The Last First Sunday

by C.J. Lawrence


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The Last First Sunday by C.J. Lawrence
The Last First Sunday, C.J. Lawrence's debut novel has been called ‘a black Sex and the City’; mixing the romantic struggles of young, educated urban women in their early thirties with a powerful spiritual message. This work of fiction will appeal to most but especially those trying to find the real meaning that lies behind their less-than-perfect relationship. A page turner that brims with sass and wit, The Last First Sunday was inspired by Lawrence's own life as a fashion designer in New York City. For nearly a decade, Lawrence worked for design houses on Seventh Avenue before launching her own line of women's sportswear. So, when it comes to fashion and dating in the city that never sleeps, Lawrence knows exactly of what she speaks. She hopes TLFS demonstrates a larger spiritual message, delivered through the trials and tribulations of her character Cydney, to get the man she wants and the love that she deserves. Through Cydney's odyssey, readers will learn that they already have what they need to get what their heart truly wants. Join Cydney on her enlightening journey as she searches for love while getting caught up in a downward spiral that she can't control. You will laugh, fret and gasp for more while reading this captivating debut novel.
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