Scandalous Truth

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Kensington Books, Jan 1, 2009 - Fiction - 436 pages
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Nikki Broussard hasn't always been saved. But she is now, and that's what counts. She is married to a devoted man named William, and has a precocious and delightful daughter. But Nikki's idyllic life spins out of control when her daughter becomes ill and her husband becomes involved in politics.

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This was an amazing book. It showed that life even for a christian can be hard but we must keep the faith no matter what. I love this book and I would recommend this book to every christian in the world who has ever experienced a hard time in their lives

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Strong sexual content overshadowed Christian message. I was disappointed and threw my copy in the wastebasket. Read full review

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Monica P. Carter is now a full-time freelance writer and motivational speaker. She writes a weekly newspaper column, which has won several awards, and she lives in Shreveport, Louisiana.

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