Wednesday, February 3, 2010

#BookReview: Guest Post: Secrets and Lies - Rhonda McKnight

Today's guest blogger is author Sharon Ball.

Secrets and Lies is the story of Faith and Jonah Morgan, a couple struggling to keep their troubled marriage together when the husband’s coworker accuses him of the unthinkable. Jonah is a workaholic, and his wife Faith is sick of it. There are lots of little secrets, lies, and unspoken words that create more secrets and more lies, even amongst the minor characters. Forgiveness is the main takeaway from the story. It's been awhile since I've enjoyed reading a book this much. Not only were the characters believable, their personal struggles were ones many people can relate to—busy schedules, the need to succeed in the business world, balancing family and work life, feeling appreciated, doubt, family secrets, and keeping a family and marriage together. As each page submerged me more into Faith and Jonah's story I found myself rooting for them and wanting them to figure out a way to work things out. Ms. McKnight did an excellent job of tackling the subject of sexual harassment from the angle of the accuser and the accused. Great storytelling! To read my interview with this debut author click here.

To read more from Sharon, please stop by her blog A Break From the Norm or follow her on Twitter @smball804.

About Sharon:
In January 2005 Sharon Ball resigned her position as chief operating officer at a technology staffing company, and began a career as a full-time writer. As an avid reader, and an enthusiastic storyteller, she found that writing contemporary Christian fiction fueled per passion to create stories with a redeeming value. Sharon was a finalist in the 2009 ACFW Genesis contest (contemporary fiction), and she graduated from Central Michigan University. She and her husband make their home in Atlanta, Georgia.

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