HOLY ROLLERS

Billingsley’s sensational summer tale masterfully weaves her trademark style of humor, girl-next-door drama, faith and romance together. And she goes a step further … she makes you fall in love with the characters, especially Coco.

Audra, Coco and Nita have lost faith in becoming ’ballers’ wives, but not in finding husbands. Audra wants a man who can be a father to her son. Nita doesn’t want to be a mistress anymore, and Coco wants true love. Audra suggests they masquerade as God-fearing churchgoers to meet potential beaux at a local ministers’ conference. Will the ladies get what they want? (GALLERY, Jul., 304 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed by: 
Dee Y. Stewart