Sunday, May 25, 2014
Review: Friday Night Love
Friday Night Love by Tia McCollors
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Zenja Maxwell is a woman scorned. On the verge of a divorce, Zenja is ready to enjoy life and not reflect on how much her husband, Roman has hurt her. Little does she know, Roman is a man on the mission to get his family back together again and will stop at nothing to make it happen. Knowing that he needs to cut through Zenja’s hurt, Roman gets the assistance of their good friends, Caprice and Duane. After receiving an invitation to a Friday Night Love session, Zenja and Roman are forced to take a hard look at their marriage and the part each person played in it. Through Bible based challenges, the couple starts getting to the root of their problems but is it enough for reconciliation? Will Zenja and Roman go their separate ways?
Friday Night Love is a great Christian story on the power of love, faith and forgiveness. It shows us that at long as we keep God at the head of our household, we can get through anything no matter how many obstacles are thrown our way. I must admit that forgiveness is never easy but we have to have faith and let God lead our steps. He will never steer us wrong even when our mind says differently.
This is my first read by the author but it will not be my last. Zenja and Roman are relatable and made for great character development as we re-examine our own relationships. I thoroughly enjoyed the storyline. I was happy it showed that no one is exempt from infidelity. “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.”
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