The members of Kingdom Citizens Christian Center believe in sharing the spirit of love and generosity with others. Even so, they can’t seem to follow the ten commandments, a fact that suggests it just might be time to add rule number eleven…
While Frieda Moore has not found her way to the Good Word—she has charted a path to a really good, upscale life. Still, she’s not about to let her prominent surgeon husband and baby son get in the way of her good time. The sizzling blessings she’s getting from her primed-and-ready 25-year-old lover are too divine to resist…until one too many secrets threaten to ruin this bad girl’s heaven on earth…
Frieda’s more sensible cousin, Hope Taylor, was sure she and her spouse, Cy, were solid-in-the-spirit. But now a long-lost love is requesting an act of Christian charity that for Cy could be a second chance at temptation. And when Hope’s best friend, Stacy, must decide if a money-making scheme with her ex will fix her rocky marriage, the consequences will have the saved, maybe-saved, and the hardly-saved begging for deliverance . . .
“Expertly illuminates the wacky world of the devout and devoutly devilish.” —Publishers Weekly on Reverend Feelgood
“More secrets are exposed and old enemies learn to forgive as this family faces, together, what life throws their way.” —RT Book Reviews on Taking Care of Business
1. Frieda was largely responsible for the problems she dealt
with in her marriage. How do you feel about her? Did
your feelings change once you knew more about her?
2. Some situations may have remained hidden had Cordella
not gotten involved.What do you think about her? What
about her son, Clark?
3. What are your thoughts about Trisha? Compassion?
4. If you were faced with a situation similar to the one
Hope dealt with, how would you handle it?
5. Bo and Darius faced a pretty serious threat to their
union. Do you think their marriage will survive? Why or
6. Regarding Stacy and Hope, do you agree with the type
of support each gave their husband?
7. If you were Stacy, would you have handled what happened
to her differently? Why or why not?
8. In more than one situation, temptation from outsiders
threatened to cripple the relationship(s). What do you
think about men or women who go after someone who
is married? Do you think it is their responsibility not to
do it, or the married person’s responsibility not to take
9. As men go, Gabriel Livingston is one of the good ones.
Do you agree with what appears to be his decision
where Frieda is concerned?
10. What are your thoughts about the eleventh commandment?