Sunday, August 15, 2010

Mailbox Monday

The mailman brought me two books this week:
Flaws and AllFlaws and All :  Faith, family, and friendship have always been top priority to lifelong friends Lawson, Reginell, Sullivan, Angel, and Kina, but each one is about to be put to the test during one turbulent year.

Lawson Kerry is a struggling single mother who has finally gotten her life together. Now, a fierce custody battle with her ex threatens to the tear apart everything she's built.

Reginell Kerry is a starry-eyed singer determined to make it to the top of the charts, but will she change her tune when a chance at fame means shedding her clothes and her self-respect?

Sullivan Webb is the pampered wife of a charismatic pastor with political aspirations, but she just might destroy her husband's campaign and their marriage if she can't control her wandering eye.

Angel King has dedicated her life to nursing following the destruction of her marriage. Can she maintain her professionalism when she discovers that her newest patient is the woman who stole her husband?

Kina Battle has had enough of her husband's verbal and physical abuse. When she's pushed to the edge, the situation heads in a deadly direction, and there's no turning back.

Nothing is sacred, all bets are off, and the lives of these ladies will never be the same. Will they have the strength to hold on to their friendships and put their trust in God?

Health Scare: The Truth Behind America's Health Care CrisisHealth Scare: The Truth Behind America's Health Care Crisis:  Trying to understand how to fix America's health care system is almost enough to give you health problems of your own. Why is health care too expensive for millions of Americans to afford? Why does health care reform always seem to make things even worse than they already were? If these issues give you headaches and hypertension, you're not alone-but health care industry veteran Rene P. Moret is here to help. Health Scare explains how the Band-Aids applied to the health care system have done nothing to heal its fundamental flaws, and prescribes the solutions Americans need to nurse the system back to health.

This month Mailbox Monday can be found at Chick Loves Lit.  Please stop by and see what folks are getting!

11 comments:

  1. Two interesting books! I am especially intrigued by Health Scare.

    Enjoy your books!

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  2. I agree that Health Scare sounds intriguing...anything that sheds light on what seems to be an intractable problem is always a good thing!

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  3. Flaws and All looks good. Health Scare probably would scare me! Happy reading! Please stop by my Mailbox when you have a moment.

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  4. I hope you enjoy both books!

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  5. Stating the obvious...Health Scare looks good...but scary. LOL

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  6. I love a story about a family and their fatal flaws!!

    My book blog: 5 Minutes for Books

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  7. Health Scare might be scary but might have some useful info. I hope you enjoy both books!

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  8. Anonymous8:23 AM

    Very Interesting!
    Thank You!

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  9. Thank you for introducing your readers to "Flaws and All" by Shana Burton.

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  10. Thanks for posting Flaws and All! I can guarantee you'll love it! (Sorry, no money back if you don't, though :0(

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  11. Both books look so interesting! Enjoy. I look forward to hearing more. Health Scare..well it scares me.

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