|The Prodigal Son|
The Black Family is back.
And this time it's not the good Reverend Curtis Black or his wife Charlotte who are causing trouble.
There's a new Black in town. Well, sort of. Technically, he's a Black. But he goes by the name of Dillon Whitfield. He's the Reverend's long-lost son. And since Matthew Black hasn't spoken to his parents in a year (that's right, a whole year), Dillon figures that it's only fitting that the true first born son of Curtis Black should taken center stage and assume his "rightful" place in the dynasty.
And center stage he takes. He's not alone. He's got company. In the form of Matthew's new wife Raquel (can you say "a piece of work?"), who isn't adjusting to marriage and motherhood quite the way Matthew had hoped. Of course, who can totally blame her after what her monster-in-law Charlotte put her through in "A House Divided."
And, if you're not up to date with the "Curtis Black Series," you might want to use the next month before "The Prodigal Son" goes on sale to catch up. I can't explain it all here. And besides that would spoil the fun.
As always, this is one family that never comes up short in the drama department. They just can't seem to behave themselves. You never know what or who you're going to run into when you turn the page.
Which is a great thing for us loyal fans of Kimberla Lawson Roby.
"The Prodigal Son" by Kimberla Lawson Roby
(A Reverend Curtis Black Novel)