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The Bishop's Daughter by Tiffany L. Warren

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Also by Tiffany L. Warren:

All the Things I Meant to Tell You, May 2021
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The Pastor's Husband, March 2016
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Don't Tell A Soul, February 2014
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In the Midst of it All, July 2013
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Don't Tell A Soul, February 2013
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In The Midst Of It All, March 2010
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Farther Than I Meant To Go, Longer Than I Meant To Stay, November 2009
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The Bishop's Daughter, January 2009
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What A Sista Should Do, June 2005
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The Bishop's Daughter
Tiffany L. Warren

Grand Central Publishing
January 2009
On Sale: January 9, 2009
Featuring: Darrin Bainbridge; Emoni Prentiss
304 pages
ISBN: 0446195146
EAN: 9780446195140
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Romance Contemporary | Multicultural Romance

Darrin Bainbridge is your typical playboy in need of love, but not yet ready. He is a freelance journalist trying to break his big story. After a visit from his mother, Darrin gets an idea. He has heard all kinds of stories about "Hollywood" ministers who hold their church services on television, live in nice houses, drive nice cars, and have lots of money and women. Darrin is disgusted by it all especially when his mother Priscilla starts shouting praises for Atlanta Bishop Kumal Prentiss. Darrin decides to go to Atlanta, become a member of the bishop's church, and expose him for the hustling fraud that he believes he is. He just never planned on falling in love with the Bishop's daughter.


Darrin suddenly finds himself torn between his new found friend and his possible big break.

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