Lifelong friends Annette Goode Davis and Rhoda Nelson-O’Toole face some of their hardest life lessons yet in the sixth God novel. It’s filled with the spicy drama and heartwarming moments that have made readers fall in love with Mary Monroe’s bestselling series.
Annette is almost ready to reconcile with Pee Wee when Lizzie reappears on the scene, saying she’s carrying Pee Wee’s baby. Rhoda wishes she could be there for her best friend, but she’s got her own problems—her just-divorced daughter, Jade, has moved back home, bringing her hard-partying lifestyle and loose morals with her.
While Annette’s still trying to figure out whether to give Pee Wee the heave-ho, Roscoe and Ronald both try to take his place in her heart. Meanwhile, Annette’s half-sister, Lillimae, moves in—much to their mother’s outrage—and her daughter, Charlotte, is growing up way too fast. And the whole neighborhood flies into an uproar when Annette’s next door neighbor is arrested for running a child pornography ring!
Now, as family members, friends, lovers and enemies send Annette and Rhoda reeling from one crisis to another, the only thing that can hold their world together is their faith that God Don’t Make No Mistakes.
Hardcover Book : 384 pages
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp ( May 29, 2012 )
Item #: 13-576098
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.865inches
Product Weight: 14.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I am really gonna miss rhonda and annette I feel like they are apart of my family. The book was a great read and im sad to see it all come to and end.
this was a great last book for a great series. mary b morrison is an awesome writer and i loved the way she developed the lives of two best friends over several years.
I loved reading this series and I agree with all the others its hard to say good-bye and I couldn't put this book down. I can't wait until Mary writes another book!!!!
I loved this book. I couldn't put it down. Mary Monroe never disappoints. I love everything she writes.
Wow!!!! Where do I start this is def a good read. Mary Monroe does it again and for the final time in this series. The ending was def the highlight of the book for me.The details of each character was well thought out and put together to end in such a colorful and eventful way. I almost felt as if I was saying goodbye to family members.