Annette Davis hasn't felt love from her husband, Pee Wee, in a long time. To ignite the fire back into their bedroom, she transforms into a new woman by losing weight, getting a total makeover, and buying an extensive wardrobe, but Pee Wee doesn't seem to notice. Annette discovers he is spending his time elsewhere and comes to the conclusion he is having an affair.
Louis Baines moves to Richland, Ohio to aid his sickly uncle and work in his restaurant. After his uncle's death, he inherits the restaurant and strives to make it a successful catering business. When Annette meets the handsome young caterer, he yearns for her, and the love affair commences. Overwhelmed from all the attention and pleasure she's receiving from Louis, Annette swirls out of control, jeopardizing her marriage and job. But when she discovers her young lover has an ulterior motive, she's already in too deep and turns to her best friend, Rhoda O'Toole for support. Annette is determined to resolve the mess she has created, but when the truth is revealed, it may be too late for her marriage and her career.
GOD AIN'T BLIND is a gripping novel of trust, love and communication. The characters are the heart of the novel and also the closeness and prying eyes of a small town. Each character and scene is vividly described as if the novel is based on facts.
GOD AIN'T BLIND is the fourth installment in Monroe's God series. If you've never read any of Mary Monroe's books of the God series, I suggest reading the first book, God Don't Like Ugly to understand the full meaning of the relationships between Rhoda, Annette and Pee Wee.
Reviewed by Sharon Lewis
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