[PDF] Download ↠ A Sinful Calling : by Kimberla Lawson Roby, A Sinful Calling, Kimberla Lawson Roby, A Sinful Calling Dillon hadn t been called by anyone He d called himself and he wasn t ashamed of it But no good can come from A SINFUL CALLINGTwo years ago to everyone s surprise Dillon Whitfield Black the secret son of Reverend Curtis Black boldly moved back home married a woman named Raven decided he was going to become a minister and then founded a church right in the ceDillon hadn t be [PDF] Download ↠ A Sinful Calling : by Kimberla Lawson Roby - A Sinful Calling, A Sinful Calling Dillon hadn t been called by anyone He d called himself and he wasn t ashamed of it But no good can come from A SINFUL CALLINGTwo years ago to everyone s surprise Dillon Whitfield Black the secret

  • Title: A Sinful Calling
  • Author: Kimberla Lawson Roby
  • ISBN: 9781455559596
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Hardcover

[PDF] Download ↠ A Sinful Calling : by Kimberla Lawson Roby [PDF] Download ↠ A Sinful Calling : by Kimberla Lawson Roby - A Sinful Calling, A Sinful Calling Dillon hadn t been called by anyone He d called himself and he wasn t ashamed of it But no good can come from A SINFUL CALLINGTwo years ago to everyone s surprise Dillon Whitfield Black the secret

  • [PDF] Download ↠ A Sinful Calling : by Kimberla Lawson Roby
    306Kimberla Lawson Roby
A Sinful Calling

About "Kimberla Lawson Roby"

  1. Kimberla Lawson Roby

    New York Times Bestselling Author, Kimberla Lawson Roby, has published thirteen novels which include, BEST FRIENDS FOREVER, THE ULTIMATE BETRAYAL, A CHRISTMAS PRAYER, THE PRODIGAL SON, A HOUSE DIVIDED, THE PERFECT MARRIAGE, THE REVEREND S WIFE, SECRET OBSESSION, LOVE, HONOR, and BETRAY, BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU PRAY FOR, A DEEP DARK SECRET, THE BEST OF EVERYTHING, ONE IN A MILLION, SIN NO MORE, LOVE LIES, CHANGING FACES , THE BEST KEPT SECRET , TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING, A TASTE OF REALITY, IT S A THIN LINE, CASTING THE FIRST STONE, HERE AND NOW , and her debut title, BEHIND CLOSED DOORS , which was originally self published through her own company, Lenox Press Her novels have frequented numerous bestseller lists, including The New York Times and those in The Washington Post, Publishers Weekly, Essence Magazine, Upscale Magazine, Emerge Magazine, Barnes and Noble Wal Mart, The Dallas Morning News, and The Austin Chronicle to name a few and both BEHIND CLOSED DOORS and CASTING THE FIRST STONE were 1 Blackboard bestsellers for four consecutive months in both 1997 and 2000 BEHIND CLOSED DOORS was the 1 Blackboard Best selling book for paperback fiction in 1997 In addition, Ms Roby s first novel was nominated for Blackboard s 1998 and 1999 Fiction Book of the Year Award, and she received the Blackboard Fiction Book of the Year Award in 2001 for CASTING THE FIRST STONE She is also the 2006, 2007 and 2009 recipient of the Author of the Year Female award presented by the African American Literary Award Show in New York, the recipient of the 1998 First Time Author Award from Chicago s Black History Month Book Fair and Conference, and her fifth novel, A TASTE OF REALITY, was a 2004 finalist for the Atlanta Choice Awards sponsored by the Atlanta Daily World Additionally, TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING received a 2004 Patron Choice Award from the Central Mississippi Regional Library System.Each of Ms Roby s novels have dealt with very real issues, including social status, gambling addiction, infidelity, single motherhood, infertility, sibling rivalry, corruption within the church, domestic violence, sexual abuse, care giving of a parent, racial and gender discrimination in the workplace, sexual harassment, overweight issues, and female illnesses to name a few.Ms Roby resides in Illinois with her husband, Will Her 24th book, A SINFUL CALLING, will be released June 21, 2016.To share your thoughts with Kimberla regarding her work, please e mail her at kim kimroby

278 thoughts on “A Sinful Calling”

  1. MY REVIEW FOR A SINFUL CALLINGAs parents we have to be mindful of the damage we can do to our children Our ways and actions leave a lasting impression Rev Curtis black is the poster child for such behavior In the latest installment The Reverend Curtis Black series, his son Dillon Whitfield Black is on mission to not only meet the level of success achieved by his famous father but he wants to dominate the church arena and eliminate the competition altogether You see him making strides to do such [...]

  2. The absence of a parent in their child s life will either make the child use that as motivation to be a better person or the child will use it to become bitter and hellbent on revenge Dillon chose the latter and what a MESS We met Dillon and his trifling ways in a previous book, but he takes it to a whole new level in this latest installment in the Reverend Curtis Black series The amount of pain Dillon was planning to unleash would make national news It would bring his father to his knees, and t [...]

  3. As always, I have enjoyed reading this authors work I enjoy her work mostly because the characters and situations seem authentic and not so over the top one would not believe it I read another readers comment about Mrs Roby s take on mental illness in the particular story and I have to say I was a bit concerned as I began seeing it in the text but I am happy to know and say that I think she did a very good job of covering that aspect in the story While I can agree that with mental illness one ca [...]

  4. OMGoodness what can I say nothing but Kimberla Lawson Roby has done it yet again This book was full of twist and turns If you haven t read it you must but this book 14 in the series so please start with book 1 Casting the First Stone and I promise you will not be disappointed.

  5. Dillon still has still bitter feeling towards his Father,Curtis Black for forsaking him While he pastors a large church and is married to a beautiful woman,named Raven life for him is incomplete without having a relationship with Curtis For the most part,their bond is nonexistent Curtis prefers to stay far away from his estranged son and he wants his relatives to follow suit.However ,Alicia his sister stuck by his side much to the dismay of her love ones Both of their past is similar with lies a [...]

  6. Sometimes the hardest thing to ask for is forgiveness When you know in your heart of hearts that you are doing the right thing but it all turns out wrong you often wonder if it was the right thing to do or if it was even worth it What should you do when the struggle between good and evil is weighing you down and you don t know which way to go Should you continue on with the plan or should you stop and start over with a new plan Is it even worth the trouble Dillion Whitfield Black is back with a [...]

  7. This was another excellent continuation story in the Curtis Black Series In this book there are many valuable lessons to learn from it This book deals with lack of forgiveness, communication, parenting issues, mental illness, greed yes depression is a mental illness , fornication and honesty The Black family is going through several family trials especially Alicia and Dillon Alicia has a new husband Levi who is a former drug dealer and she had an affair with him while married to someone else Le [...]

  8. Good BookI was hoping for a little The plots are beginning to be similar and you can kind of figure out what is going to happen I think the characters should do something different The lesson was that mental illness does exist and should be treated.

  9. This book was so quick for me I enjoyed it for what it was, but it was somewhat predictable It felt good to get back into the world of Curtis Black, it s been a while for me This is a long series, and I wonder how long the author plans to make it.

  10. Fantastic bookKimberly never ceases to amaze me This was another great story I can t wait for her next Curtis Black installment.

  11. Wow, I couldn t even get through two chapters The entire concept of this family and their history is just awful Definitely not by cup of tea Makes Christians look absolutely awful.

  12. It was good to get back with the Blacks And as usual evil always turns around for good I enjoyed the book and the series.

  13. This barely scraped the 3 mark for me.I am a huge fan of Roby I ve read nearly all of her work and just about every one in this series I think a few of the earlier titles I may lack Even in that, I am quite familiar with the series There has been ramblings in the book clubs that I frequent that it may be time to put the series to rest Though I gave this one a mildly favorable rating, I m not sure I m ready to see the series end With this one, it was very flat I like her writing style but maybe i [...]

  14. So the entire gist of this book was about forgiveness At this point, I think the entire theme of this series is forgiveness For maybe the first 7 or so chapters I felt like it was difficult for me to read because I didn t see where the book was going Dillion is so much like his father until I felt I was reading the first few original books of the series and to be quite honest I was a little bored.I found myself rushing to get to the chapters that solely focused on Alicia I was also quite disappo [...]

  15. Same plot, different cast This time it is Dillon and the apple has not fallen far from the tree What made this story compelling is the mental abuse the Black siblings endure Alicia from what happened with Philip and Dillon from being denied by his father Alicia was so adamant about praying away her depression, that she refused to get professional help, and could have made it worse had her husband not come home People, mental instability is no joke Going to therapy does NOT mean that you are weak [...]

  16. Another great book in The Curtis Black Series.Sins of the father most definitely following the Black children Alicia and Dillon It s that the only two children who have not fallen in the footsteps of their are Curtina and Matthew Not giving you any ideas Kimberla but keep Mattew and Curtina as the Black good children.Dillon only wanted the love of his father all Curtis had to do was love him.Felt bad for Alicia, we all fall down but we get back up but it was hard for Alicia even though she had t [...]

  17. I enjoyed reading this book Can t wait to read the next book in the series Alicia is crazy and I enjoyed how this book took on mental illness And I don t know what to say about Dillion because I don t see no one obsessioning over a parents love to the extent that he goes through to get attention.But Raven let s see what havoc she causes in the next book.

  18. I enjoyed listening to this, trying to figure out the next scheme that Dylan would come up with I do lime how Kimberla addressed the issues symptoms of mental illness For some reason, the Black community does not like to address these issues I am interested to see what the next book holds for these characters.

  19. I haven t read many novels lately but I know I can always fall back on Kimberla Lawson Roby and this past week proved that this will never change This book started off a bit slower than I remember her books starting but once I was in I was all the way in I finished in just 3 days Couldn t put it down.

  20. Glad to know things worked out for Dillon Black and his father, Rev Curtis Black His sister, Alicia, suffered from mental illness and finally got help after her husband, Levi intervened A very good read and I highly recommend it.

  21. Forgive To ForgetHolding grudges and not forgiving people chips away with your mine, body and soul It is hard to live a d be happy holding a grudge Once you truly forgive you can then forget and move forward with a healthy life.

  22. For some reason, I really liked this novel It kind of renewed my faith in the Curtis Black series I liked Dillon and his story It was like an episode of Greenleaf Interesting and hard for me to put down.

  23. Loved loved loved this book Love love love this book Love the entire series Can t wait to read the last book of the series Loved it

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *