Have you ever displayed bad or disturbing behavior and you wonder how you got to that point in your life? That is the same question that Marva was asking herself after she landed in jail.
Marva Montgomery is a special woman. She has a large family that loves her, a beautiful condo, a CLS550 Mercedes Benz and a great paying job at one of the most prestigious law firms in Georgia. So how did she end up in the predicament that she is currently facing? Marva might have grown up living through hand-me-downs but she never felt like she wanted for anything. God was the head of her life and she KNEW that He loved her so why is she now facing the fact that she turned her back on him? Marva must now figure out what she has to be ashamed of.
Shame In Me is an excellently written novel about choices that we make and the consequences that go with them. Jo Ann Felton Carter has captured the true meaning of self-revelation, what must I do in order to be the person that I know that I can be, the person that I once was, the person that I want to be again! I applaud Jo Ann’s use of scripture and how it applies to daily living. I love her writing and I am please to have been introduced to her works!
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Paperback: 140 pages
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