In Theodore Esquire: The Trial by T.K. Ware, lawyer Theodore Esquire Walker wants nothing more than to make his mentor and first-rate lawyer, Charles Esquire Everson, proud. Everson has gained a reputation for being undefeatable and resolute in battling crimes of injustice. When Deacon Jerrick Bradley is arrested for murder, he swears his innocence. Theodore’s investigations reveal ties to a previous murder case involving a pastor from the same church and a corrupt law firm determined to stop anyone who gets in their way. Even though Theodore’s life is at risk, he is resolved to win the case and bring the true criminals to justice. Theodore is unaware that a detective just released from prison is also seeking revenge. Will Theodore survive long enough to enter the courtroom?
Theodore Esquire: The Trial by T.K. Ware is a fast-paced, action-filled novel that will draw you into the world of the characters from the outset. Although I managed to grasp the backstory of the characters, I would suggest you read the previous novels in this series to gain the maximum scope of the characters and plot. The tension was continuous as the plot began to unravel piece by piece. The story also examines the morals and values of the characters and how far they are willing to go for their own benefit and the lines they are unwilling to cross. The characters are compelling and fascinated me as much as the plot. The story kept me engaged from start to finish and the twists and turns, along with the conflicts, couldn’t have been better placed. I am definitely going to read the previous novels in this series.
In this follow-up to The Pastor’s Daughter, Ebony, the main character, provided the necessary background information concerning the relationship between she & Minister Franco. While it started off innocently, I do believe Franco had an underlying plan the entire time. From his initial approach with stories of his altercation with David, to his wife & their “dying relationship”, Ebony became the perfect target to discuss his unhappiness. Throughout the story, I could see the quicksand path in which Ebony was taking. While she was an adult and was no way forced, her caring & unsuspecting nature was to her disadvantage. Her family situation at the time seemed to make her more vulnerable & easier to influence. I felt this story was realistic & relatable in discussing various situations that could take place in church settings. This part was well written & easy to follow. I would like to thank T.K. Ware for my gifted copy of such an enlightening story.
A very transparent account of Ebony’s plight of how she got entangled with a married minister at her Father’s church. The path of how she allowed the desires of her flesh to sanction her to a life filled with misery and depressing thoughts. She clearly knew the ways of the Lord but the door was opened and the enemy crept in and the temptation became too much. I love this author’s work. He tackles realistic issues affecting the Body of Christ head on with the Scriptures. This was a real eye opener!
I stand in humility and reverence to the Lord Jesus. I had no idea this fictional story I wrote would be so timely and inspiring. A few years ago I was in my bedroom when a vision came before me. I continued to write until the vision left. I could literally hear a female’s voice, which happens to be the protagonist, crying in repentance. I made up fictional names and create a fictional word. I had no idea my story was in fact a reality. Some of my scenes are the reality for a few people. I found this out when multiple messages flooded my inbox.
Here is the book blurb: An ill-advised relationship with a married man in the church sent Ebony down a path of regret, which led to an unplanned pregnancy. When the pressure of being the pastor’s daughter and carrying a married man’s child weighs upon her, emotions flare. Shortly afterwards, she threatens to publicize the entire affair, deciding to bear the consequences of the matter. After an untimely event, and unprecedented conviction, Ebony is forced to confess as she battles with thoughts of betrayal to God, the church, and herself.
***I received countless messages from people who actually thought I spoke to someone about their current situation. Others have received closure for a dark moment in their life. I’m simply thankful to be used by the Lord to minister by the gateway of literature.***
This novel came by surprise. When I finished writing Trial of INJUSTICE( I think you should read it also) I assumed no other legal thriller was coming. Readers loved Charles ESQUIRE Everson pursuit of truth in the novel and asked for a spin off. Within a few months, the ESQUIRE series formed within my mind.