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You can tell that Andria Hall and Linnie Frank are best friends as soon asyou pick up their book. This funny, smart, black women's guide to everydaylife and prayer is a godsend. Covering all the important topics--love,marriage, friendship, children, and faith--Andria and Linnie speak to eachother in the tones of companionship and humor reserved for the oldest ofpals. And by the end of the book, you'll feel like you're their friendtoo.

There's plenty of good sense in this book. For example, Linnie'sreflections on marriage: "It wasn't until my early thirties that I reachedthe maturity required for marriage--I was finally ready! I must say, I'mglad I waited. I don't feel as though I missed out on anything. I enjoyedbeing single, and now I enjoy being married." Or Andria's comments onfriendship: "My friends are women who would give me their last dime, stopeverything, ask no questions and deliver--no matter what." But the mostimportant lesson is always the same: God is the true guide to a happy andloving life and relationships on earth. Give this warm, witty and deeplyspiritual book to your best girlfriend today. She might even think it'sdivine.

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