The Eleventh Commandment Review

The Eleventh Commandment Review

When I started to read this book I did not know that this was the 8th installment of The Hallelujah Love Series. I must say, I was not lost or confused. The Eleventh Commandment is an excellent read and I truly enjoyed this book. In Eleventh Commandment you will meet Frieda, Hope and Stacy. The storyline is excellent and if you didn’t know any better, you wouldn’t realize it’s a Christian book. Lutishia brings you unfaithfulness, abuse, courage, love and so much more into this book.  IT was amazing to see Lutishia pull so many characters and plots together.  Each couple are faced with their own obstacles as well as individuals.  



Lutishia Lovely is an actor and  former radio personality who resides near San Diego, CA. She is available for interviews, speaking engagements, and live, Skype or teleconferenced book club meetings. She loves to meet readers and thrives on sharing her
personal story, one that will hopefully inspire others to live their dreams. Lutishia grew up in a small Kansas town, and often had to rely on her own creativity and imagination for entertainment. Her childhood habit of long conversations with imaginary friends has evolved into a satisfying, award-winning literary career which includes six books in the Hallelujah Love series and four romance novels by her alter-ego, Zuri Day. Since childhood, she’s also had a deep-seated belief that dreams can come true. This is what gave her the courage to take her self-published novel to a conference attended by 25,000 people, give one book to one editor, and get a book deal. She says that magic can happen when we truly believe…




Tender to the Touch Review

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Tender to the Touch


By: Nicole Rouse


Tender to the Touch is an excellent Christian read. It deals with infidelity, lies, betrayal and so much more. In Tender to the Touch Nicole takes you on a journey of six friends. Each friend has their own trials in tribulations, but in the end some trials are greater than others.


Nicole S. Rouse brings you a story about true friendship, abuse and how one’s lies can catch up with you. Through it all the ladies has a test of faith, but with God on their side they are determined not to let the devil win. This is a great read and Nicole does excellent with the story line. I really enjoyed reading this novel.


I believe in some way, this novel would be a great inspiration to a lot of women out there.


Here’s a brief prologue of the novel:


The blood covering J. Amanda’s hands did not belong to her. Neither did the blotches of blood on her casual brown khakis. In total shock, she dragged her body across the recently remodeled kitchen floor, and as she leaned against the refrigerator, she stared at the faint smears of blood that had trailed her. Numb to her surroundings, J. Amanda wiped her trembling hands on her pants, then subconsciously reached for the gold cross hanging from her neck. Oh my God! What just happened? she asked herself. 

                 As she looked around the kitchen, she covered her mouth with her red-stained hands. The smell of death surrounded her. How could she be so foolish? In her quest to find happiness, she had damaged the lives of her loved ones and close friends. What had happened in the kitchen was all her fault, and no one could convince her otherwise. “This can’t be real,” she mumbled in disbelief. “God wouldn’t do this to me. I’m only thirty-nine years old.” 

                 Feeling like a failure, J. Amanda crawled back to the center of the room in tears and stopped by the gun that had fired the fatal shot. It was only a matter of time before the police arrived, and she knew that once they assessed the scene of the crime, she would be headed to jail. 

J. Amanda had disappointed everyone—her family, her friends, her ministry, and, most of all, God. 

                  Reaching for the gun lying by her leg, she wiped the tears from her cheeks with each arm. This is the price I have to pay for taking my eyes off of you, she sobbed. Then, slowly, J. Amanda closed her eyes as she lifted the gun to her temple, and in a childlike voice she moaned, “I’m so sorry, God.”



Flawfully Wedded Wives Review


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I just finished reading Flawfully Wedded Wives by Shana Burton. I must admit, I was a little skeptical in the beginning. Once I got to reading it, the book was really good and inspiring. In this book you will meet Sullivan, Lawson, Kina, Reginell and Angel five friends with five different issues. 

Just when Sullivan, Lawson, Kina, Angel, and Reginell finally think they’ve gotten life figured out, fate steps in and throws them a curve ball, adding fuel to the drama that seems to follow the ladies wherever they go. The ladies often allow themselves to be led by their hearts instead of their heads, but this time, they will have no other choice but to listen to the voice of the Lord.

You will be taken on emotional roller coaster but will be uplifted from the wonderful scriptures that Shana uses in her book. This book has an awesome storyline and it will keep your interest from the beginning to the end.

Shana Burton will begin her virtual book tour starting August 12-23, 2013. Stop by one of her tours and check her out.


About the Author


As a child, Shana Johnson Burton, a native of Macon, Georgia, wanted to be two things: an author and a flower. Eventually, she sided with being an author. She is a two-time Georgia Author of the Year nominee and has received many awards and accolades for her work as both an author and educator. She is the mother of two children and enjoys reading, dancing, traveling, and taking long naps. In addition to Flawfully Wedded Wives, Shana Burto is the Author of Suddenly Single, First Comes Love, Catt Chasin’, Flaws and All, and Flaw Less. Shana can be contact at



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