Scandalous Truth

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Urban Books, Aug 1, 2012 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Nikki Broussard hasn't always been saved, but she is now, and that's what counts. Happily married and raising an active young daughter, her past is tucked safely away—until a tragic turn of events threatens to unravel her idyllic life.
When their daughter is diagnosed with a life-threatening condition, Nikki and William worry about how they will afford her treatment. Nikki's faith is tested as she considers returning to her old ways in order to pay for it.
To add to their stress, William is thrust into the spotlight when he decides to run for mayor after a candidate—his pastor and mentor—winds up dead. Suddenly, every detail of their life is under scrutiny. As William struggles to live out the commitment he feels to his dead pastor, Nikki wonders if the details of her past will emerge and damage their relationship.
When life spins out of control, the scandalous truth can be too much for anyone—even a Christian family—to bear.
 

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User Review  - Pamela - Christianbook.com

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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