Having hooked up with her boyfriend Ty the same night they met in a club, two years ago, Virtue now wants to put a hold on their sexual relationship, but she’s not sure how Ty will take it. Their relationship started with sex from day one so she doesn’t know how to break the news to him. Erika, Virtue’s best friend from childhood, thinks Virtue is stupid for wanting to force her man to quit having sex. She warns Virtue that she may push Ty into the arms and legs of another woman. While on her self-discovery, Virtue meets Terrance, a new confidant who is everything she wishes Ty would be: a godly man for one. But she will find out that sometimes her will is not the best.
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Where do you see the genre of Christian fiction going in the coming years?
People seem to enjoy reading Christian fiction. The genre encompasses many timely life lessons for us all. I hope it continues to thrive.
Who are some of your favorite authors?
I like many so I will name a few: Michelle Stimpson (Boaz Brown), Neta Jackson (The Yada, Yada Prayer Group), Bernice L. McFadden (Nowhere is a Place).
Who is your book, Not My Will, for?
My book is for any person struggling in their faith, regardless of what that might be. For Virtue it was her desire to start abstaining from sex, it may be a different struggle for others. This book is a message that none of us are perfect and we shouldn’t be judgmental of others, we’re only made perfect through Christ.
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