Caring What People Think

Caring What People Think Russell Brown Is The Most Eligible Bachelor At Outreach Fellowship Church He S Career Minded, Has His Own Money And Is Successful He S Tired Of Dating And Has Vowed Not To Casually Date, But To Find Mrs Brown Battling Depression Since Her Father S Death, Dannica Rawlins Sees Nothing Good In Her Present Or Future At The End Of Her Rope, She Meets Russell In The Nick Of Time After Dating For Only A Few Months, Russell Is Sure She Is The One To Take His Last Name Will Dannica Allow God And An Upright Man To Love Her Pain Away If You Liked Robinson S First Novel, Brotherly Love And Betrayal, You Re Sure To Love Caring What People Think PowerfulThis book dealt with so many issues Christianity, depression, suicide, marriage, love, church Ms Robinson examined being saved versus believing in a higher power Russel thought that God had led him to his future wife and despite seeing some undesirable behavior in her, he refused to go through the Christian protocol of couple counseling prior to jumping the broom Dannica, his wife, proved to have issues that were beyond anything Russell could handle alone He realized he didn t really know her and had wed too fast But God The ending was so powerful, proving that with God, all things are possible Highly recommended. This book dealt with depression and suicide, two issues usually not discussed in the African American community Dannica is battling the demons of her past when she meets Russell He sees the God in her and makes it his mission to get to know her Their quick courtship led to a quiet wedding but their lives would be forever changed by a few actions.Caring What People Think is a powerful novel However, there are several editing issues that stop this from being a 4 star read The are also several character development inconsistencies that made one flip back to re read The strong Christian undertone is supported throughout the book and offers opportunity to recommit to Christ at the end A Christian fiction with a much needed tale of redemption and eternal happiness.

Robinson s storytelling abilities culminated during her early childhood years Being an only child until the age of ten, a pen and a sheet of paper always provided a way of escape from boredom While other children were outside playing, she spent quiet time in her room playing with dolls, reading, journaling and creating stories Elements of those stories have now evolved into full length books M

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  • Paperback
  • 236 pages
  • Caring What People Think
  • Daphine Glenn Robinson
  • English
  • 02 January 2019
  • 9780979970719

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