No Good Thing
Mason Jefferson had everything she ever wanted. A luxury home, a stellar career, and a man who knew how to handle her driven nature. The only problem is he’s married to her best friend and worship partner and refuses to leave his wife and children to build the life Mason so desperately wanted. Selah David still can’t believe she handed over her heart and the last eight years of her life to a man who has no interest in committing to her or God. When drama within the family unfolds when a long-kept secret is revealed in the midst of Selah’s storm, an unlikely source of encouragement offers her strength and comfort... but at a cost. As faithful members of Atlanta’s fastest growing multicultural ministry both women are fighting for deliverance as new temptations and old enemies threaten to overtake them. Mason and Selah combat the fiery trials of Christian singlehood— fornication, trust, and envy. All the while, as Reverend Moses King’s flock depend on him for direction and a Word straight from Heaven to light their path the young, charismatic pastor of Salt Covenant Baptist Church quietly struggles with a thorn of his own...
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