New York Times best-selling author Mary Monroe’s God Don’t Like Ugly hit audiences like a thunderbolt, appealing to multiple generations of readers. God Don’t Make No Mistakes concludes the saga begun in that groundbreaking novel. Here, Annette Goode Davis is attempting to reconcile with her estranged husband. However, her appetite for food - and other men - has her world spiraling dangerously out of control.
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Mary Monroe did an awesome job with this series. I have listened to books 1 thru 6 and I am in love with each and everyone. Such beautiful and touching stories from the very beginning to end. If you're looking for a great book look no further this is it
This is my first listen since I am a new member. I didn't think I would like listening to books rather than reading myself, When you get older, your eyes get tired quicker so having someone else read for me is wonderful.
The most memorable moment for me was when Jade got what she deserved for treating her mother so badly.
Scary Mary is absolutely fab.
I again say Scary Mary. I could learn a lot from her about life.
The reader was great as well. She really used some interesting voices to get the story to feel as though I was in the story myself.
I have already recommended this book to my group of friends who have been a fan of Mary Monroe's God Don't Like Ugly series.
I don't have one in particular, I love them all. I especially love to hate JADE aka Demon Seed!!!
I have plenty, but I like when one of Annette's men continues to request her to do domestic duties for him! That was too funny.
I can't pick one I would have to take Rhoda and Annette both!!
I like Annette. Her viewpoint is relatable.
Ms. Floyd brings optimism, humor, and emotion to the book.
I think Ms. Floyd has done a wonderful job reading this author's books. Teaming them together makes me want to purchase books by this author with anticipation!
MBM – Is an excellent author, I feel like I know these characters (and that they are – characters). The personalities and actions that you come to expect, do some Unexpected stuff – both good and bad. Sometimes I felt like I was watching a horror movie and screaming at the screen. It was very eventful and well played out. I purchased this book with the knowledge that I was going to love it as I have loved the entire series. I had no clue this was the last of the series, but I am not certain what else can be drawn form these characters, although I’m sure MBM could come up with mucho. I great read/listen and the aerator/performed this WELL! My take away from this book, is be OPEN about your children and listen to them and also LIVE in the MOMent! Enjoy the journey because the destination is not promised. !!
I enjoyed this book a great deal. Annette was very relatable. I tried years ago to read this book and couldn't but listening to Floyd made it easy.
It is a good book...but I can tell that the author is ready to end the series...seemed a lil rushed.
I think the most memorable moment was when Jade cussed her mom.
When Scary Mary said she pissed on Boatwrights grave
I think the title will be the perfect tagline
Yes...I love Mary Monroe's God Dont...Series. I think the end was to abrupt and rushed. The end wasnt the cou de gras that I was anticipating. I am a little disappointed. The series was so edgy and it ended so blah. I waited for this book for a long time and the end kinda sucked. I know we never wanted the series to end but that was a dry end. I feel like Ralphie on A Christmas Story...when he was decoding the msg on his decoder pin and it was just a crummy commercial ad..Annette and Rhoda had atleast on more story to tell us.
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