Monday, August 18, 2008


As Fred Bennett transitions from player to prayer, and temptation looms, his heart leans towards his friend Yolanda.
Child Recovery Specialist Raoul Carizales has reached the top of his profession and is seeking someone to share his success. He wants Yolanda, especially if it means humiliating Fred in the process. Successful in her teaching career, Yolanda Mason believes her social life is stalled until she suddenly has a choice: Fred or Raoul?
After a whirlwind romance, Max and Donna Carson must now adjust to the realities of marriage. Dr. Randolph Errell is rich, but spiritually empty. Is running his clinic enough or will he risk his heart again?
When one of Yolanda's students is abducted, Raoul is hired to solve the case. Assigned by his newspaper to cover the story, Fred and Raoul must put their differences aside to bring the boy home safely.
Each of these men and women is confronted with trials that seem beyond their ability to cope. God's presence in their lives or the lack thereof will make or break their situations.
Maurice M. Gray, Jr. is the author of two novels, an editor, speaker and comedian. He currently serves on the faculties of the Sandy Cove and the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers Conferences, where he evaluates manuscripts for conferees and teaches workshops. Along with Lacricia A'ngelle, Dr. Linda Beed, Kimberly Brooks, Wanda Campbell and Jacquelin Thomas, he is a member of the Damascus Road Authors.

Maurice is a member of Bethel AME Church in Wilmington, DE, where he is active in many ministries (including the Singles Ministry and the Men's Chorus). He is also a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc and of the Greater Newark Area Toastmasters club. He lives in New Castle, DE with his family.

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