The Other Side of Divine (Blessed Trinity) By Vanessa Davis Griggs



Title: The Other Side of Divine
Author:  Vanessa Davis Griggs
Publisher: Dafina
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean
Rating: 5
Review:

"The Other Side of Divine" by Vanessa Davis Griggs


"Full of crazy church politics and a huge cast, Griggs keeps this on-going story alive by addressing the challenges of living by Biblical rules with homespun humor." --Publishers Weekly Paris Simmons-Holyfield is finally pregnant with the baby she's dreamed of for so long. There's just one complication: she's not sure who the father is. Apparently, after a night of drinking with her ex-coworker and ally Darius Connors, it could be him. Considering her husband's track record, chances are it is. Still, Paris prays it's not Darius, and decides to keep quiet about her worries. Especially because Darius isn't ready to give up on his crumbling marriage...

Meanwhile, after a battle to keep her adopted daughter and an ugly confrontation with Paris's family, Gabrielle Mercedes has finally found love and happiness. But when her father shows up, paroled from prison, she fears she's in for another round of trouble. As all three navigate the path from sin to redemption, can they forgive their way to the other side?"



What I enjoyed about "The Other Side of Divine"....


This was another great read from this author...which was a continuation of 'The Other Side of Dare' novel and with the ending of this novel gives us a good ending.  The characters... Gabrielle,  Miss
Crowe along with many others really gave this series  and us the readers a wonderful amazing read. 
I loved how this author gives the reader a knowledgeable scripture before each   chapter only  delivering to her readers a wonderful novel that give us the 'Word of God' ... through 'Strongholds, forgiveness, faithfulness, resisting temptation to love  dedication  and respect.' 

I would like to thank this author for such a wonderful spiritual read.








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