Sydney Isaacs has two priorities: her family, and Decadent, the gourmet
pastry business they founded almost three generations ago. But both are
in jeopardy when her brother, Dean, announces his sudden engagement to
the conniving Sheree Vern. Much to Sydney's dismay, Dean inherits
ownership of Decadent, despite his lack of interest. Now he and Sheree
are selling the chain to finance his dreams of becoming a music
producer—or so Dean believes…
Thanks to Sheree, Dean’s plans, the
business, and his marriage, soon implode in ways he never
expected—leaving Sydney determined to salvage whatever she can, and fix
the mess left behind. Her only solace is her romance with Hayden
Windsor. But Hayden is Sheree’s half brother, and it doesn’t take long
for Sydney to wonder if Hayden knew about Sheree’s scheming all along?
Soon Sydney creates a deception of her own to find out the truth. Her
strategy is working, until the consequences threaten to destroy
everything she values most—including her faith. Overcome with guilt, can
she make things right with her brother, with Hayden, and with God?... Praise for Rhonda Bowen’s Man Enough For Me
“Enough drama, romance, and faith that keeps you turning pages.” —Tia McCollors, Essence
® bestselling author
“A sweet Christian romance.” –Publishers Weekly
“I expect that readers will be clamoring for more from Rhonda Bowen.” --Tiffany L. Warren, Essence
® bestselling author
1. How far would you go to right a wrong with someone
who hurt you or your family? Where do you draw the
line between justice and vengeance?
2. At what point do you think Sydney went too far to find
out about Sheree?
3. How do you think Hayden should have dealt with his sister’s
deception when he first found out about it? Should
he have told Sydney what he knew?
4. Sydney’s relationship with God was weak because of the
negative experiences she had in church as a child and
the negative experiences related to her parents’ divorce.
How much do our interactions with other Christians affect
our perception of God?
5. Throughout the novel, Lissandra displays a range of
questionable behavior. As her older sister, do you think
Sydney responds to Lissandra as she should? What do
you think of the relationship between the two?
6. JJ mentions that Sheree might not have stolen from
their family if Sydney and her sisters had treated Sheree
with love instead of suspicion. Do you think this is true?
7. Despite growing up in the same home, under the same
influences, Sydney and her siblings have very different
relationships with God. Why do you think this is? Is this
common among siblings?
8. Sydney bonds with Maritza because they both love and
are involved with high-profile men. Do you think dating
someone with a lot of money is more complicated?
9. Do you think Hayden should have forgiven Sydney? If
you were in his position, would you have forgiven her?
10. At the end of the novel, the sisters find Sheree once
again. What do you think they should do with her?