Mary Monroe lights up the New York Times best-seller list with shimmering novels that show the all-too-human passions of her finely drawn characters. In God Ain’t Through Yet, Annette Goode Davis is thankful that her husband, Pee Wee, has decided to give her a second chance after discovering she’s having an affair. But post-betrayal Pee Wee seems a million miles away, and with true forgiveness the bitterest of pills, they may need a miracle to keep their marriage together.
©2010 Mary Monroe (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
“Monroe is a master storyteller.” (Philadelphia Inquirer)
I didn't read the print version but very much enjoyed the audio version.
I have listened to all of the books and thoroughly enjoyed her performance
The story was interesting and true to life. I wish it could continue.
The voice was perfect for the characters and the story overall especially the word "going". Loved the way the old folks stretched it out....very believable and wish it could have continued.
Yes because the narrator was believable and spoke clearly w/o being monotoned.
I am a reader of the series and enjoyed being re-introduced to the characters.
The confrontation between Annette, PeeWee and Lizzy.
I would listen to this book again because it was very entertaining. I got several good laughs.
When the showdown happened between the three people in the love triangle.
Patricia Floyd did a MUCH better job narrating this book than she did with the 3 previous books in this series.
It would be Scary Mary because she's the most off the wall character.
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