Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Write Now Virtual Book Tour presents Author Dr. ViVi Congress of No Condemnation on tour July 1-12, 2013.

Write Now Virtual Book Tour presents Author 

Dr. ViVi Congress of No Condemnation


Product Details



About The Book
The city of Tobe, a snowball's throw away from Buffalo NY, is known for its frosty climate...and its drama. Despite the chilling temperatures, love is in bloom for some of its residents while lowering the boom on others. Either way, getting the most out of love and life is largely based on healthy decisions because there are times when, simply put, love isn't always enough. 
Young, enterprising Trené Sloan is successful in business but not so much when it comes to relationships. Recklessly in love with Chaz Thomas, the philandering father of her children, Trené continues to dole out love and forgiveness in the face of his unrelenting quest for short-lived affairs with every woman that crosses his path.

But will she find the courage to make the hard decision to leave the toxic relationship and reclaim her misplaced faith before tragedy occurs?

No Condemnation (from the Just NO Series) is next level inspirational fiction; heartwarming, emotionally-engaging while keeping things real.






About The Author
Dr. Congress is a Best-Selling, Award-Winning Wordsmith, Literary Advisor, Publisher and creator of C.H.O.C. Lit™ Flavored Books (Christians Having Ordinary Challenges).
She holds a BA in Human Relations, Masters in Theology, Doctor of Ministry degree in Christian Counseling and is a Certified Christian Life Coach.

Website 
www.DrViviMonroeCongress.com

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Review 4 out of 5 stars

Trene Sloan is a successful young business woman in love with the wrong man, Chaz. Her lover and father of her children. Immediately you feel for Trene and want her to find true love and leave Chaz. Whom makes no quips about sharing his love with the many women available to him. Yet, we wouldn't have a book or any of the daytime shows if love was that easy.  Congress, turns the light on Trene mother Viola. Two women in similar situation pulls at your heart strings. 

Evolving into a beautifully interwoven tale of two women whom journey parallel each other. With realistic characters and a moving tale Congress writes for her core audience beautifully.

However, I did struggle with a few grammatical errors and fluidity from each chapter. Although the story was good I struggled with the concept of each titled chapter and the desire to read each one.  I think the story will find its place firmly in the hands of a young woman or man that's looking to become closer to the Lord and not lean so heavily on a relationship for love.