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In the sparkling conclusion to Mary Monroe's bestselling God series, two forever friends face their biggest betrayals yet and learn the hard way that putting your trust in the wrong hands can change your life forever… These days, Annette Goode Davis has a pretty full plate--literally and figuratively. Although she's trying to reconcile with her husband, Pee Wee, she's sti In the sparkling conclusion to Mary Monroe's bestselling God series, two forever friends face their biggest betrayals yet and learn the hard way that putting your trust in the wrong hands can change your life forever… These days, Annette Goode Davis has a pretty full plate--literally and figuratively. Although she's trying to reconcile with her husband, Pee Wee, she's still seeing other men on the side. A woman's got to cover her bases, right? With her love life hopping, Annette should be as pleased as punch. Instead, the stress has her eating everything in sight and packing on the pounds along the way. Meanwhile, Annette's best friend, Rhoda O'Toole, has her hands full--as usual--dealing with her wild child daughter. Jade has always been a cross to bear, but when her antics almost cost Rhoda her man, Rhoda throws Jade out on the street. But Jade soon finds a way to make Rhoda regret her choice…. Privately, Annette thanks her lucky stars that her daughter, Charlotte, has her head on straight. And she's been doubly blessed to have a strait-laced neighbor look after Charlotte when she's caught up in Pee Wee and Rhoda's many problems. But when Annette's world is rocked by a terrible revelation, she'll discover that appearances can be very, very deceiving--and she'll have to summon every ounce of strength she has to protect the ones she loves.


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In the sparkling conclusion to Mary Monroe's bestselling God series, two forever friends face their biggest betrayals yet and learn the hard way that putting your trust in the wrong hands can change your life forever… These days, Annette Goode Davis has a pretty full plate--literally and figuratively. Although she's trying to reconcile with her husband, Pee Wee, she's sti In the sparkling conclusion to Mary Monroe's bestselling God series, two forever friends face their biggest betrayals yet and learn the hard way that putting your trust in the wrong hands can change your life forever… These days, Annette Goode Davis has a pretty full plate--literally and figuratively. Although she's trying to reconcile with her husband, Pee Wee, she's still seeing other men on the side. A woman's got to cover her bases, right? With her love life hopping, Annette should be as pleased as punch. Instead, the stress has her eating everything in sight and packing on the pounds along the way. Meanwhile, Annette's best friend, Rhoda O'Toole, has her hands full--as usual--dealing with her wild child daughter. Jade has always been a cross to bear, but when her antics almost cost Rhoda her man, Rhoda throws Jade out on the street. But Jade soon finds a way to make Rhoda regret her choice…. Privately, Annette thanks her lucky stars that her daughter, Charlotte, has her head on straight. And she's been doubly blessed to have a strait-laced neighbor look after Charlotte when she's caught up in Pee Wee and Rhoda's many problems. But when Annette's world is rocked by a terrible revelation, she'll discover that appearances can be very, very deceiving--and she'll have to summon every ounce of strength she has to protect the ones she loves.

30 review for God Don't Make No Mistakes

  1. 4 out of 5

    Latiffany

    While reading this book, I thought to myself that I am only continuing with this series out of obligation. I've been reading the "God..." series since the first book. I recall the first book being well-written and I felt for the characters. Over time, however, the plots became more ridiculous and this book was no exception. While I realize that no one is perfect, Annette changed so much by the final book that I hardly recognized or respected her character. I found her to be quite silly. Consider While reading this book, I thought to myself that I am only continuing with this series out of obligation. I've been reading the "God..." series since the first book. I recall the first book being well-written and I felt for the characters. Over time, however, the plots became more ridiculous and this book was no exception. While I realize that no one is perfect, Annette changed so much by the final book that I hardly recognized or respected her character. I found her to be quite silly. Considering everything that she went through with Boatwright, I find it hard to believe that she looked over her daughter's concerns reagrding their neighbor. Jade's character was always so unbelievable to me, that I never could conjure up any feeling about her or Rhoda's story line. Even feeling the way that I do, I was sad that this is the final book in the series. It actually seems like Monroe wrote the book and then decided at the end that she was done with these characters and slapped on a epilogue to end it all. Writing is difficult, but I would have loved to see these characters receive a better send off. Anyway, farewell.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kimi

    I read without the apiary knowledge that this was a six part 'God' series. Once I picked it up, it had me intrigued from the start so much I started researching the author. I wanted to know more about her as a person and I'm looking to one day go to a book signing to see her in person. This is when I believe I learned that this series is part biographical-some portions from her personal journeys in life. I enjoy her old school flair that pops up in the books, the quick tongue lashings and sayings I read without the apiary knowledge that this was a six part 'God' series. Once I picked it up, it had me intrigued from the start so much I started researching the author. I wanted to know more about her as a person and I'm looking to one day go to a book signing to see her in person. This is when I believe I learned that this series is part biographical-some portions from her personal journeys in life. I enjoy her old school flair that pops up in the books, the quick tongue lashings and sayings that slide across a characters tongue are funny and enlightens the sad portions of the book you take in.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dionna Johnson

    Not as good as the other books in the series. Has its moments where it's good but then it also can be boring and drag. Not as good as the other books in the series. Has its moments where it's good but then it also can be boring and drag.

  4. 5 out of 5

    LeKeisha

    I'm sorry to see the end of this series. I have really enjoyed getting to know Annette and Rhoda; PeeWee and Otis. This final chapter is just as shocking as the rest of the series and we delve inside Annette's mixed up life from page one. Although I do have to say that some of Annette's decision are annoying. I found myself wanting to grab the chick and shake her. I mean, when your child tells you that someone's not making her comfortable, you figure out what's up with that person. There are too I'm sorry to see the end of this series. I have really enjoyed getting to know Annette and Rhoda; PeeWee and Otis. This final chapter is just as shocking as the rest of the series and we delve inside Annette's mixed up life from page one. Although I do have to say that some of Annette's decision are annoying. I found myself wanting to grab the chick and shake her. I mean, when your child tells you that someone's not making her comfortable, you figure out what's up with that person. There are too many people taking advantage of babies these days. All in all, Ms. Monroe wrapped the story up with a nice little bow. I have to say that I am happy with her conclusion.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dorel

    This 6th book's story line was really good. I was really happy when Jade got what she deserved. I was very happy & my heart broke for Rhoda. Annette got on my nerves as usual, she pays too much attention to other people business & not her own. I really liked the ending. This 6th book's story line was really good. I was really happy when Jade got what she deserved. I was very happy & my heart broke for Rhoda. Annette got on my nerves as usual, she pays too much attention to other people business & not her own. I really liked the ending.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Goodread

    I loved this series, She has done it once again.NOW WHAT WILL SHE UNCOVER

  7. 4 out of 5

    Monica

    This is one of my fav series. I am said to see it end, but like all good things must come to an end.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tynece

    I loved it!! can't believe its over..... I loved it!! can't believe its over.....

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sasha

    It was a great ending to this series! Love Mary Monroe.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mschell

    What another great read in this series of Annette and Rhoda, throughout all of these books they go through somethings but in the end they are true loyal friends.

  11. 4 out of 5

    reneeNaDaBomb

    Roda and Annette are truly funny women dealing with the woes of relationships and motherhood.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Flashette

    God Don’t Make Mistakes is the final installment in the “God don’t” series by Mary Monroe. The series follows the lifes and adventures of two childhood friends: Annette and Rhoda. These ladies have survived it all from molestation to breast cancer, from prostitution to the death of a child. They make it through these challenges because of their unshakeable friendship. This bond is again tested as the ladies find themselves at odds about the best interest of their daughters. Annette’s daughter Ch God Don’t Make Mistakes is the final installment in the “God don’t” series by Mary Monroe. The series follows the lifes and adventures of two childhood friends: Annette and Rhoda. These ladies have survived it all from molestation to breast cancer, from prostitution to the death of a child. They make it through these challenges because of their unshakeable friendship. This bond is again tested as the ladies find themselves at odds about the best interest of their daughters. Annette’s daughter Charlotte, once again finds herself involved with the wrong crowd. When she tries to tell her mother about what is going on, Charlotte mistakes her attitude for moodiness. Will Charlotte be able to get through to her mother before things take a dangerous turn? Then there’s Jade, Rhoda’s rebellious daughter. Jade does everything in her power to bring her mother pain and sorrow. Through it all, Rhoda still loves her. So, she hatches a plan to get her daughter on the right path once and for all. In addition to our two stars, Monroe brings back the rest of the quirky family members. These characters provide just enough comic relief to keep the storyline moving. I have read every novel in the “God don’t” series and I must say that this novel is my least favorite. This is probably because I have grown tired of the group and am no longer interested in their life stories like I did in the past. However, I still found the story to be entertaining with quite a few LOL moments. I will truly miss these characters, especially Scary-Mary. I like the fact that Monroe gives true closure to the story and its characters. The reader definitely will not be wondering about what happens to the main characters later in life. For an author to truly end a series, this closure is necessary. So, while I bid farewell to Annette, Rhoda and the gang, I look forward to Monroe writing more books with characters that I will grow to love and be entertained with for many years (and series) to come.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Romancing the Book

    Reviewed by: Amie Lou Book provided by: Publisher Review originally posted at Romancing the Book When I cracked open this book, I expected an inspirational story of strife and longing, a change of heart. A book that when I put it down I would say to myself, ‘How incredible.’ And I would walk around for days thinking and mulling over the profound instances that happened between those pages. Instead, I got a story about people I couldn’t identify with and sparks of inspiration buried deep within the Reviewed by: Amie Lou Book provided by: Publisher Review originally posted at Romancing the Book When I cracked open this book, I expected an inspirational story of strife and longing, a change of heart. A book that when I put it down I would say to myself, ‘How incredible.’ And I would walk around for days thinking and mulling over the profound instances that happened between those pages. Instead, I got a story about people I couldn’t identify with and sparks of inspiration buried deep within the crazy lives of Annette and Rhoda. I’ve known women like Rhoda and Annette. Women who fly off the handle and do things like have cat-fights with their daughters on the front porch in broad daylight. Have affairs behind their husbands’ backs–and with his best friend–and somehow convince themselves that it’s perfectly okay. Not necessarily women I would want to be friends with. Annette is currently separated from her husband, but still seeing him on the side along with two other men. She has a daughter Charlotte (12) who has an intense but undisclosed problem with the new neighbor. Annette’s best friend, Rhoda has a tub full of troubles of her own with her grown daughter. But when Annette finds out that husband Pee Wee’s new girl is pregnant, a scramble for the truth begins. Is the baby Pee Wee’s or another man’s? I considered Annette too caught up in her own life (and that of her best friend) to pay enough attention to her daughter. Only when Charlotte runs away does anyone listen to her complaints about the neighbor. Neglectful parenting sets my teeth on edge. Though well-written, I had trouble relating to characters in God Don’t Make No Mistakes. Their actions, reasoning, and behaviors were not commendable. Maybe because I’ve had some experience with the CBA and expected a book pegged as inspirational to be… well, inspirational. To contain upstanding characters with flaws but not quite so rough around the edges. That is not to say that this book would not have appeal to other readers. But unfortunately it was not my cup of tea.

  14. 5 out of 5

    J

    (FROM JACKET)Theses days, Annette Goode Davis has a pretty full plate-literally and figuratively. Although she's trying to reconcile with her husband, Pee Wee, she's still seeing other men on the side. A woman's got to cover her bases, right? With her love life hopping, Annette should be as pleased as punch. Instead, the stress has her eating everything in sight and packing on the pounds along the way. Meanwhile, Annette's best friend, Rhoda O'Toole, has her hands full-as usual-dealing with her (FROM JACKET)Theses days, Annette Goode Davis has a pretty full plate-literally and figuratively. Although she's trying to reconcile with her husband, Pee Wee, she's still seeing other men on the side. A woman's got to cover her bases, right? With her love life hopping, Annette should be as pleased as punch. Instead, the stress has her eating everything in sight and packing on the pounds along the way. Meanwhile, Annette's best friend, Rhoda O'Toole, has her hands full-as usual-dealing with her wild child daughter. Jade has always been a cross to bear, but when her antics almost cost Rhoda her man, Rhoda throws Jade out on the street. But Jade soon finds a way to make Rhoda regret her choice.... Privately, Annette thanks her lucky stars that her daughter, Charlotte, has her head on straight. And she's doubly blessed to have a strait-laced neighbor look after Charlotte when she's caught up in Pee Wee and Rhoda's many problems. But when Annette's world is rocked by a terrible revelation, she'll discover that appearances can be very, very deceiving-and she'll have to summon every ounce of strength she has to protect the ones she loves.

  15. 5 out of 5

    T M

    (SPOILERS INSIDE) The first book in the series was definitely the best. I started losing interest in the story lines around book #3 or #4, but kept reading out of loyalty and curiosity. This was apparently the last book and the saga has ended, which makes me sad. I'm really sad to read how Jade finally turned out. She got worse and worse with every book and was just completely out of control, and a tad unbelievable in this last book. At any rate, the rest of the story was very good with good less (SPOILERS INSIDE) The first book in the series was definitely the best. I started losing interest in the story lines around book #3 or #4, but kept reading out of loyalty and curiosity. This was apparently the last book and the saga has ended, which makes me sad. I'm really sad to read how Jade finally turned out. She got worse and worse with every book and was just completely out of control, and a tad unbelievable in this last book. At any rate, the rest of the story was very good with good lessons hidden in there as well - i.e. women can be child abusers, pay attention to your children and just because your neighbor seems nice doesn't mean she is! I've enjoyed reading about Annette, Pee Wee and Rhoda over the years. Thank you, Mary Monroe for the stories! :-)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shyla

    Not impressed...at all and I used to love this series. I listened to the audiobook this time. I didn't like the reader, some of the language didn't make much sense. My biggest issue was that the story just didn't seem authentic. I've read the other books years and years ago and somehow missed this one. I should have left it that way. The most irritating thing is how much the author chooses to compare EVERYTHING. Here is there is fine and often serves a novel well. But this book is over loaded wi Not impressed...at all and I used to love this series. I listened to the audiobook this time. I didn't like the reader, some of the language didn't make much sense. My biggest issue was that the story just didn't seem authentic. I've read the other books years and years ago and somehow missed this one. I should have left it that way. The most irritating thing is how much the author chooses to compare EVERYTHING. Here is there is fine and often serves a novel well. But this book is over loaded with comparisons and almosts that distract from the subject at hand. I forced myself to finish it and was left feeling unfulfilled. I do not recommend this one.

  17. 5 out of 5

    All I Can Be Is Me

    Okay, i did like the book enough to finish reading it, though toward the end i had to skip some parts because i feel like it dragged out longer than it needed to. I love Annette but at times I became irritated with her denseness as far as things that would happen throughout the story (don't wanna leak any spoilers...). What would she do w/o Rhoda, Lillimae and her Muh'dear there to have her back and give her tough love?? overall, it was a decent book, but in my opinion not the best book in her " Okay, i did like the book enough to finish reading it, though toward the end i had to skip some parts because i feel like it dragged out longer than it needed to. I love Annette but at times I became irritated with her denseness as far as things that would happen throughout the story (don't wanna leak any spoilers...). What would she do w/o Rhoda, Lillimae and her Muh'dear there to have her back and give her tough love?? overall, it was a decent book, but in my opinion not the best book in her "God Don't Like" series. You will enjoy this book if you are a fan of Mary Monroe and her series, if not, you might be left kind of lost... lol

  18. 4 out of 5

    Joyce E.

    I loved this book. Everything is not what it seems. Henrietta seemed like an ideal parent. She was active in her church, while taking care of children. Who would suspect she was a deviate. Annette did not pick up the clues her daughter was giving her. Her daughter said she was Henriette was crazy and she did not like her. She did not want to be around her. Even Henrietta’s children did not like her we do not give our children credit. Parents think they always know best. Her daughter exposed Henr I loved this book. Everything is not what it seems. Henrietta seemed like an ideal parent. She was active in her church, while taking care of children. Who would suspect she was a deviate. Annette did not pick up the clues her daughter was giving her. Her daughter said she was Henriette was crazy and she did not like her. She did not want to be around her. Even Henrietta’s children did not like her we do not give our children credit. Parents think they always know best. Her daughter exposed Henrietta, but not before she ran away from home. The book kept my interest. The characters were well developed.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    I would have to agree with the other reviews I've read about this book. Although I love Mary Monroe's writing, I feel that since this was the last of the series it should have held a little more punch. What it tells me is Ms. Monroe was running out of ideas for these characters and pretty much wanted to get something written to close out the series. Although not one of my favoites by this author I still enjoyed it. I would have to agree with the other reviews I've read about this book. Although I love Mary Monroe's writing, I feel that since this was the last of the series it should have held a little more punch. What it tells me is Ms. Monroe was running out of ideas for these characters and pretty much wanted to get something written to close out the series. Although not one of my favoites by this author I still enjoyed it.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Fungai

    The final God series...what can I say? I'm glad that the series has come to an end - in that I have read all 6 books but to be honest I was quite disappointed in the storyline, which felt rushed and empty. There were times that I was rolling my eyes and thinking ''how stupid can you be Annette?'; this was because having travelled through the 'years' with Annette I just couldn't believe how stupid she was being - considering her past. The final God series...what can I say? I'm glad that the series has come to an end - in that I have read all 6 books but to be honest I was quite disappointed in the storyline, which felt rushed and empty. There were times that I was rolling my eyes and thinking ''how stupid can you be Annette?'; this was because having travelled through the 'years' with Annette I just couldn't believe how stupid she was being - considering her past.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lamarr

    I really enjoyed this book, even though I only read but one more in the series. The characters were authentic and transparent. This makes me want to go back and trace the personal lineage of each character and how they developed. Although I'm tracing backwards, I look forward to reading the other books in the series. Again, easy, yet emotionally authentic novel. I really enjoyed this book, even though I only read but one more in the series. The characters were authentic and transparent. This makes me want to go back and trace the personal lineage of each character and how they developed. Although I'm tracing backwards, I look forward to reading the other books in the series. Again, easy, yet emotionally authentic novel.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Collins

    Ahhhhhhh!! Mary Monroe knows how to tug my heart strings!!! I’m so sad that this is the last book in the “God don’t like ugly” series! The characters are so relatable and you’re immediately sucked into the book from the beginning to the end!! I laughed out loud so much while reading this book and there were parts where I wanted to cry! Everyone should read this series by Mary Monroe

  23. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    I did enjoy this book. I was disappointed in the characters as well as how it ended. It is sad to see that the series is over but maybe Monroe will start some new characters for another series. Great author.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tasha king

    Great series I truly truly enjoyed this series. I can admit I am not a reader but once I was introduced to the first book “God don’t like ugly “ I was hooked. I found myself unable to but the book down so be able to sleep. I was always wondering what was going to happen next.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Alicia

    Looking forward to finishing this series.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cierra

    This book was great just like all rest it just tells you never take anyone for granted because god really dont make mistakes when it comes to happiness.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine

    I love Mary Monroe, but I am glad that this is the last book of her series.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Karla

    A nice ending to the series

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ebony

    It started off a little slow but ended up being pretty good. Im glad i borrowed it from one if my nook friends instead of purchasing it myself. Not worth buying it in my opinion.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Val

    I enjoyed it it was a good read and a good end to the series

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