Joy by Victoria Christopher Murray

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Anya Mitchell feels greatly blessed. The owner of a successful Los Angeles financial services company, she is also prosperous in love, thanks so handsome writer Braxton Vance. True, they have real differences over their future and she must struggle at the same time to show her emotionally wounded cousin Sasha the right way in life. But Anya's faith in God's promise is unshakable...until the night she is brutally attacked in her office. Reeling with anger and fear, she wrestles with soul-wrenching doubt and the temptation to reply more on her own strength. Even more devastating is Braxton's insistence that she trust his version of what God wants her to do. Facing heartbreak and disillusion--and answers she never could have expected--Anya must now come to terms with what she truly believes...and discover that the joy that lies in God's surprising plan.
 

About Victoria Christopher Murray

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Victoria Christopher Murray is the author of nine Essence bestselling novels, including The Ex Files; Too Little, Too Late; and Lady Jasmine. Winner of the African American Literary Award for Fiction and Author of the Year (Female), she lives in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. Visit VictoriaChristopherMurray.com.
 
Published December 2, 2008 by Walk Worthy Press. 384 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Anya Mitchell seems to have it all: a thriving business, a large diamond on her left hand and a solid relationship with the Lord. But her life is not as perfect as it seems. Her hunky fiancé,

Oct 01 2001 | Read Full Review of Joy

Winnipeg Free Press

Joy Division played only three years' worth of gigs and released a whopping total of two studio albums.

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APOOO Bookclub

The characterization of Joy was strong and I especially liked how Murray showed us the depth of Anya’s character via her relationship with her family(especially her grandmother and cousin), her fiancée who we all loved to hate and Anya’s life as a professional/career women who was making signific...

Nov 22 2009 | Read Full Review of Joy

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