Thursday, December 8, 2016

God is a Woman by Michael Tavon

God Is A Woman
by Michael Tavon

My rating: 4 stars
Publication Date: December 1, 2016
Publisher: Michael Tavon
Genre: Multi-Cultural Romance
Print Length: 117 pages
Available from: Amazon

From growing up in an abusive household to becoming a dejected adult, Price Jones found himself drowning in a sea of alcohol and one night stands, to fill the void of loneliness. The suicidal novelist is yearning for love more than ever before. His spiraling love life comes to a halt when an old flame saves his life.

This is a story about how the support of a strong woman can help a man restore confidence, improve his lifestyle, and mental well being. God is a Woman.

 
God is a Woman by Michael Tavon

God Is A WomanHe was young, handsome and already spiraling down the drain in a sea of alcohol. He chose sex as his release, indiscriminate and plentiful, and for that he paid the price in many ways.

It isn’t that Price Jones didn’t want to be happy or successful, he did, more than anything. Growing up in an abusive household, filled with a creative need to write, Price did try, until he gave up. One too many times rejection and failure smacked him down, until he didn’t get up, he didn’t try. As he says, life has no Mulligans and at 25, he felt his life was pretty much washed up. And then he met the woman who could make him strong, make him want to be strong, to do the right thing. For Price, Iris was a god, she was his salvation. The road to salvation isn’t easy though, and there is no guarantee his savior will stay.

Can Price finally learn to respect himself? Will he finally spread his wings and fly? Is Iris the muse he needed to feed his creative and soul-deep need to be his version of a good man? Will she be the wind beneath his wings?

GOD IS A WOMAN by Michael Tavon is a heartfelt tale of one man’s journey toward self-destruction that could only be halted by one special. It is raw, earthy and gritty. It is painful, uplifting and frustrating, but above all, this is a wonderful read.

I received this copy from Michael Tavon in exchange for my honest review.



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