Pat G'Orge-Walker -
Don't Blame The Devil -
Available Now! -
5 out of 5 books -
For the past 40 years or so, Delilah Dupree had chosen her career over the family. Her son, Jesse, had gotten married and had a family of his own. When Jesse's wife dies, Delilah believes that it's finally time to mend the fence and try to have a relationship with her family. Little does Delilah know, Jesse wants nothing to do with her. But she decides that it's time to change his mind, and she cannot do that on her own. So she enlists the help of her ex-husband, Deacon Pillar. Deacon Pillar thought that Delilah was dead and gone until he saw her in the church's parking lot. The Deacon has some demons that he would like to keep buried, but with Delilah knowing his past, that's a little hard to do. She threatens to tell his new woman all about his sordid past unless he helps her. Delilah got more than what she bargained for because the Deacon's new woman is nothing to play with. What will the Deacon do?
Author Pat G'Orge-Walker gives you a colorful outtake on what happens when you say you're a child of God, but don't act like it. Don't Blame The Devil is hilarious. The relationship between Deacon Pillar and Delilah will have you laughing from start to finish. I really enjoyed how the author subtly explains how God will be with you every step of the way...you just have to trust in Him. This novel also teaches you the lesson that you are responsible for your own actions, and no one is to blame but you. In Don't Blame The Devil, you can identify what each character goes through, and how it is hindering their walk with Christ. Even though this book will have you laughing out loud, it also raises the question, "Am I walking the right path with the Lord?" Don't Blame The Devil is a great read and I highly recommend it.
Reviewed by Jackie for Urban Reviews
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