Sunday, September 21, 2014

TTHE CHOIR DIRECTOR 2: Runaway Bride by Carl Weber

Tia the church secretary and Aaron the choir director both at First Jamaica Ministries are at the church with family, friends, and congregation as their webbings gets under way only to have Aaron standing at the altar jilted by his bride-to-be. Tia has a deep-rooted personal situation that prevents her from walking down the aisle as Bishop Wilson and wife Monique reach out to help but to no avail resulting in additional events placing the Bishop and Monique in precarious positions.

Aaron begins a self-destructive journey after left at the altar with no bride in sight or any type of explanation unaware of someone lying in wait for him now that Tia is out of the picture hoping she will not return. Meanwhile a talent agent approaches Aaron offering a recording contract and having designs on Monique offers her acting career contract causing a rift between her and the Bishop. Little does Monique know that Tia, Aaron, and the Bishop have situations that are somehow connected and not for the better.

The Choir Director 2: Runaway Bride is a follow up to The Choir Director (The Church Series) but can be read as a standalone novel being I did not read its predecessor and able to follow the plot without the impression anything had been omitted. The story follows several characters with separate stories that eventually intertwine into one exploding plot you never see coming. The book is full of mystery and suspense that keeps the reader engaged until the very last page and recommended to avid readers of Christian fiction, mystery, crime drama, and suspense for a pleasurable and comfortable reading that is sure to please. 

I received this book free from Grand Central Publishing through the Net Galley reviewer program in exchange for an honest opinion in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission guidelines.

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