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Castin' all the Stones ❰PDF❯ ✅ Castin' all the Stones Author Lola Beverly Hills – Thomashillier.co.uk Persia Oakes is the kind of daughter that every preacher prays for a young lady who is firm in her faith and diligent in her work To her, the grass has got to be greener on the other side She dreads t Persia Oakes is the kind of daughter that every preacher prays for a young lady who is firm in her faith and diligent in her work To her, the grass has got to be greener on the other side She dreads the thought of following in her mother s footsteps, marrying one of the young deacons in the church who will one day become a minister himself until a social butterfly flutters into her life and changes everything Sapphira Trowe becomes her biggest influence, persuading her to trade her knit cardigans for Castin' all PDF \ lam skirts and her studying sessions for dorm parties Reverend Oakes will not hear of Persia s new social life until a shocking family secret leaves her questioning all she has known to be true The skirts get shorter, the parties get longer, and the good book gets shelved Another good girl has gone bad, and she may be gone forever.


10 thoughts on “Castin' all the Stones

  1. sjoyce sjoyce says:

    No Grass GreenerThis doesn t compare to All About Her Thighs However, it was a short novella Perhaps too short to fully develop characters or the plot It was a cute but shallow read It does give a sneak preview within the African American Church Persia actedlike a teenager than a twenty one year old She should have known something was up with Sapphira coming up to her out of the blue The actions of Sapphira friends certainly should have made her know something was up Persia was too No Grass GreenerThis doesn t compare to All About Her Thighs However, it was a short novella Perhaps too short to fully develop characters or the plot It was a cute but shallow read It does give a sneak preview within the African American Church Persia actedlike a teenager than a twenty one year old She should have known something was up with Sapphira coming up to her out of the blue The actions of Sapphira friends certainly should have made her know something was up Persia was too easily taken in especially by Trevor I loved Darren He was a mature person who knew what he wanted and was willing to wait for it.I would have liked to seecharacter development withbackstories on Persia, her parents, and Sapphira and her mother I also would like to know what happened with her relationship and Sapphira It was a pleasant read and free Had I paid for it, I would have requested a refund because it was too short for a book


  2. Karen Karen says:

    Persia Oakes was a PK preacher s kid , a young lady who stood in her faith and worked hard Persia did not want to be a First Lady, but her parents thought they knew best Persia attends college and meet up with Sapphira, a popular and beautiful young lady Sapphira could influence Persia to live on the wild side, instead of being a church girl Sapphira is holding a secret and only befriended Persia for that reason The book had a few errors but did not take away from the story.


  3. Marsha Brown Marsha Brown says:

    The Grass is not always greener on the other side This was a good story of practicing what we preach I like how it deals with church coverup I like how it deals with secrecy and consequences of life long issues I would like to readon how things turned out with the family.


  4. Camille Carter Camille Carter says:

    EXCELLENT READ A really GREAT book and Awesome story, lesson about perceptions of the grass being greener, on the other side It read seamlessly, with minor grammatical errors or omissions of spelling I thoroughly Enjoyed this book by Lola Beverly Hills and look forward to other works by this Amazing Author


  5. Mildred L. Mildred L. says:

    Lies and More LiesWe all have secrets Somehurtful than others Pray over it and let it go Somethings are best brought to the light before it gets too dark


  6. Latisha Brooks Latisha Brooks says:

    I loved this book Being a PK I could relate to this book It had me and the twist at the end got me I thoroughly enjoy it.


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