Vanessa Davis Griggs -
Redeeming Waters -
Available Now! -
5 out of 5 books -
Unzell and Briana Waters were college sweethearts that later were happily married. During their college years, Unzell was a football star. With a NFL career ahead of him, he was destined for stardom. That was, until an unfortunate play that left Unzell unable to have football as his career. Determined to have a fresh start, Briana and Unzell decided to move to Georgia. While living in Atlanta, Unzell got a job working with gospel superstar King d.Avid. Unbeknownst to Unzell, Briana knew the artist from her childhood, and that it was not just an ordinary encounter...even though she was ten and he was twenty-five! Briana never forgot David R. Shepherd, and he didn't forget her either. While Unzell is travelling with King d.Avid's crew. Briana is home and starting to feel a little neglected, and that's when David steps in. An unforeseen tragedy happens and Briana has to make a decision that will affect the rest of her life. Will King d.Avid step in and take advantage of her while she is vulnerable, or will he just be a shoulder for her to lean on?
I have always enjoyed how author Vanessa Davis Griggs puts a twist on biblical stories and bring them into the modern world. While reading Redeeming Waters, there are some lessons to be learned and may have you questioning if you're on the right path. The author grabs your attention from page one and keeps it all the way until the end of the book. As you read this book, you will come to understand each character and their walk with or without God. As I always state when I read one of her books, Vanessa Davis Griggs is never preachy, she gets to the point, and it's something you'll definitely understand. Redeeming Waters is a very good read.
Reviewed by Jackie for Urban Reviews
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Saturday, December 31, 2011
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