A HOUSE DIVIDED
Life is close to perfect for the Reverend Curtis Black and his wife, Charlotte--except their son Matthew and his girlfriend, Racquel, are about to become parents at the tender age of eighteen. Even though Curtis and Charlotte wish Matthew could...
BEST FRIENDS FOREVER
Things are falling apart in the Richardson household. Angry arguments between Celine and her husband, Keith, have become routine. She resents that he's working long hours and staying out all night, and he accuses her of not giving him the...
Better Late Than Never
In this stunning conclusion to the bestselling Reverend Curtis Black series, Curtis's secret past returns in an unwelcome--but ultimately healing--visit.Rev. Curtis Black is no stranger to scandal. Throughout the decades, he has done much in the public eye, both good...
LOVE, HONOR AND BETRAY
The infamous Reverend Curtis Black's sordid past is no secret, as his wife, Charlotte, is well aware. But when Curtis' long-time mistress and mother of his illegitimate two-year-old, dies, he and Charlotte have no choice but to raise Curtina together....
SIN OF A WOMAN (REVEREND CURTIS BLACK NOVELS #14)
The new novel in Kimberla Lawson Roby's beloved New York Times bestselling Curtis Black series."Roby's latest sizzles with scandal. A deliciously decadent beach read of temptation and the wages of sin." -- Kirkus ReviewsRaven Black is bouncing back after her very public divorce...
THE PERFECT MARRIAGE
The New York Times bestselling novel from the author of the Reverend Curtis Black series...ADDICTION. DECEPTION.PRETTY PICTURES HIDE UGLY SECRETS.Denise and Derrek Shaw are the perfect American couple. Happily married for fifteen years, they have a wonderful daughter, Mackenzie, successful careers, and...
THE ULTIMATE BETRAYAL (REVEREND CURTIS BLACK NOVEL #12)
It's been four years since 28-year-old Alicia Black, daughter of Reverend Curtis Black, divorced her second husband, the most womanizing and corrupt man she has ever known. Since then, Alicia has been dating her first husband, Phillip Sullivan, a wonderfully...