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The Church Girl – The Guardian 2 #OneChanceReplay


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Jamie Solomon was a man of mixed blood, who enjoyed the benefits of the multiple races to which he belonged.  He stood tall at six feet three inches, fair in complexion, with a head of soft black curls.  He had movie star looks, which he gained from his beautiful mixed race mother, who was half Nigerian and half Indian.  His father was a Caucasian American, who also sported good looks and broad shoulders.

Jamie was born in the United States of America, where he also spent his early years.  He moved with his family to Nigeria 25 years ago, when his father bought and took over the small investment bank that was later renamed Solomon Investment Bank.  He returned to California to do a degree in Accounting at the University of California.  It was while he was in Los Angeles, living as a Bachelor and working at an Accounting Firm that he had met the beautiful Amaka Nkechi, the younger sister of his friend, Adania.

Amaka was a glamour model at the time, five feet eleven inches tall, who was not shy of adding more inches with her passion for stiletto heels…

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The Church Girl story series has now been converted to a book.  It is a lesson-packed story about a love that was destined, but tried in every way.  Mary and Ifeanyi must learn that in order to live, they must first die to self, as their love and faith is tested through many trials and temptations.  Follow this roller-coaster ride about a love that overcomes all, that will grow your faith, or lead you to the One who holds the keys of Life…  

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