The Other Man

Title: The Other Man (Sins of the Flesh Book 2)

Author: Parker J. Cole

Publisher:  eLectio Publishing (December 16, 2014)

Number of Pages: 343 pages


ISBN-10:  1632130696  (Paperback)

ISBN-13: 978-1632130693  (Paperback)


About The Author:        

Parker J. Cole is a writer and radio show host who spends most of her time reading, knitting, writing, cooking, and concocting new ideas for stories. Her first novel, Dark Cherub, won Best of Spring Reading 2013 from eMediaCampaigns. She lives in Michigan with her husband and beloved dog Sarah.

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About This Book:      


Leah Westwood loves her husband Jacob with all her heart, even as the smoldering glances of her ex-flame Vincent Miller continue to affect her. What she once shared with Vincent threatens to rip apart the bonds she is trying to build with her husband.
Jacob’s heart belongs to Leah, but his body refuses to accept that. Rachel is the one who has been his mainstay at the most difficult times in his life. How could he leave her alone?
Vincent wants Leah back and all he has to do is watch and wait as Jacob and Leah’s relationship unravels.
Ultimately, Leah must make a choice . . . between fantasy and fidelity.

The Other Man(Sins of the Flesh Book 2) Book Review:    

Applause to Parker J.Cole for starting the ball rolling what most Christians would never even speaks out loud, much less write about it. She extended her heart to the readers and minister to us through her writing, that marriage is not warm fuzzy bliss. While reading this story. I tremble about Leah and Jacob’s struggles. As a reader, you can sympathize  or relates with their anger, their hurt, their confusion, and most of all their frustrations and feelings of helplessness.Some may say that their conflicts aren’t real and their decisions aren’t profoundly human and make us squirm and ache, we aren’t human. Just like in life, there are cheerfully sweet moments, but the struggle really goes on. The mountains and valleys get higher and deeper. Parker J. Cole also contradiction how people glimpse on life’s “mistakes” and how they are going to deal with them. I come to the conclusions about some Christian authors tend to shy away from a lot of the hard questions and often times they are avoiding the real problems that people are going through in life. People especially Christians tell lies, they cheat. they are unfaithful. What I truly adore about Parker J Cole through her scribbles, that she is fearless in attacking these issues, the daily issues that can either crumble a relationship–or by the Grace of God, it can becomes stronger.

“The Other Man” is an outstanding inter-fusion of well-created characters, apprehension plot lines and a compelling message that will leave you forever renewed. This anointed author does a marvelous job of luring the reader directly into the lives of the characters. She doesn’t purely give you a sketch of their lives, she draws a picture for the readers to search deep into their hearts, their emotions, and their thoughts. As a reader you may feel their struggles as if they were your own. As reading the chapters there were  the amount of times the Author may you feel like  your heart tear into pieces, put them back together, and a couple pages later, tear it into apart again.The message is so powerful doesn’t seem to overlay the encounter it can affect on the minds of the readers. It will leave you as a reader to  take  a look in the mirror of  your own life, and the desire to walk with Christ, looking for places you had let your will succeed to His will. I believe this book can be pre-designed to be a best-seller and turn into a block buster movie to minister the world. This book should be added to your bookshelf and a must read. After reading this narrative, it  will transform your heart, your marriage, and your walk and talk with Christ.



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