“Good Christian Bastards” – a preview of the book

“Good Christian Bastards” – a preview of the book

The second book in the GCB series is called “Good Christian Bastards” and is about lust. Where “Good Christian Bitches” was about gossip, which is rooted in envy, “Bastards” examines another of the Seven Deadly Sins and we get to watch the unruly men of Hillside Park behave VERY badly this time.

The main character in “Bastards” is Avery Smith, Amanda’s younger sister who is beautiful, rebellious, and definitely has always been the black sheep of the family. She was conspicuously absent during Amanda’s troubles and has returned home to stir up some of her own!

She’s one of those women who has just an absolutely STUPID effect on men. Good, bad, married, single, successful, not so much- doesn’t matter, she has the same effect on them all. She crosses paths with some old ones, meets new ones, and trouble follows everywhere this angel goes!!!!


  1. Joyness Sparkles
    May 18, 2012

    This sounds very exciting! I loved the first book, loved the show and now this book looks like it will be a winner as well!

    May I suggest that if you actually have had any experience putting together a large charity gala like the Longhorn Ball in Book 1 that you think about doing a companion book (serious or funny) with tips on doing a gala like that in real life? Thank you!

  2. Mary Pendleton
    Jun 30, 2012

    I enjoyed the show sooo much. Please bring it back. If so many “do gooders” complained Please put it on a cable station. It was the funniest show on TV as I’m sure the book is. If you have a sense of humor you would laugh your head off like my husband and I did every Sunday night. This show was not trashy and disgraceful like so many of the shows on TV. IT WAS FUNNY!!!!!

    • Suz
      Sep 20, 2012

      I agree just the funniest thing with so much rubbish that you can’t laugh at this was a breath of fresh air

  3. Billie
    Aug 20, 2012

    When is the second book released? And is the story in book one exactly the same as the first tv season?
    I LOVE the show! It’s ridiculous that the second season got cancelled.

  4. Christopher Barnett
    Aug 24, 2012

    I’m a 21 year old male from a little town in south west VA I loved the show and the book. I have went to church all my life and it is amazing how accurate the book is on christian women. When will Good Christian Bastards be released and if there are any other additions.

  5. Concuden.com
    Oct 16, 2012

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  6. Daniela SN
    Oct 23, 2012

    Can I translate your books in italian language? ;)

  7. Britney
    Nov 14, 2012

    I grew up in church all my life and have never encountered women like the ones in the show, however, I absolutely enjoyed watching the show and I want it back on!!! I consider myself a strong Christian wife and all my friends are the same. I was not offended by the portrayal of Christian women because I know there are serious, non-hypocritical Christian women as myself. I thought the show was hilarious and very entertaining.

  8. Britney
    Nov 14, 2012

    One thing I’d like to add is that I don’t agree with the “B” word being in the same sentence as “Christian” for the title, as I don’t cuss and it’s totally inappropriate, but since it’s condensed and abbreviated, that helps! : ) “Good Christian Belles” is what I like to call it.

  9. Cat
    Sep 18, 2013

    When is the second book in this series comng out????? Tell us more about Sharon Peavy & Susie Caruth & Ann Anderson & Heather Sappington it looks like you cold have at least 4 more potential books!!!!!!! Looking forward to more books by this author!!

  10. danielle
    Oct 29, 2013

    i am not religious at all and i took a chance and found that i actually like this show it was hilarious!!! i hope they bring it back.

  11. Phyllis Gallagher
    Dec 29, 2013

    Now I guess to some people, by watching this I may have lost some of their respect. So why did I watch it? Well because it sums up our churches perfectly, better yet it showed exactly how other people see us, the church. It was hilarious, yet challenging to watch from that perspective. Now I’m sure that most of our churches aren’t filled with so much drama. But I am also sure we have people or couples that are represented in the show, or in the essence of the show, some so-called Christians that are sometimes less Christlike than those who will proudly say they are not christian.

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