Mary Monroe lights up the New York Times bestseller 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. "Monroe is a master storyteller."-Philadelphia Inquirer
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by Mary Monroe
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