storytelling. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Ezinwanyi - LibraryThing
I must admit that I didn't enjoy this book. It was too predictable and the author tried to hide the lack of development of the plot and characters behind a multitude of religious verses. This "heroine ... Read full review