A House Divided

  • Life is close to perfect for Charlotte and Curtis Black--except that their son Matthew's girlfriend, Racquel, is eight months pregnant and Racquel's mother, Mona, and Charlotte can't stand each other. 

    On the day of Racquel's baby shower, Charlotte and Mona have a major blow up and the stress sends Racquel into early labor. Curtis is displeased with Charlotte's behavior, something that slowly but surely drives a new wedge between them. At the same time, Curtis is consumed with church business, and trying to uncover who is behind a series of mysterious letters that threaten to expose Curtis's biggest secret. Increasingly furious with his mother, Matthew gives Charlotte an ultimatum--treat Racquel and her mom with respect or she'll be cut off from seeing the baby altogether. This sends Charlotte down a road of revenge. Once again, the Black household is torn apart, and it will take a miracle for anyone to recover.

  • A House Divided (A Reverend Curtis Black Novel)

    By Kimberla Lawson Roby

    Hardcover: 336 pages

  • "For those thousands of fans, who can't get enough of the 'good' reverend and his wives, this is a book that should not be missed." (Philly.com)


    "Lively, action packed and full of sassy sensuality, Roby once again has created a story that grabs the reader's attention and holds it until the very end." (Las Vegas Review)

    "Roby delivers a well-developed and entertaining plot and fascinating characters readers just love to hate." (Library Journal)

    "Love, Honor and Betray is an entertaining read and remains true to Roby's style of creatively telling a story." (The New York Amsterdam News)

    "An intense gem in an authentic voice." (Publishers Weekly on A DEEP DARK SECRET)

    "Lively, action-packed, and full of sassy sensuality, Roby once again has created a story that grabs the reader's attention and holds it in her grip until the very end." (Corpus Christi Caller-Times)

    "Kimberla Lawson Roby weaves truth into fiction." (Indianapolis Star)

    "Roby [deals] with real issues in her novels." (Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel)

    "Roby's fiction...[addresses] issues that are important to women today." (Memphis Commercial Appeal)

    "Kimberla Lawson Roby has reached a pinnacle most writers only dream of." (Rockford Register Star)

    "Roby, a bestselling author with a devoted audience, knows well the recipe for success: equal parts heartbreak and romance, with liberal dashes of sexual satisfaction." (San Jose Mercury News)

    "Kimberla's writing is magical." (Lolita Files, author of Scenes from a Sistah )


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