The Book Store Rule

The Book Store Rule William and Aujanae Rucker have been satisfactorily married for six comfortable years then along comes maneater April Colston She is determined to have Aujanae s husband at all costs April knows Willi

  • Title: The Book Store Rule
  • Author: Janice Jones
  • ISBN: 9781601627520
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • William and Aujanae Rucker have been satisfactorily married for six comfortable years then along comes maneater April Colston She is determined to have Aujanae s husband at all costs April knows William and Aujanae are Christians Heck, so is she David Mathis and Toriyana Kent have been exclusively dating for several years, but David has just moved from Detroit to PhoeWilliam and Aujanae Rucker have been satisfactorily married for six comfortable years then along comes maneater April Colston She is determined to have Aujanae s husband at all costs April knows William and Aujanae are Christians Heck, so is she David Mathis and Toriyana Kent have been exclusively dating for several years, but David has just moved from Detroit to Phoenix The pair do all they can to hold on to their relationship across the miles, but distance and the influences of a very beautiful woman, namely David s new pastor s assistant, put a strain on the trust and security they once shared.Darrin Osborne and Maleeka Davis are engaged to be married however, after four years and just as many engagement rings, they have yet to set an actual wedding date Will Maleeka continue to wait patiently for Darrin to get his act together and make their love official, or will Mr Gerald Miller succeed in showing her how a real man is supposed to take care of his woman Janice Jones shows readers that being a Christian couple doesn t always guarantee a happy, trouble free relationship.

    One thought on “The Book Store Rule”

    1. Great book! I surely hope there is a part 2I did not want the book to end! I love the way Janice Jones brings Scripture to lifeā¤!

    2. Let me start by saying that I really had high hopes for this book. I stumbled upon it on and found the cover to be attractive. Upon reading the introduction via the Look Inside feature, I was compelled to buy the book and excited about reading it. Unfortunately, I did not end up enjoying the book, and felt the "Christian" aspect of the book was lacking.The Book Store Rule is basically this idea that if you are not married, you are technically single, whether you are dating someone or not. There [...]

    3. I'm divided when it comes to how I feel about this book. I think the plot is an important one. The Book Store Rule focuses on three couples and shows the reader how there is no such thing as a perfect relationship, even if you're a Christian. Ms. Jones weaves Scripture throughout the book and her faith is apparent. Not a Christian, though? Still give it a shot. It's not a very "preachy" book, though, of course, it is Christ-centered.The part about this book I had trouble with was the dialogue be [...]

    4. William was married to Aujanae and they had a baby. William met April at a restaurant one day. April and William began to date one another. April claims that she is in love with William. April began to attend the same church as William and Aujanae. April would like for William to leave his wife and son, she is tired of being the other woman. David and Toriyana have been dating for several years, David relocate to Phoenix from Detroit, leaving Toriyana in Detroit. David does not feel that their r [...]

    5. In this book, you follow 3 couples, one married, one engaged for several years and one couple dating. In it, you follow their lives and their relationship with God and their friends. It was a good book, and i would like to know about what happens to the characters later in life.

    6. The plot follows several couples, either married or dating, as they navigate their relationships. The writing tells rather than shows the action. Overall, the story felt stale.This book contains sexual references.

    7. Not reallyThe rules they are pointing to is what scripture regards committed relationship s. Unfortunately they don't consider society's perspective. Characters could be better drawn it situations are described well enough

    8. I really enjoyed this book. I am a huge fan of urban christian novels because they usually have happy endings and drop spiritual knowledge on you. This was no exception! 5 stars

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