Title: I Liked You Better When I Didn't Like You
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
"I Liked You Better When I Didn't Like You" by Jhordynn and Cornelious Jordan
What was so wonderful about this novel was that it was very insightful and uplifting storyline that will keep your attention from start to finish. I liked how this author was able to bring out the struggle and trials of it all and give the readers such a uplifting read about 'real life.' After ones past can one be forgiven and get on the right straight and narrow? Be ready for a read of many twist and turns and then at the end you get a wonderful awareness of 'self acceptance and forgiveness.' "When I Liked the You Better When I Didn't" really fits this story and in the end will Desiree learn to forgive herself?
I love this author's poem: PUSH....that is located the end of her story and I would like to share a little of it....
...."When I see His face, I have conquered,
And I'll have overcome. Me and you, God-- As army of one.
I've been delivered, I've been saved, I've resisted, And I've fleed.
I've pushed the devil away. From dominating me.
I move and I fight, And I fight and shove,
And I shove and I thrust, And I thrust and push."
I thought this was a deep well written novel by this author. To truly understand it all you must pick up the read and see how well this deliverance really is to the reader.