From New York Times bestselling author Mary Monroe comes a poignant and passionate new novel featuring lifelong friends Annette Goode Davis and Rhoda O'Tooleatwo women whose best intentions don't always yield the best results. This time around, Annette is devastated when one of her greatest fears comes true--and there may be nothing she can do about it. . . Even though her life has its ups and downs, Annette Goode Davis feels lucky to have a family who loves her and friends she can count on. Most of all, Annette is grateful that her husband Pee Wee took her back after he discovered she was having an affair. Now, she's determined to do whatever it takes to make her marriage work. The trouble is, while Pee Wee agreed to give Annette another chance, she's not sure his heart is really in it. Annette goes out of her way to keep Pee Wee as happy as pie, but it never seems to be enough. Rhoda is quick to point out that Annette got herself into this mess; now she has to be patient until Pee Wee forgives her. But time may be running out. Her suspicions are confirmed when Pee Wee moves out--and in with his new lady. Annette takes the news hard and so does her daughter Charlotte, who seems hell-bent on keeping her mother on edge by hanging out with a wild new crowd. Annette isn't going to let her family go without a fight. But she also knows she must prepare for the worst--because one lesson she's learned all too well is that when life kicks you in the teeth, you have to come out swinging. qMonroe is a masterful storyteller.q --Philadelphia InquirerAnd Ia#39;m not that old, so therea#39;s still a chance that I will find a man and get married. Ia#39;ve had fun ... aDid you know I went to Woodstock?a Now that was a shocking piece of information. aYou? No, I didna#39;t know.a She nodded. ... I stayed high on acid for the next five days.a She must ... aYoua#39;ve come a long way, a I said. aI had to .
|Title||:||God Ain't Through Yet|
|Publisher||:||Kensington Publishing Corp. - 2011-05-01|