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David C. Cook Zora & Nicky

Zora Johnson's daddy pastors a megabucks megachurch. Nicky Parker's father preaches old-time religion and old-fashioned racism. Nicky's a reformed playboy and Zora a misunderstood artist---and their first encounter is hardly a meeting of minds! Despite skin-deep differences, will two lost sheep from very different flocks find their Good Shepherd . . . and each other? 416 pages, softcover from Cook.
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Review 1 for Zora & Nicky
This review is fromZora and Nicky - eBook.
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3 out of 5
3 out of 5

Good book just not my style.

Date:January 8, 2014
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CurledUpWithaBook
Location:The Maritimes
Age:55-65
Gender:female
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After a few pages I wasn't sure if I wanted to continue reading but decided there was something much deeper happening in this story so I read the entire book. This book is about two young individuals who decide they don't want to follow in their parents' faith. They step out to find the truth of the gospel for themselves. The story is very real and the author holds nothing back. So yes, it is a great story - just a little too uncomfortable for me but I applaud the author for tackling the issues of racism and sexuality.
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Review 2 for Zora & Nicky
This review is fromZora and Nicky - eBook.
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1 out of 5
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Did not like this!!!!

Date:January 14, 2013
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Aeriel
Age:Under 18
Gender:female
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I did not like some of the language in this book as well as the content. I would not recommend this to anyone at all.
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Review 3 for Zora & Nicky
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:November 4, 2008
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Janet
This is the best love story of God that I have ever read. I will tell all of my sisters in Christ to pick this book up. I only wish that it was longer.
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Review 4 for Zora & Nicky
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Date:August 5, 2008
Zora and Nicky is a tale of electrifying attraction between two lost souls desperately seeking God's mercy and grace while surrounded by bigotry, misunderstanding and the selfish agendas of their fathers. Claudia Mair Burney writes with such brutal honesty and authenticity that you will feel uncomfortable in places, weep in others and be thankful for the truly Godly, yet imperfect, people in your life. Alternating between the first person voices of Nicky and Zora, and expressing both with exceptional accuracy and clarity, Claudia took me on a journey filled with heartache and hope, pain and humour, magnetic attraction and abrasive interactions. While confronting this is a beautiful story of love, forgiveness and the complexities of human relationships regardless of, and yet because of, faith, colour and environment.
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Review 5 for Zora & Nicky
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Date:April 18, 2008
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Nadine Willis
Claudia Mair Burney is one of the top writers of contemporary fiction today. In this novel she introduces an interracial couple who meet fall in love. We walk with Zora and Nicky, two preachers children, as they grapple with issues of their own spiritual growth, ideas about race and family matters. With support from some unexpected sources the couple navigates some treacherous waters to determine if they have the courage to follow their hearts or submit to the traditional roles that they are expected to assume. This novel does an excellent job in pinpointing some difficult truths about race in America. As a Black female Christian who loves romance, this book provided an unexpected opportunity examine my own ideas about interracial matters. We will have to ask ourselves is God love or not and does his Word reign or our personnel ideas. Ms. Burney has an incredible ability to get to the heart of the matter in this novel. This will be a different type of reading experience but definitely satisfying. If you have never read her novels, you are missing out on hearing from one Americas most courageous and superb writers.
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