Mama B thought her life would return to normal, but when her nephew, Derrick, comes knocking on her door, she has to reconsider. Though she’s not known for housing marital fugitives, she realizes Derrick is looking for more than a place to stay; he needs help finding his way back to God.
Of course, help is almost Mama B’s middle name until Henrietta crosses the line with her accusations about Mama B’s intentions with the recently widowed pastor. Mama B isn’t looking for romance with either the pastor or her suitor, Dr. Wilson—but will love come looking for her?
What I enjoyed the most about this book is the wisdom of God displayed in Mama B. She is a woman of grace and a prayer warrior. There are timeless lessons on how to walk in love and how and when to hold your tongue. Michelle Stimpson has taken a story and woven the Word of God throughout the book; and she didn’t fail to have you chuckling at hilarious moments that are extremely memorable. Also, if you enjoy a bit of romance, then you’ll get a taste in Mama B: A Time to Dance. I thoroughly enjoyed the book!
*All opinions expressed are my own.*
Sandra W Titus