Friday, February 18, 2011

Review: 21 Days with the Mistress of King Midas

From PRLog:
Love and Bliss will find it's way into your heart and soul as you follow along the path of ancient wisdom and lighthearted fun, leaping for joy for the Mistress, who comes to the rescue of a fallen King. In the latest book by Dr. Marcia Ann Mims Coppertino, "21 Days with the Mistress of King Midas" weaves the story of how a common prostitute shares her modest abode and heart with a stranger whom she recognizes as great, but who has lost his way and his kingdom, and how she transforms him for his return to victory, strength and valor in the 21 days alloted her.

Working with a vivid imagination and the love for "women of mystery" Dr. Coppertino states that she wanted to bring due justice to the personality of women who are unsung heroines, and to showcase the fact that people from all walks of life can be used to come to the aid of another, with kindness and helpfulness. The Mistress character, according to Dr. Coppertino, sought a way to re-develop and re-tool a man who came from a different walk and status in life, but who in fact shared three common traits all possess: A need for caring and sharing, shelter from the storms of life and help to attain triumph over seeming unsurmountable odds! Dr. Coppertino says "no one is immune from the trials and pitfalls in life" and that biblically speaking, two are better than one, in all cases and under all circumstances.

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