Casting the First Stone

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Dafina Books, Jul 1, 2002 - Fiction - 384 pages
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The remarkable story of a woman torn between salvaging her marriage and savoring her first sweet taste of independence, Kimberla Lawson Roby's award-winning and bestselling novel is now available in a Dafina mass market edition.

Tanya Black has everything a woman could want: a fulfilling career, a beautiful daughter, an elegant home, and a handsome, charismatic husband who is pastor at a prominent Baptist church. And yet, none of it can hide the growing turbulence in her marriage. When Tanya discovers disturbing truths about Curtis, she is plunged into a bittersweet journey of discovery. For while she learns painful new lessons about love, loyalty, and sensual temptation, she also discovers the wisdom to celebrate the victories that are hers alone.

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User Review  - bamalibrarylady - LibraryThing

Not very often do I find myself so drawn to a book that I can't put it down.However in the case of "Casting the First Stone," I was definitely drawn. Never before has a book written about the ... Read full review

Review: Casting the First Stone (Reverend Curtis Black #1)

User Review  - Wanda - Goodreads

The first of Pastor Black series! This book was something else. When I read it I had to ask is this based on the truth? Truely I believe so because I am commenting on this books years after I read the book. This book got me hooked on this author and I can't wait for the next book each year. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Kimberla Lawson Roby is the award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of the Reverend Curtis Black series as well as several other novels and novellas. She lives with her husband in Illinois. You can learn more about Kimberla by visiting KimRoby.com, Twitter.com/KimberlaLRoby, or Facebook.com/kimberlalawsonroby.

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