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God Still Don't Like Ugly by Mary Monroe

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God Still Don't Like Ugly
Mary Monroe

Kensington
September 2003
On Sale: September 1, 2003
Featuring: Annette Goode
320 pages
ISBN: 1575669129
EAN: 9781575669120
Hardcover
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Multicultural | Contemporary

Growing up, Annette Goode thought all men were as low-down as the father who deserted her and her mother for another woman. And she saw little to prove otherwise. There was Mr. Boatwright, the boarder who abused her for years—until her best friend Rhoda murdered him. And what about the men she slept with to earn the money she needed to run away from her life? None of them was exactly the picture of chivalry. But now, after decades of soul searching—and mountains of heartache—Annette has reunited with the father she never really knew. She’s severed all ties with the dangerously unstable Rhoda. And finally her real life has started to take shape. Or so she thinks…

Things start to fall apart at—of all places—Annette’s own pre-wedding celebration, where a guest reveals that the beautiful bride-to-be once turned tricks for a living. When her fiancé pulls a disappearing act, Annette reunites with Pee Wee Davis—the man who has been her on-again, off-again sweetheart since childhood. It’s not a great life, but it’s a pretty good one.

Yet for years, Annette has been holding the secret of her ex-friend Rhoda’s murderous past deep in her heart. She knows it’s a burden that will torment her until she can put the past to rest. So when Rhoda suddenly walks back into her life, Annette must decide what she should believe—and what she can forgive—as she tries to salvage the one relationship that she just can’t seem to let go…

"Warm, energetic, and charming." --The Houston Post

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