She That Findeth by Kim Brooks

She That Findeth by Kim Brooks

She That Findeth by Kim Brooks

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.

Fate. That is the only word that can describe the perfect timing that this book came into my life. Shenita has been waiting for the Lord to send her a mate, but she gets tired of waiting. She decide to be an active participant in life and a whole new world opens up to her.

The storyline in She That Findeth is captivating and one of the more realistic that I have ever read. Shenita’s circle of friends have issues that mirror those that I have experienced with my friends and their way of handling them seemed to be quite normal. Things were not glossed over in this book, yet it kept the integrity of being christian fiction.

The secondary characters are just as instrumental to this book as the main character, yet they do not deter from the Shenia’s story. She That Findeth is a story of friendship and how we must never lose sight of God’s Word or question His timing. Brooks is an excellent storyteller and I look forward to reading more from her.

DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of She That Findeth in exchange for an honest review.


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