Sinners And Saints

by Victoria Christopher Murray & Reshonda Tate Billingsley


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Date Reviewed:  Jan 10, 2012

Jasmine Larson, as she is called by her longtime frenemy Mae Frances, tried to stay on the straight and narrow path, but it’s hard to do that in her Jimmy Choos. Rachel Adams doesn’t have a restrained bone in her body, but is still not as flexible as her new nemesis whose stripper, man-stealing past she is happy to expose. Divas in their own right, both women have their eyes on what they consider to be their husband’s prize and are willing to do whatever it takes to be the next first lady of the world.

Victoria Christopher Murray and ReShonda Tate Billingsley make the dreams of their fans come true with SINNERS AND SAINTS. In true church-drama fashion they spin a tale that makes reality television look like Sunday school. The plot offers twists, bumps and turns fans with an appetite for stories about Jasmine and Rachel will eat up. Entertainment is the moral of this story as it offers readers a jam-packed, drama-filled literary ride sure to satisfy everyone who has enjoyed stories about Rachel Adams and Lady Jasmine in the past.

Reviewed by *Guest Reviewer Shawneda Marks
of The RAWSISTAZ™ Reviewers


Shawneda Marks is an avid reader, book reviewer and author of five Christian fiction novels. two new series Real Firstwives and Diamond Butterfly Angels release starting 2012. She lives in metropolitan Atlanta with her husband and daughter. Sign up for her newsletter and learn more about her at


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