GOD AIN'T THROUGH YET
Annette and her bad-advice-giving BFF Rhoda are back with more drama. Monroe writes with sass and brashness, but the many red herrings distract the reader too much from the real story.
Annette Goode Davis almost lost her husband, Pee Wee, when she had an affair with young Louis Baines. He stayed and wanted to work things out for the sake of their daughter, Charlotte. But when he changes his mind all hope seems to be lost. Should she turn to Rhoda for advice? Or to her old flame, Jacob? (DAFINA, Jun., 304 pp., $24.00)
Dee Y. Stewart