Warren, Tiffany L.

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All the Things I Meant To Tell You

Readers needn’t have read the first book about Hahna, Twila, and Kimberly to be immediately caught up in this story. The longtime best friends deal with wedding, sorority sister, and relationship drama, as they maintain composure and appearances and keep all hell from breaking loose.

The Pastor's Husband

In a fine blend of suspense and inspirational fiction, Warren (The Favorite Son; The Replacement Wife) spins an entertaining tale about folks misbehaving behind the pulpit in a modern African American church. Readers will enjoy the contrast between an unbalanced Felicia determined to destroy Nya's fame and the emotional strain that preaching to thousands of adoring worshipers brings to Nya's marriage.

The Favorite Son

In this tale hinting of Oxygen's reality TV series Fix My Choir, Warren includes excessive detail about gospel music and behind-the-scenes church maneuverings, but the pace livens up with lots of cold-blooded backstabbing. Betrayal comes fast and furious as it's clear these brothers and friends don't have one another's back.

The Replacement Wife

Strong messages about the power of faith, church, and prayer carry this rags-to-riches romance with a definite fairy tale vibe. Savvy librarians will recommend this gentle read to patrons who are also dedicated church ladies.

Don't Tell a Soul

Warren's (The Bishop's Daughter) fast-paced story is all about the church. The novel's hard edge is interrupted by several Bible quotes, but the Sisters can delightfully slide into trash talk and are not shy laying down snappy insults. The heavy theme of redemption and authentic characters battling unfortunate decisions will reward readers of African American inspirational tales.

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