But Sarah's life is not as carefree as her father wants it to be . .because Sarah knows from the start that her step-mother is as two-faced as they come. If this raunchy and rambunctious book is any indication, Monroe's series has a lot of life left in it." --Publishers Weekly on God Ain't Through Yet "A fast-paced, sexy, tense story that will make readers think twice before getting tangled up in an affair." -- Booklist on God Ain't Blind "Readers are left on edge. With her beautiful teenage daughter, Loretta, by her side, she returns to Florida after Mama Rubys death and settles into a routine that any other woman would consider bland.And after losing all the family she's ever known, she wants a life that's richer than what Vera's got planned for her. Monroe's characters deal with their situations with a weary worldliness and fatalism that reveal their vulnerability as well as their flaws." --Booklist on Mama Ruby "Another witty and wise installment to her God series. But for Maureen and her older brother Virgil, who grew up with Mama Rubys hair-trigger temper and murderous ways, bland is good. Set on becoming rich and famous, she convinces Maureen to let her start a modeling career.They are very focused on having their own needs met, and they are quick to forget you.What do people always say when children's parents die?Steady and sensible, Rachel always believed the best about people. New York Times bestselling author Mary Monroe weaves a stunning portrait of a family immersed in deceit . the women whose happiness depends on the secrets they keep. Now living in the lap of luxury in San Francisco, her only job is to fawn over her much-older husband, so it's been easy for her to balance a life of shopping and affairs with younger men with a major secret: the sixteen-year bribery of one of her husband's mistresses to keep her pregnancy under wraps. Unfortunately for Vera, Sarah Cooper is the child Kenneth Lomax always wanted.Vera figures that a little hush money every month will ensure her husband's fortune is hers alone. When the father she never knew shows up at her mother's funeral to claim her, it's a fairy tale journey from the ghetto to a mansion on a hill. Monroe once again skillfully delivers a crafty story wrapped around a host of heartwarming characters battling everyday struggles and obstacles, even as she entertains readers with spurts of unexpected comedy and tragedy." --Library Journal on God Don't Play "A highly satisfying page-turner--and one that will stand out." --Publishers Weekly on God Don't Like Ugly After years of living under Mama Rubys commanding presence, Maureen Montgomery is finally taking charge of her own life.Now he's out to prove he can be the most successful Garrett-and Rachel Mc Neal fits the bill.She's pretty, hard-working, good in bed-and willing to finance his dreams.
In return for their love letters, the teens were rewarded with checks.This is all assuming he is a sociopath, which unless he has admitted to being a sociopath, he very well may not be.I've mentioned this before, but in love relationships, if sociopaths are truly committed/invested in the relationship (i.e.not just seducing, ruining, or gaming), they are very childlike.They love seflishly like a child, they can by petty like a child, they are emotionally superficial like a child, they are self-centered like a child.For Seth Garrett, there's no such thing as too rich or too beautiful.