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Saved Folk in the House

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Saved Folk in the House

One struggling neighborhood.
Three women trying to make their lives right.
Three journeys only god can guide.

To the folks who live there, it's "the village," a small Virginia suburb where people do their best to look out for each other, keep their families together, and hold fast to their faith. For Zakia Wilkes, it's the hometown where she unexpectedly finds the success she's always wanted-and the spiritual fulfillment that will threaten it all. For her childhood friend Nikki Riley, it's the place that inspires her to a new life . . . where a younger man and unexpected conflicts will challenge far more than her courage.

For young LaKisha Mitchell, fresh from the neighborhood's toughest streets, it is where she must come to terms with her past and the kind of person she wants to be. Soon each woman's search will test the bonds and loving strength of their village as never before-and bring them God's blessings in ways none of them could have ever imagined . . .

Saved Folk in the House
by Sonnie Beverly

  • Publication Date: May 18, 2006
  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Walk Worthy Press
  • ISBN-10: 0446693162
  • ISBN-13: 9780446693165