Colored Sugar Water A Spiritual Tale From the bestselling author of So Good and All of Me comes a sexy soulful and heartwarming new novel for anyone who has ever found love and wondered whether it was too good to be true Colored Sugar

  • Title: Colored Sugar Water: A Spiritual Tale
  • Author: Venise T. Berry
  • ISBN: 9780525944713
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the bestselling author of So Good and All of Me comes a sexy, soulful, and heartwarming new novel for anyone who has ever found love and wondered whether it was too good to be true.Colored Sugar Water introduces Lucy Merriweather and Adel Kelly, both dealing with life issues Lucy is thirty five, single, and in great shape thanks to her career as a fitness managerFrom the bestselling author of So Good and All of Me comes a sexy, soulful, and heartwarming new novel for anyone who has ever found love and wondered whether it was too good to be true.Colored Sugar Water introduces Lucy Merriweather and Adel Kelly, both dealing with life issues Lucy is thirty five, single, and in great shape thanks to her career as a fitness manager for a string of Texas health clubs Adel is the vice president for human resources at American Oil, pulling in a six figure salary and annual bonuses Unfortunately, neither is happy.Lucy struggles with her emotional and spiritual dreams Her boyfriend Spencer, a basic kind of guy who loves his mama, sports, fried chicken, and Lucy in that order doesn t seem to measure up So she decides to get out of her rut with a Sexy Soul Psychic named Kuba Self assured and sensitive, Kuba seems to know exactly what women want Or does he Adel struggles with a husband, Thad, who refuses to grow up and a job that is less than satisfying despite its financial gains She is eventually forced to reexamine her faith as she searches for a life that brings her closer to happiness and fulfillment.Filled with the humor, passion, and pathos of modern relationships, Colored Sugar Water tells the story of two women who discover the power of their unique spiritual gifts It further establishes Venise Berry as one of the freshest, wittiest, and wisest writers on today s fiction scene as New York Times bestselling author Eric Jerome Dickey wrote, magnificient and honest, Venise Berry s writing comes from her soul.

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    1. I guess I would give this 3.5 stars. It is a solid story, consistent and flowing, but there was something missing and I think it has to do with the female characters. Lucy: Very flaky. She is very judgmental and yet can't make up her own mind on how to live her life or what man she should love. Adel: Hot mess. She thinks getting pregnant will change a trifling man and the author decided to let her have her dream but it was not realistic for me. I have so many unanswered questions as well. Like, [...]

    2. With a captivating beginning and middle, Colored Sugar Water ultimately ended up disappointing me in the end. As I flipped through the final pictures, I kept wondering to myself: when was it going to end? I have a handful of questions that were never even touched. Mostly, why does the last chapter exist? Similar to a movie that goes on 30 minutes too long, my review would have been higher had I stopped reading 3/4 of the way through. Fabulous voice, nonetheless.

    3. Finished on the plane from Newark to Denver.I didn't much like this concoction of New Orleans-style voodoo religion, Jehovah's Witness doorbell ringing, and classic Baptists. It was over the top, and I was pretty disappointed in it. Most likely, I wouldn't have bothered finishing it in other circumstances, but I only had one book left for the flight home, and I didn't want to run out of book!Ironically, the one thing I marked to write about in this book is based on how my next book starts. The n [...]

    4. This is a great read if you're looking for something different. It touches on religion and voodoo. It's full of excitment.

    5. My copy did not have the subtitle "A Spiritual Tale". I'm not much for spiritual tales so I didn't really care for this, but it was a fine way to pass the time while riding a stationary bike. Meh.

    6. Let's just say the only reason I completed this book is because I am a "compulsive finisher". What a life. This doesn't mean i don't procrastinate as much as the next guy - just that whatever the task, it'll churn and gnaw at my insides until I finish what I've started.I've said all this to say,I started this book in June 2016It is May 2017That is all.

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