Tempted to Touch By Nigeria Lockley

Book Description...

"Kira Seagram is frustrated by her husband Mason’s zeal for the Lord, so she pours all of her attention into her work and reserves her soprano singing skills for the shower. Kira would rather not use them if she get can’t the adoration and recognition she feels she deserves and doubts she’ll find singing lead for Mason’s choir. When a routine drop off at her son, Nate’s private school turns into a ten-year reunion with her ex-boyfriend, Quincy McAdams, Kira isn’t interested in Mason's half-hearted affection or willing to keep her voice to herself. With a firm offer from Quincy to help Kira cut a demo and possibly revive the love they let die, Kira has some choices to make. When Kira finds herself tempted to touch will she remain faithful to her husband or yield to the desires of her flesh?"

Title:  Tempted to Touch
Author:  Nigeria Lockley
Publisher:  Inheritance Books
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean
Rating: Five

"Tempted to Touch" by Nigeria Lockley

My Thoughts...

Wonderful and well written story that will give you much thought long after the read.  The subject matter 'temptation' was right on the mark on what can go wrong so quickly in any marriage whether you are a Christian or not when they try to deal with issues separately there  can be problems as it was for Kira and Mason Seagram.  For these two people from the read you  will see how the enemy almost wrecked their marriage. However, for these two their was a wonderful Pastor Stone who was there with her wisdom which was such a beautiful part of this read that I truly loved. Will Kira and Mason get back to being 'healed, whole and walking in the promises of God?'  Now, I will stop here and say you must pick up this wonderful story that was 'powerful, amazing and beautifully' presented to the readers.   Well done to the author!


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