“I will bow down toward your holy temple and will praise your name for your love and your faithfulness, for you have exalted above all things your name and your word.”- Psalm 138:2

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Faithful ~ Kim Cash Tate

This is the story of friendship and faith. This book is about a group of friends going through some very difficult situations.

Cyd is single, turning 40 the day of her very pushy sisters wedding, maid of honor for the wedding and meets Cedric the best man. The saga continues as Cedric has an interest in Cyd; however, he has a girlfriend and acts very swava. Cyd is attracted but very cautious with her feelings and is not sure this man is right for her to get involved with.

Dana is Cyd’s best friend and she comes home one day to find her husband in bed with a 20 year old blonde from the church choir. Dana’s husband doesn’t want the marriage to end but Dana has to deal with all this and think of their 2 children.

Phyllis has 4 children who love GOD and going to church, her husband does not want faith nor church in his life. As Phyllis goes to her class reunion without her husband, she meets Rod a former classmate. they start to talk and spend time together. Realizing that they both have faith and many things in common, causing Phyllis to start questioning feelings for Rod and what true feelings she has for her husband left at home watching their children.

This is a great book for middle aged women. It keeps your attention and has many situations happening each chapter. It was a fun and loving read. If you want to just get away while reading then this book is for you. You can get very attached to all the characters.

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