Bestselling author, Kim Brooks, releases new novel titled, She That Findeth. She That Findeth is about what happens when a 35-year-old single woman, Shenita Love, gets tired of waiting on God to send her a husband and sets out to find one herself.
Ten years of believing, yet still no husband in sight for Shenita Love. The Bible does say “Wait on the Lord,” which, for Shenita, means waiting for God to deliver her a soul mate. Then again, God helps those who help themselves.
On her thirty-fifth birthday, Shenita’s fear of never starting a family has reached a fever pitch. Her trusty “rule book”—filled with guidelines for dating—simply isn’t cutting it. Soon Shenita is signing up for online dating sites, hitting on men at sporting events, and putting herself out there in ways she never imagined.
When Shenita stops playing by the book and takes matters into her own hands, she finds anything can happen.
Meanwhile, her closest friends are struggling with their own issues of sexuality, acceptance, divorce, insecurity, and financial strain. Always the faithful shoulder to lean on, Shenita wants to be there for them, but her desire to find a man leads her to an unforeseeable circumstance. A place where she must examine her relationship with God and reconsider her priorities.
Here is what others are saying about She That Findeth:
“Have you ever convinced yourself that taking matters into your own hands isn’t such a bad idea? If you have, then you will certainly relate to the main character, Shenita Love, in She That Findeth. On her 35th birthday, Shenita strongly feels she’s waited too long for the right man to come into her life. Award-winning author Kim Brooks’ character development will draw you into She That Findeth and leave you breathlessly anticipating if Shenita will truly find the love she’s so desperately seeking.”
Tyora Moody, author of the Victory Gospel Series
“The Spirit is willing…Ohhhh but the flesh!!! If you have been single for longer than five minutes, you have been here, at the very least in our mind! Kim Brooks uses a cast of quirky friends to address this very real issue in Christendom. Kim does again what she does best, reminds us that we, as Christians, face some very real and tough issues and encourages us Not To Get It Twisted! A very fun read!”
Evangelist Audrey Lee Watkins, author of, On The Way Here: The Path That Chose Me
“This book keeps the reader’s attention from the beginning. Kim does a wonderful job of bringing the characters to life, showing their vulnerabilities and strengths, and painting the visualization to make you feel as if you are there. The storyline is so captivating that you don’t want to miss what will happen next! I would love to see this in a movie version.”
Shon Hyneman, author of It’s The Woman You Gave Me, and Wisdom: Preventing Problems Before They Happen
“Once again Kim has created a real and relevant masterpiece addressing a growing issue in the church. How far are women willing to go in order to find love? She That Findeth deals with this question in an up-to-date way that many will be able to relate to. Both men and women will be able to learn something from Kim’s latest release. I look forward to the group discussions that will be organized in order to weigh-in on this topic.”
Kenny Pugh, author and relationship strategist
Kim Brooks is the award-winning author of the Black Expressions bestselling novel, He’s Fine…But is He Saved?; the Black Christian Book Company’s’ bestselling sequel, He’s Saved…But is He For Real?; and the highly acclaimed nonfiction books, The Little Black Survival Book for Single Saints and How to Date and Stay Saved. She is a native of Detroit and currently resides there.
For more information about Kim Brooks, visit www.KimontheWeb.com.
To book Kim Brooks for speaking engagements and/or book signings, please email: email@example.com or call (313) 757-0345.
SOURCE: Vision Public Relations Group