Say a little Prayer

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Genese Bryson is a pastor's daughter who has come to a cross roads in her life. When cleaning the church one evening she has a run in with a broken man who was jumped by gang members and sought refuge in the church in order to save his life. When Genese helps this poor man she finds herself in the middle of his trouble, leaving her to question her decision to save the man bleeding at her feet. More

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About Krystal Milton

Krystal Milton is a single mother living in New York with her two children. She has been an avid reader and writer since her teenage years, but recently self published her debut novel Deception in June of 2012. Since then she has published in four other titles including; Charge that to the Game, Field Advantage, Blitz, and Say a little Prayer.
When she isn’t reading or spending time with her children, she writes on her blog DWED- Defining Women’s Evolution in Discovery and works on creating new Characters, situations and circumstances for her readers to enjoy.

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Review by: Nicole Dunlap on March 05, 2013 :
He said v.s. she said. Who do you trust. At times I was hoping for the best for Genese new boyfriend because it presented a gangsta teenage love story. At other times I hoped Genese could trust her best friend Amaya. Toward the middle I cared for Genese enough to tell her to get some new friends and to not trust anybody! Anyways this book had funny moments, sad ones and very grimmy moments to as The good Christian girl Genese had placed herself in the middle of a gang squabble. The ending is beyond good. Street lit meets God lit. And the writer spun magic
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Nicole Dunlap on March 05, 2013 :
He said v.s. she said. Who do you trust. At times I was hoping for the best for Genese new boyfriend because it presented a gangsta teenage love story. At other times I hoped Genese could trust her best friend Amaya. Toward the middle I cared for Genese enough to tell her to get some new friends and to not trust anybody! Anyways this book had funny moments, sad ones and very grimmy moments to as The good Christian girl Genese had placed herself in the middle of a gang squabble. The ending is beyond good. Street lit meets God lit. And the writer spun magic
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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