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The award-winning author of Lust, Envy, and Greed—soon to be Lifetime movies—delivers a passionate and unforgettable exploration of a marriage caught in the crossroads of rage. When Chastity Butler and Xavier Owens first meet, they instantly connect over their shared dedication to activism. After all, Xavier is a civil rights attorney and Chastity uses her business degree t The award-winning author of Lust, Envy, and Greed—soon to be Lifetime movies—delivers a passionate and unforgettable exploration of a marriage caught in the crossroads of rage. When Chastity Butler and Xavier Owens first meet, they instantly connect over their shared dedication to activism. After all, Xavier is a civil rights attorney and Chastity uses her business degree to work with a local foundation that helps battered women. Together, they work to make the world a better place and find themselves falling deeper in love. Even though friends and family warn them to slow down, Xavier and Chastity marry within a year. But their marriage is soon strained by the intense differences between their backgrounds. Chastity, the only child of a prominent popular pastor in Philadelphia, was raised with privilege. Xavier, meanwhile, never knew his father, was abandoned by his mother, and shuffled between houses, leaving him feeling isolated and inadequate. As an adult, he was determined to leave his past behind. As time goes on, Xavier is slowly overcome with resentment about his past. Soon, Chastity finds herself on the receiving end of his increasing rage. It starts with verbal abuse and escalates until the physical abuse makes Chastity feel like she’s living in a prison. She has built a career on helping women in similar situations, but her religious upbringing, her position at the domestic violence foundation, as well as her family’s high social profile all work to keep her in their home, praying that Xavier will change. Things only get worse when the local Democratic Party asks Chastity to run for office, and Xavier can’t handle the amount of attention his wife is suddenly getting. When his rage explodes at a level Chastity has never seen, will their marriage survive or is this finally the last straw?


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The award-winning author of Lust, Envy, and Greed—soon to be Lifetime movies—delivers a passionate and unforgettable exploration of a marriage caught in the crossroads of rage. When Chastity Butler and Xavier Owens first meet, they instantly connect over their shared dedication to activism. After all, Xavier is a civil rights attorney and Chastity uses her business degree t The award-winning author of Lust, Envy, and Greed—soon to be Lifetime movies—delivers a passionate and unforgettable exploration of a marriage caught in the crossroads of rage. When Chastity Butler and Xavier Owens first meet, they instantly connect over their shared dedication to activism. After all, Xavier is a civil rights attorney and Chastity uses her business degree to work with a local foundation that helps battered women. Together, they work to make the world a better place and find themselves falling deeper in love. Even though friends and family warn them to slow down, Xavier and Chastity marry within a year. But their marriage is soon strained by the intense differences between their backgrounds. Chastity, the only child of a prominent popular pastor in Philadelphia, was raised with privilege. Xavier, meanwhile, never knew his father, was abandoned by his mother, and shuffled between houses, leaving him feeling isolated and inadequate. As an adult, he was determined to leave his past behind. As time goes on, Xavier is slowly overcome with resentment about his past. Soon, Chastity finds herself on the receiving end of his increasing rage. It starts with verbal abuse and escalates until the physical abuse makes Chastity feel like she’s living in a prison. She has built a career on helping women in similar situations, but her religious upbringing, her position at the domestic violence foundation, as well as her family’s high social profile all work to keep her in their home, praying that Xavier will change. Things only get worse when the local Democratic Party asks Chastity to run for office, and Xavier can’t handle the amount of attention his wife is suddenly getting. When his rage explodes at a level Chastity has never seen, will their marriage survive or is this finally the last straw?

30 review for Wrath

  1. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Lindo-Rice

    Wrath is a story of Chastity Butler and Xavier Owens who share an instant connection. They have so much in common and their love story is a fairy tale. They are swept away by an attraction that is so strong that they marry within months of meeting each other. Ignoring the advice of friends and family, they jump all in. But Chastity and Xavier each have baggage that interfere with the success of their relationship and eventually their marriage. Chastity's father was once a cheat and Xavier was a p Wrath is a story of Chastity Butler and Xavier Owens who share an instant connection. They have so much in common and their love story is a fairy tale. They are swept away by an attraction that is so strong that they marry within months of meeting each other. Ignoring the advice of friends and family, they jump all in. But Chastity and Xavier each have baggage that interfere with the success of their relationship and eventually their marriage. Chastity's father was once a cheat and Xavier was a produce of abuse. Chastity has parents who dotes on her while Xavier has never felt truly loved by the adults in his life. Within him is an anger that grows and grows until he unleashes it in a way from which he can never recover. The beginning felt like I was going up a roller coaster ride. Then, from chapter 14 onward, I was in a groove, drawn in by the work of Ms. Christopher Murray's pen. She has a way of writing that grabs and draws you in as the story unfolds. There were many moments where I found myself rooting for Xavier. But can you root for someone who refuses to get help or acknowledge a deep-rooted issue? However, this is mastery at its best, because I would have been his champion if he had been willing to listen. We can hear so many things but to truly listen requires action. Change. A desire to change is not the same as actually changing. A poignant scene was the sermon presented by Chastity's own father. What a message. Inspiring. True. An on-time word. When I got to the end of the story, I was left in a state of deep thinking. I had to marinate on what I read. Reality can be jarring. Sad. The issue of domestic violence is still one that needs to be addressed in several mediums. I believe Victoria Christopher Murray taking this approach will leave many of us with takeaways long after it's done.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany Tyler

    There’s so much to say but for now I’ll just say that it’s the best one in the series!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kelsie Maxwell

    Wrath is book four in the Seven Deadly Sins series by Victoria Christopher Murray. Though part of a series, this novel is a standalone. Victoria Christopher Murray is a very successful author of multicultural and urban fiction, and once again she delivers a true gem. Chastity Jeffries and Xavier King are both successful attorneys with painful family histories, though completely different upbringings. Neither one expected their casual meeting to turn into a serious romance so quickly. Can lust, o Wrath is book four in the Seven Deadly Sins series by Victoria Christopher Murray. Though part of a series, this novel is a standalone. Victoria Christopher Murray is a very successful author of multicultural and urban fiction, and once again she delivers a true gem. Chastity Jeffries and Xavier King are both successful attorneys with painful family histories, though completely different upbringings. Neither one expected their casual meeting to turn into a serious romance so quickly. Can lust, or even love, overcome the seemingly inevitable, when they face the challenges wrought by the pain of their pasts? This is dramatic multicultural fiction. The novel is revealed through the alternating viewpoints of Chastity and Xavier. This sometimes tricky writing technique is handled without confusion through the use of appropriate chapter headers. The characters are fully-fleshed and vibrant. The writing is deep and sometimes dark with humor injected to temporarily alleviate the intense tension. The eye-opening plot twists had me waiting for the other shoe to drop the entire time. The anticipation and expectation are both well met by the end. I’ll definitely be reading the rest of this series. I give Wrath 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it to anyone who enjoys great edge-of-your-seat fiction. . My thanks to Gallery Books and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However, the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shannan Harper

    I truly did not want this book to end. I have read books by the author since the beginning of her career, and there is not one book that I have not enjoyed. This was one of the best books she has ever written. There were several times I was so shocked, I almost threw my kindle across the room. I was recovering from an illness while reading, and it was so exciting, I ended up reading it in several hours. It captivated my attention from the very first word. There were also several "what in the wor I truly did not want this book to end. I have read books by the author since the beginning of her career, and there is not one book that I have not enjoyed. This was one of the best books she has ever written. There were several times I was so shocked, I almost threw my kindle across the room. I was recovering from an illness while reading, and it was so exciting, I ended up reading it in several hours. It captivated my attention from the very first word. There were also several "what in the world" and "did I just really read that " moments several times throughout the story. Charity's father happened to be my favorite secondary character. Several times I looked at him like 'did you really just say that". And I was not expecting it to end like that either. This was such an entertaining and very well written story. I received a copy of this book via NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

  5. 4 out of 5

    ReadnliftwithShar

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I received an Advanced Readers Copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Wrath releases on January 5, 2021 Wrath is a book about a male, Xavier, who believes that marriage will solve all of his problems. Xavier is deeply broken; he has extreme anger issues, and is the ultimate manipulator. He also has serious mommy issues which affected how he treated women. From a child, Xavier was seen as a burden. He was abused and unloved and that carried on into his I received an Advanced Readers Copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Wrath releases on January 5, 2021 Wrath is a book about a male, Xavier, who believes that marriage will solve all of his problems. Xavier is deeply broken; he has extreme anger issues, and is the ultimate manipulator. He also has serious mommy issues which affected how he treated women. From a child, Xavier was seen as a burden. He was abused and unloved and that carried on into his adulthood. When Xavier meets Chastity he fell so hard but it didn’t take long for his true colors to show. The author did a good job with the storyline because although I wasn’t a big fan of Xavier at all, I couldn’t stop reading. Surely karma was coming for him!! I am giving four stars because it started really slow. I also wasn’t too big on Chastity- she was kind of weak in a sense. For her to have been so, “book smart” she lacked all common sense when it came to her relationship. This book involves: child abuse and domestic violence.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Taminika Washington

    I tell you what! I couldn’t drink enough wine to get me through this book. If you enjoyed Lust....Wrath will make your head spin!!! Just call the exorcist because somebody needs one! Whewww

  7. 4 out of 5

    ReadingWC

    3.5 stars

  8. 5 out of 5

    Marion Jones

    Everything that is good, or at least appears to be, is not good for you. In Wrath, by Victoria Christopher Murray, Chastity Jeffries discovers this the hard way. Chastity meets Xavier King, a handsome and seemingly nice young man. However, what she does not know is that behind that façade, there is something not quite right. As the daughter of a prominent pastor, Chastity has learned many lessons, some good, some not so good, about men and relationships. Xavier has learned some lessons, too. Whe Everything that is good, or at least appears to be, is not good for you. In Wrath, by Victoria Christopher Murray, Chastity Jeffries discovers this the hard way. Chastity meets Xavier King, a handsome and seemingly nice young man. However, what she does not know is that behind that façade, there is something not quite right. As the daughter of a prominent pastor, Chastity has learned many lessons, some good, some not so good, about men and relationships. Xavier has learned some lessons, too. When these two come together, sparks fly—in more ways than one. Both characters are well-drawn, and the story is not an unusual one. There is no blame here, only the telling of the story. Heartbreak, suspense, and intrigue can all be found in the book. I thoroughly enjoyed it! Thank you to NetGalley, the author and publisher for the opportunity to review this book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn Diamond

    Lawd, if you don't deal with your issues. Your issues will show up an swallow you hole. There was so much too this novel. Fast-paced, suspenseful page Turner. Lawd, if you don't deal with your issues. Your issues will show up an swallow you hole. There was so much too this novel. Fast-paced, suspenseful page Turner.

  10. 4 out of 5

    ConSonia

    Jaw dropper Oh my this book hands down is one of your best, it just pulled me in from beginning to the end definitely never saw it going the way it did. Great job

  11. 4 out of 5

    LaChelle Weaver

    Wow! VCM has done it again. This story took me through so many emotions, mainly frustration with Chastity. I just couldn’t wrap my mind around some of her decisions regarding Xavier but I’ve never been in that situation. This is one of those books that will have you texting your friend which I did often. Lol! This is the fourth book in her Seven Deadly Sins series and while I enjoyed it, Envy is still my favorite but this one was so good. My mind is still reeling!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ellowyn

    Xavier King is a man who has endured a lot over the years which has caused him to become a broken man. Chastity is the typical girl who guards her heart and has focused on her career until she meets Xavier King. The author has done a great job with penning this novel. This book is full of drama with twists that keep you wanting more. I really enjoyed this story and look forward to reading more by her.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Qiana Groves

    Wrath is Victoria Christopher Murray's latest installment in her Seven Deadly Sins series and I must admit, this is my favorite thus far. In this story we are introduced to Xavier King and Chasity Jeffries. Initially their story appears to be kismet, but like the old saying goes, everything that glitters isn't gold. Chastity Jeffries is nothing short of royalty, the daughter of Kareem “KJ” Jeffries, a NBA player turned mega pastor. Pastor Jeffries is a great dad, but hasn‘t always been a great hu Wrath is Victoria Christopher Murray's latest installment in her Seven Deadly Sins series and I must admit, this is my favorite thus far. In this story we are introduced to Xavier King and Chasity Jeffries. Initially their story appears to be kismet, but like the old saying goes, everything that glitters isn't gold. Chastity Jeffries is nothing short of royalty, the daughter of Kareem “KJ” Jeffries, a NBA player turned mega pastor. Pastor Jeffries is a great dad, but hasn‘t always been a great husband. His infidelities have ruined all of Chastity’s childhood memories, so much so that she moves to Atlanta just to get away. When Chastity returns to New York she’s determined to not let her past dictate her future, but in the end she realizes she’s more like her mother than she’s willing to admit. “Chastity, I have prayed for this. You lived through so much of the bad, I want only the best for you now.” Xavier King‘s childhood was filled with hate. Abandoned by his mother, never knowing his father and hated by his grandmother, Xavier has no clue what love looks like. But even with no precedent on how to love or how to be a man, Xavier is determined to defeat all odds. “You know, grief is a deep emotion that leaves its remnants for years, sometimes decades. There are few who’ve gone through something as tragic as what you’ve experienced, especially being so young, who have walked away unscathed by that kind of trauma.“ Xavier left Sumner, Mississippi and never looked back, he‘s become a man anyone would be proud of. From the outside looking in Xavier is the perfect man, a man any woman would be proud to have on her arm. Xavier has one chink in his armor, his anger issues. Chastity and Xavier meet and their connection is almost instantaneous. Reading this story was almost like watching a train wreck, you know that it’s coming, but you can’t pull your eyes away from the impending doom. “And because wrath is the extreme of anger, the Lord is warning that anyone who goes to that extreme is a person who will do it again and again and again.” Chastity’s religious background makes her more forgiving and understanding than she should be. “But this is what I know-Xavier King deserves happiness. After all he’s been through, this is the first time he’s allowed himself to fall in love.” This story touches on domestic violence, which may be a trigger for some readers even though the scenes weren't overly graphic or gruesome (IMO). Overall I enjoyed this story, it was well written and held my attention. I loved the religious aspect that Victoria usually adds to her stories. Initially I didn’t care for Kareem Jefferies, but by then end of the story he turned out to be my favorite character. I didn’t like the fact that there were so many flash backs written in, but it didn’t take away from the story. The moral of the story was eloquently conveyed and the message was definitely received. “If you find yourself with a wrathful person, this is what the scripture is saying: You cannot save a wrathful man from the consequences of his intemperance. You may do it once, you may do it twice. But if that man is unchanged, all of your efforts will be useless, and the help you have given will only make him believe that she can continue to indulge his wrath with impunity.”

  14. 4 out of 5

    Tracee

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Wrath by Victoria Christopher Murray will be released 5 January 2021, and if you've read the other books in the Seven Deadly Sins series, you already know what's up. The quick rundown: Preacher's kid Chastity returns home after being away from her parents for years to meet who she thinks is the man of her dreams. Xavier looks great on paper: He's an attorney like Chastity, and they share the same interests and birthday. What they don't share is temperament. Will Chastity save herself or become th Wrath by Victoria Christopher Murray will be released 5 January 2021, and if you've read the other books in the Seven Deadly Sins series, you already know what's up. The quick rundown: Preacher's kid Chastity returns home after being away from her parents for years to meet who she thinks is the man of her dreams. Xavier looks great on paper: He's an attorney like Chastity, and they share the same interests and birthday. What they don't share is temperament. Will Chastity save herself or become the victim of his wrath? When it comes to a VCM book, you're gonna learn something and/or see yourself or someone you you know in these books. What I've taken from this book is we cannot save people. Yes, we know this until it happens to us or someone we love or made a commitment to. Chastity thought thought it was the Christian thing to do, after all, that's what she saw with her own parents. However, when her life was on the line, she had to make a choice. We also never know what others have gone through. Overall, I enjoyed this book, and I even made it through all the flashback scenes (I usually dislike them immensely). They provided context and background info to help us readers. I thought I knew how the story was going to end, but I am glad I was wrong. I think readers of the Seven Deadly Sins will like this one too, but Greed is my fav lol. A big thank you to NetGalley and the publisher, Gallery Books, for the ARC to read and provide my honest review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    JoJo Rogers

    This book was an ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley for an unbiased review. Review posted at http://words.blank-stare.com/tag/jojo... Absolutely loved all of these characters!! Let me start by saying, I’ll be needing a Sisley and Kareem prequel...because there seems to be plenty to tell in that redemption story. The main characters’ back story played a vital role in the dynamics of Chastity and Xavier’s relationship and I appreciated how the supporting characters we used to further enha This book was an ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley for an unbiased review. Review posted at http://words.blank-stare.com/tag/jojo... Absolutely loved all of these characters!! Let me start by saying, I’ll be needing a Sisley and Kareem prequel...because there seems to be plenty to tell in that redemption story. The main characters’ back story played a vital role in the dynamics of Chastity and Xavier’s relationship and I appreciated how the supporting characters we used to further enhance your understanding of their perspective and subsequent decision making. I love how VCM did a spin on people’s use of scripture to support what they may innately want to do...the notion that there’s a scripture for everything (good and bad) was clearly shown. The ending took me by surprise...but it was delightful stray from the expected. Additional favorite points: • Bryce knowing and calling Xavier on his BS - too often in stories like this, you find friends that border on being accomplices. I appreciated that it was a clear depiction of how men MUST hold one another accountable and encourage each other to do better. • The underlying theme that it’s not how people see you, but how you see yourself. Xaviers self loathing did him more harm than anything...his negative thoughts were often the furthest thing from truth others saw/thought. Overall another hit for Victoria Christopher Murray...think this may be my favorite so far in the seven deadly sins series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Burgundy

    Victoria Christopher Murray has knocked it out of the park with this one. What do you do when you swore you would never fall in love due to your parents. Chasity Jeffries has vowed to do just that. Her father is a famous preacher and has cheated on her mom numerous times. She was so jaded on falling in love that is until she met Xavier. In the beginning, their love story was so fairy tale and honestly I felt that Xavier was dealt a bad hand and needed a good woman in his life. But more than half Victoria Christopher Murray has knocked it out of the park with this one. What do you do when you swore you would never fall in love due to your parents. Chasity Jeffries has vowed to do just that. Her father is a famous preacher and has cheated on her mom numerous times. She was so jaded on falling in love that is until she met Xavier. In the beginning, their love story was so fairy tale and honestly I felt that Xavier was dealt a bad hand and needed a good woman in his life. But more than halfway thorough the book. I wanted to throttle Chastity. When you read the book you will understand why. This book was very good and by the end I was left with no unanswered questions and I can't wait for rthe next book in this series.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Elisa Edwards

    I’ve been reading this authors books for a long time knowing that she never disappoints. Sad to say I could totally relate to Chastity trying to save Xavier from his demons. I’d like to say that they weren’t his fault and initially they weren’t which made me feel some empathy for him wanting him to get it together. Chastity was extremely too gullible and forgiving and this bothered me to no end. I guess having experienced a similar situation which gives you 20/20 vision I wanted to correct my mi I’ve been reading this authors books for a long time knowing that she never disappoints. Sad to say I could totally relate to Chastity trying to save Xavier from his demons. I’d like to say that they weren’t his fault and initially they weren’t which made me feel some empathy for him wanting him to get it together. Chastity was extremely too gullible and forgiving and this bothered me to no end. I guess having experienced a similar situation which gives you 20/20 vision I wanted to correct my mistakes vicariously through her, like LEAVE! All in GREAT READ! I’d definitely recommend it and can’t wait for future books in the series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Shalea

    I received an ARC of "Wrath" by Victoria Christopher Murray in exchange for an honest review. This 4th installment of Murray's Seven Deadly Sins series started off strong and finished just as powerful. Murray addressed domestic violence, romance, spirituality, rape, abandonment, and much more. I legitimately enjoyed the character dynamics and how the storyline flowed throughout. Would love to see Chastity and company in future installments this series. Kudos to Victoria Christopher Murray, this is I received an ARC of "Wrath" by Victoria Christopher Murray in exchange for an honest review. This 4th installment of Murray's Seven Deadly Sins series started off strong and finished just as powerful. Murray addressed domestic violence, romance, spirituality, rape, abandonment, and much more. I legitimately enjoyed the character dynamics and how the storyline flowed throughout. Would love to see Chastity and company in future installments this series. Kudos to Victoria Christopher Murray, this is a novel you do not want to miss.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Chandra

    4.5 really. The beginning moved slower than what I expected. Once the story picked up, it had me! Wrath is about Xavier King and Chastity Jefferies seeking love. Xavier can't accept his flaws are that harmful that everyone walks away, making his insecurities become magnified. Chastity is able to let go and begin healing from the scars left by the oh so public scandal in her parents marriage, but put her into one of her own. 4.5 really. The beginning moved slower than what I expected. Once the story picked up, it had me! Wrath is about Xavier King and Chastity Jefferies seeking love. Xavier can't accept his flaws are that harmful that everyone walks away, making his insecurities become magnified. Chastity is able to let go and begin healing from the scars left by the oh so public scandal in her parents marriage, but put her into one of her own.

  20. 5 out of 5

    LaCricia A`ngelle

    This book was excellent. Victoria Christopher Murray did an awesome job of penning a story that brings awareness to the importance of taking care of our mental health. I believe if the character had addressed the issues that stemmed from childhood, they would have had a different outcome. This story had me engrossed from the beginning until the last period. I highly recommend this book.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Vnunez-Ms_luv2read

    Another good entry in this series. This book thus far in my opinion is the best one thus far. The book is about domestic violence, so it may not be for everyone. Another awesome read by the author. Thanks to Netgalley, the author and the publisher for the arc of this book in return for my honest review. Receiving the book in this manner had no bearing on this review.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Arrington

    WHEW I kept yelling at Chastity to run, but she didn’t. Mr King in all of his fineness was a walking time bomb, his mother’s going away and dying and his Grandmother who was a vindictive, evil woman who mistreated and abused her only child’s child because the man she was seeing raped her daughter. Xavier never learned how to handle emotion. Fantastic read, a must read!!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Rayford

    Another winner! The newest installment in the Seven Deadly Sins series is a gripping tale of love, grace, and forgiveness. The author is skillful at crafting flawed and realistic characters. This book was hard to put down.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    Victoria has done it again! I am speechless! Xavier King was something else.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Zenobia Jordan

    OMG!! This book was the bomb! Well Done.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kim O'Bryant

    This book was EXCELLENT. I was glued to the end.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Diane Collins

    One of the best in the series!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tasha (Amaysn Reads)

    Messy messy messy. ******************************************************************************** This follows Chastity and Xavier who meet a club one night and find that they have a lot in common on the surface. They're both lawyers and very ambitious. Chastity and Xavier start a whirlwind romance. Little does Chastity know that Xavier is dealing with unprocessed childhood trauma and acts irrationally sometimes. This at the end was fine. It was really the messiness of the story that kept me rea Messy messy messy. ******************************************************************************** This follows Chastity and Xavier who meet a club one night and find that they have a lot in common on the surface. They're both lawyers and very ambitious. Chastity and Xavier start a whirlwind romance. Little does Chastity know that Xavier is dealing with unprocessed childhood trauma and acts irrationally sometimes. This at the end was fine. It was really the messiness of the story that kept me reading. Chastity is the daughter of a preacher of a mega church and some of the "lessons" were a little heavy handed for my taste. I would definitely categorize this as Christian contemporary. It has a heavy handed Christian message and all of the sex scenes are flowery written and fade to black. I literally had to put the book down the first time they had sex because when they finished they "waltz through heaven's gates...together" Really? Lol Be advised that this does deal with mental and physical abuse and manipulation if you want to pick it up. It's not really a romance, but I mean it was a fast read and reminded me of a season of Greenleaf, so there's that.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cassandra Haywood

    This is the fourth book of the Seven Deadly Sins Series: Wrath and the storyline truly was about it’s name. The author gave a real honest insight as to how Wrath can lead to living a destructive lifestyle, not only for yourself but involve others close to you to feel your anger, hurt and pain. Xavier King grew up as a child left behind by his mother in a rural town in Mississippi with his maternal grandmother who could not stand him or show any type of caring and love. Chastity Jeffries grew up i This is the fourth book of the Seven Deadly Sins Series: Wrath and the storyline truly was about it’s name. The author gave a real honest insight as to how Wrath can lead to living a destructive lifestyle, not only for yourself but involve others close to you to feel your anger, hurt and pain. Xavier King grew up as a child left behind by his mother in a rural town in Mississippi with his maternal grandmother who could not stand him or show any type of caring and love. Chastity Jeffries grew up in a two parent home where her father was a celebrity basketball player and then became a Pastor of a large church in Harlem New York. She saw her mother crying and being upset over her fathers committing adultery with other women. Chastity could never understand why her mother would stick by her husband and put up with his cheating ways, always excepting his apologies instead of leaving him. When Chastity and Xavier meet they both find out they have a lot in common same careers, Birthday month date, and other common likes, which leads them into a fast growing relationship and marriage in a very short time span of meeting. I love how well the author developed the characters and you can see and feel the different emotions of what they were feeling. In the last couple of chapters it really brought it home for me emotionally and I found myself in tears. This book was a real page turner for me and when it ended it gave me a better understanding of having to deal with someone Wrath and recognize the truth and don’t make or take excuses is real. I highly recommend this book to read and look forward to reading the next book in the Seven Deadly Sins Series. Cassandra H.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Angela Fuqua

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