January 3, 2012

Review & #Rafflecopter #Giveaway: Sinners & Saints

TEAM JASMINE or TEAM RACHEL?


Bestselling and award-winning novelists Victoria Christopher Murray and ReShonda Tate Billingsley bring their favorite heroines together in a novel that will delight their legions of fans.


Jasmine Larson Bush and Rachel Jackson Adams are not your typical first ladies. But they’ve overcome their scandalous and drama-filled pasts to stand firmly by their husbands’ sides.


When a coveted position opens up—president of the American Baptist Coalition— both women think their husbands are perfect for the job. And winning the position may require both women to get down and dirty and revert to their old tricks. Just when Jasmine and Rachel think they’re going to have to fight to the finish, the current first lady of the coalition steps in . . . a woman bigger, badder, and more devious than either of them.


Double the fun with a message of faith, Sinners & Saints will delight readers with two of their favorite characters from two of their favorite authors.

Reading Sinners & Saints was one of my favorite guilty pleasures.  Jasmine and Rachel are strong, independent women who go for what they want and will not apologize for it.  I had a blast diving into this entertaining, well-written novel.  When you are in the mood for a book that has heart, I recommend Sinners & Saints.

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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for free for review purposes. All opinions expressed are 100% my own.

46 comments:

Ollie said...

I would like to read Joy.

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♡♥♬ Raven In A Blue Room ♬♥♡ said...

I would like to read "The Deal, the Dance, and the Devil" from Victoria and "The Devil Is A Lie" from ReShonda

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jajils said...

I would like to read the devil

Janet said...

I would love to read the deal, the dance and the devil :) thanks for the chance to win!

Janet said...

I would love to read Drama Queens :)

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Jakes Movie Reviews said...

I would like to read the deal, the dance and the devil and on the other site I'd love to get and read drama queen :)

Sarita said...

I'm intrigued by The Deal, the dance and the devil

Sarita said...

Say Amen Again

greenduckie13 said...

The Ex Files

greenduckie13 said...

LET THE CHURCH SAY AMEN

Lilian said...

Too Little, Too Late: A Novel is my pick!

Lilian said...

Reshonda's THE DEVIL IS A LIE sounds intriguing.

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clynsg said...

Never heard of these heroines before. Would like to read A Sin and a Shame--might as well start at the beginning, any I guess that is the first of this series as best I can tell from the site.

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clynsg said...

Never heard of these heroines before. Would like to read Let the Church Say Amen--might as well start at the beginning, any I guess that is the first of this series as best I can tell from the site.

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RoChele said...

"Lady Jasmine" and "Something To Say" both sound great.

Christina said...

Christina - xristya@rock.com - By ReShonda I'd like to read Something To Say.

Christina said...

Christina - xristya@rock.com - I'd love to read Joy.

sherggyy said...

I would like to read Victoria's The X-Files

sherggyy said...

I would want to read Reshonda's book called The Devil Is A Lie.

Lisa said...

I'd like to read The Ex Files

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Lisa said...

I would like to read Getting Even

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kim miller said...

I would read Victoria's "Lady Jasmine"

kim miller said...

I would read Reshonda's "HELP! I’VE TURNED INTO MY MOTHER" because I know I already have turned into my mom.

Nickolay said...

I would also like to read GROWN FOLKS BUSINESS

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Nickolay said...

I would also like to read Something To Say

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Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

Sins of the Mother
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Anonymous said...

"Something To Say"!

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Clair said...

I would love to read too little too late and something to say

Deborah Wellenstein said...

On victoria's website-The Deal the Dance and the Devil.
On RaShonda's website-A Good Man is Hard to Find.

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cindy said...

On victoria's website-The Deal the Dance and the Devil
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john said...

A Good Man is Hard to Find
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Becky said...

From Victoria's website: Lady Jasmine: A Novel

Becky said...

From Reshondas website: The Devil is a Lie

daveshir2005 said...

I would also like to read Lady Jasmine.

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daveshir2005 said...

I would also like to read The Devil is a Lie by ReShonda.

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Jim said...

Grown Folks business sounds good

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Jim said...

Holly Rollers by RaShonda sounds good

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purango said...

I would like to read Lady Jasmine: A Novel. garrettsambo@aol.com

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I would like to read Holy Rollers. garrettsambo@aol.com