2008 Literary Reflections – Victoria Christopher Murray

What was your favorite AA Christian Fiction novel in 2008? We have been asking a few authors and writers. Over the next few weeks, we will  post the responses we received.  Victoria Christopher Murray’s Too Little Too Late was a popular pick among authors like:

  • Tia McCollors,  Author of The Truth About Love, Zora’s Cry
    and A Heart of Devotion 
  • Rhonda McKnight, Author of Secrets and Lies (December 2009)
    (Rhonda also highlighted Dance into Destiny by Sherri Lewis and First Comes Love by Shana Burton)

Jasmine Larson Bush returns to her devious ways in this tale of two marriages — each threatened by lies and betrayal.

She took marriage vows to be honest and true, but Jasmine’s still hiding secrets to keep her husband, Minister Hosea Bush, by her side. When Hosea’s ex-fiancée, Natasia, suddenly appears in New York, Jasmine knows it’s not a coincidence. A former manstealer herself, Jasmine is very aware of Natasia’s motives — even if Hosea is not.

Complicating Jasmine’s life is the secret she’s kept from her baby’s daddy. Luckily for her, Brian Lewis has problems of his own. His wife, Alexis, is convinced he’s cheating on her — but Brian’s real betrayal is much worse. Revealing the truth to his wife could lead him back to the biggest mistake of his life…Jasmine.

Two marriages are in desperate jeopardy. Will Jasmine be able to scheme to save her own? Or will she have to choose between protecting her past and compromising her future? Even if Jasmine and Brian find the courage to stop the lies, it may be too little, too late….

Do you have a favorite Victoria Christopher Murray book? Was there an AA Fiction or Nonfiction book you read in 2008 you want to recommend? Stop by and leave your recommendations in the comment section.

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  1. Yasmin at 6:44 pm

    Hmmm…my favorite Christopher Murray book…I believe it would be her second one titled Joy…however, I’ve enjoyed all of them. And I think you have already seen my recommendations…but in case you haven’t here goes:
    My Thirteen FAVORITE BOOKS for 2008 (in no particular order)

    Orange Mint and Honey by Carleen Brice
    House at Sugar Beach by Helene Cooper
    Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd
    Going Down South by Bonnie Glover
    You Gotta Sin to Get Saved by JD Mason
    Song Yet Sung by James McBride
    Slow Burn by Ebony Farashuu
    Conception by Kalisha Buckhanon
    Testimony by Anita Shreve
    The Naked Truth by Marvelyn Brown
    Run by Ann Patchette
    Once Upon a Project by Bettye Griffin
    Heretic’s Daughter by Kathleen Kent