An Inconvenient Friend

An Inconvenient FriendIn Secrets and Lies, Samaria Jacobs tried to seduce Dr. Jonah Morgan. Now she’s back in An Inconvenient Friend. Her creed is “If at first you don’t succeed, try…try…again.”

Samaria Jacobs has her sights set on Gregory Preston. A successful surgeon, he has just the bankroll she needs to keep her in the lifestyle that her credit card debt has helped her grow accustomed to. Samaria joins New Mercies Christian Church to get close to Gregory’s wife. If she gets to know Angelina Preston, she can become like her in more than just looks, and really work her way into Greg’s heart.

Angelina Preston’s life is filled with a successful career and busy ministry work, but something’s just not right with her marriage. Late nights, early meetings, lipstick- and perfume-stained shirts have her suspicious that Greg is doing a little more operating than she’d like. But does she have the strength to confront the only man she’s ever loved and risk losing him to the other woman?

Just when Samaria thinks she’s got it all figured out, she finds herself drawn to Angelina’s kindness. Will she be able to carry out her plan after she finds herself yearning for the one thing she’s never had . . . the friendship of a woman?

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What People Have Said about An Inconvenient Friend

 “Rhonda McKnight has written a sizzling novel, full of jaw dropping, sexy drama and unexpected plot twists. I was captivated by this fresh, original story from page one.” — Victoria Christopher Murray, Essence Bestselling Author of The Deal, The Dance and the Devil and Sins of the Mother

 “Talk about scandalous! An Inconvenient Friend is full of drama and deception, but God’s message of forgiveness and redemption are powerfully delivered. Rhonda McKnight has quickly earned her place as a favorite in Christian fiction.” — Sherri Lewis, Essence Bestselling Author of Selling My Soul and The List

“A smoothly blended story line of the Bible and everyday life, An Inconvenient Friend will have you looking closer into your relationships.” — Reviewed by Sharon Lewis of The RAWSISTAZ(tm) Reviewers

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