M. Ann Ricks -
The Blood Done Signed My Name -
Available Now! -
3.5 out of 5 books -
Honey Lamb is trying to deal with the demise of her marriage and the role she played to have her husband, Mason, walk away. Depression is taking over; even though she functions at work and at home, she finds herself constantly crying and thinking about Mason and how great he was to her, how he treated her with the utmost respect and love that a man can show a woman. But the fact remains...how could she do the unthinkable to the man that she adores and loves beyond measure?
Honey's landlord, Ms. Sadie has taking a liking to Honey, so much so that Ms. Sadie is always checking on her and letting her know that she is there for Honey anytime if she needs to talk. Ms. Sadie knows that with a little guidance and if Honey can open her heart to God, she can let the sins of her past go. But she can only do this if she asks for forgiveness from God and opens her heart to the greater things God has in store for her.
The Blood Done Signed My Name by M. Ann Ricks was a beautifully written Christian fiction novel filled with many scriptures from the Bible. Aside from being unclear on the timeframe of certain events, the "betrayal" was never revealed until about 30 pages from the end. Although I was able to figure out what the "betrayal" was from reading between the lines, there was no huge twist that should have made that revelation so long into the story. Aside from that, I would say all-in-all, this was a good book that is an eye opener for anyone that has issues with letting go of their troubled past.
Reviewed by Leona for Urban Reviews
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