Sinful Too

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Sinful Too

Sinful Too She can get any man burning up her satin sheets paying her bills and keeping her in Dolce G and Prada And sexy sizzling Dior definitely doesn t do church or aspire to anything than drama free cash

  • Title: Sinful Too
  • Author: Victor McGlothin
  • ISBN: 9780446178112
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Paperback
  • She can get any man burning up her satin sheets, paying her bills, and keeping her in Dolce G and Prada And sexy, sizzling Dior definitely doesn t do church or aspire to anything than drama free, cash rich relationships But charismatic Pastor Richard Allamay is one temptation she won t resist and Dior will do anything to become the new First Lady of his wildlyShe can get any man burning up her satin sheets, paying her bills, and keeping her in Dolce G and Prada And sexy, sizzling Dior definitely doesn t do church or aspire to anything than drama free, cash rich relationships But charismatic Pastor Richard Allamay is one temptation she won t resist and Dior will do anything to become the new First Lady of his wildly successful megachurch Soon she s stripping away Richard s Godly principles, putting him at odds with his congregation, and throwing the lives of his insecure wife and bewildered children into turmoil.It will take a chain of events no one could have imagined and only God could have planned for hearts to be healed, transgressions forgiven, and one outrageous, conniving diva allotted the reward she deserves.

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    1. Tracy Darity on said:

      It took a while but I finaly finishedWoohoo!What a great read this turned out to be. Talk about kharma coming back to bite you in the rear-end. Sinful Too (I found out is actually a sequel to Sinful) is a story about Dior Wicker, a young woman with a checkered past who has not realized her self-worth or potential for her future. She sets her sights on a very weak Richard Allamay, who is the Pastor of M.E.G.A. church. Richard does not require much seducing and easily falls under Dior's spell. I s [...]

    2. The Urban Book Source on said:

      Whether or not you've read the prequel to Sinful Too, you'll have no problems getting acquainted with the ruthless and scheming Dior Wicker. When I began reading this, I was unaware that there was indeed a lead-in book, but upon browsing the internet, I learned that though Dior was mentioned in the original Sinful, her story line was not so important that I would be lost while reading the sequel.A young lady that is used to getting what she wants, when she wants it and from whom she wants it, Di [...]

    3. OOSA on said:

      RevelationsDior Wicker and her twin brother, Dooney, had hard lives as children. Their mom was in prison and they were poor. Because of this, Dior decided to work at getting whatever it was that she wanted especially in relation to money. She loves money and the power that comes with it. Dior works as a sales associate at Giorgio, a men's clothing store. She makes great commissions and not just from her sales. Dr. Richard Allamay PHD is the pastor of Methodist Episcopal Greater Apostolic Church. [...]

    4. Nochu on said:

      "Sinful Too" is the dramatic followup to "Sinful" by Victor McGlothin. This book is for readers who loves a great "hood rich" novel.Dior is a woman who is on top of her "A"-game or so she thought. She values her job so much that with her sharp wit and eye for fashion, she can pin a man's suit size in no time. She works hard and plays harder to win. She is defined as a "ghetto girl playing dress-up", but at what expense? Dior crosses the line after she meets Richard Allamay of the Methodist Episc [...]

    5. Nochu on said:

      "Sinful Too" is the dramatic followup to "Sinful" by Victor McGlothin. This book is for readers who loves a great "hood rich" novel.Dior is a woman who is on top of her "A"-game or so she thought. She values her job so much that with her sharp wit and eye for fashion, she can pin a man's suit size in no time. She works hard and plays harder to win. She is defined as a "ghetto girl playing dress-up", but at what expense? Dior crosses the line after she meets Richard Allamay of the Methodist Episc [...]

    6. Krystal on said:

      It was a little much to be classified as Christian fiction. I don't think Christian fiction books should go into "dirty details" like this one did. I am tired of people trying to group all pastors, minister, etc. into the same category, not everyone is like that; some really do live for God and do the right thing. I would not read this book again.

    7. Valerie on said:

      Reviewed for ALA's "Booklist" magazine -- appears in the October 1, 2008 issue. If you have a subscription, you can read my review at BooklistOnline at:booklistonline/Sinful-

    8. Nandi Crawford on said:

      I anticipated reading this book, but once I got into it, I was like, nope, not for me. Dior's slick, sappy plan to land her a minister to make her look good at ANY cost got to me after a while. The ending is a bit predictable, but leaves you a bit somber. I smell a sequel myself.

    9. Joy on said:

      While there are ministers who fall, this person seems to believe that God will help him stay in this fallen state. I was frustrated by that thinking alone. Really? Really really? Not really.

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