Porshias Revenge is the second installment and conclusion to the fiction story entitled, Clean Slate. The saga is continued in this sequel as Porshias revengeful personality is revealed as she regrettably, agreed to a divorce that she once vowed to never accept. Porshia followed the advice of the enemy who convinced her to wreak havoc upon a marriage that was ordained by God. While peer pressure in the form of adversity and confusion kept Porshias heart filled with negativity and strife, she allowed herself to be tricked into participating in an evil plot. But she later learned that the enemy always had its own agenda. Will Porshia continue being played by the master game planner, or will she give up the game? Porshias Revenge Is an Enjoyable, Unfolding Contemporary Story of Love And Revenge Challenged by Traditional Christian Values. Once picked up, it is hard to put down. Cleveland S. Thornhill Protestant Chaplain Bedford Hills Correctional Facility
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