Title: Still Not Satisfied
Author: S.A. Brown
Genre: Religious Fiction
Blurb: Christian Goodman loves the ladies. When an old girlfriend calls, it's game on until her game plan forces him to the sidelines. While there, his grandmother and best friend lose faith in him. With no one left, he finds Dr. Devin Rainey in her own struggle. Christian enters her life only to serve as a reminder of what she is missing, thus, creating tension between the two. She fights to remain professional, but personal needs force her to leave Christian, too. Completely alone, he turns to an unlikely ally to assist him in his quest for satisfaction.
Review: Christian Goodman, who is a well-known womanizer, tries to fill the void in his life with countless women. What is interesting is that what he "deserves" comes back at him threefold. The story is filled with a good plot and structure. S.A Brown did a good job of writing this story. The story held my attention. The characters are really relatable.
The cover gets a B+ from me. A great image is used. The typography used, was well placed and grabbed my attention.
The story gets a 4/5 stars. I would recommend this novel to anyone who loves stories about self-realizations, and how someone does what they need to do to makes things right. The story truly has themes of growth.