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Sister Girls 2 will catch you up with some old characters and introduce you to the new.

Feeling unfulfilled professionally and looking for a higher purpose, Elsie has decided to leave her law firm and start a nonprofit organization. Even while faithfully attending church, she struggles between the desires of the flesh and her spirituality. She also reconnects with an old friend who may change the course of her life forever.

Faith, the newly hired therapist of the organization, is married to Raheem, a self-made millionaire who controls Faith by reminding her that "without me, you would be nothing." Grateful for the lifestyle he provides and the support he offered during her addiction, Faith puts up with more than the average wife would. She will need to learn what's more important, her dignity or stability. 

Harmony, a young mother with three baby daddies, attends workshops at the organization. She's tired of living in the hood and barely surviving. She's ready to let go of her promiscuous past, make changes in her life, and better herself. Her first step is finding out who the father of her first child is. Will her journey strengthen or destroy her current relationship? 

And rounding out the cast of characters is Pastor Bella Gold. While guiding others, she tries to come to terms with her past and her secret shame. Will she succeed or resign from the pulpit? Whether forced to make changes in their lives by circumstance or choice, the women in this story discover their true selves and learn about their own power.

©2008 Angel M. Hunter (P)2018 Blackstone Publishing and Urban Audiobooks

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