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  • Author:
    Mary Monroe
  • ISBN:
    0758212186
  • ISBN13:
    978-0758212184
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  • Publisher:
    Dafina; Reprint edition (August 1, 2009)
  • Pages:
    314 pages
  • Subcategory:
    United States
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  • Rating:
    4.8
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Monroe keeps the suspense high, and readers will draw a bated breath with the turn of each page. -Booklist Dolores Reese spent her childhood in foster care, like Floyd Watson, a local boy who intrigues her from the moment they meet

Monroe keeps the suspense high, and readers will draw a bated breath with the turn of each page. -Booklist Dolores Reese spent her childhood in foster care, like Floyd Watson, a local boy who intrigues her from the moment they meet. When one bad decision sends an innocent Floyd to prison for life, Dolores promises to stick by him. But while Floyd's world stands still, Dolores meets a new man who promises her the kind of future she's always wanted-the kind she once imagined having with Floyd.

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She Had It Coming book. She had some issues with men don't you think? I have read several of Mary Monroe's books and have been entertained thus far. Her books have a sense of 'sameness' and I would like to see her veer off into another direction in some future books. Overall, this was a quick, This is Mary Monroe true to form, wacky characters, full of mess, drama, and shenanigans. How does she come up with half of this stuff?

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Mary Monroe is a New York Times bestselling African-American fiction author. Her first novel, The Upper Room, was published by St. Martin's Press in 1985.

Mary Monroe is a New York Times bestselling African-American fiction author. She is best known for her novel God Don't Like Ugly (originally published by Dafina Books in Fall 2000), and the series revolving around the characters first introduced in this book. Mary Monroe was born on December 12 and is the third of four children, born in Toxey, Alabama

She Had It Coming is a book that I recommend to new and old fans of Mary Monroe. Mary monroe does IT again. She had IT coming" had me coming and going!

She Had It Coming is a book that I recommend to new and old fans of Mary Monroe. They will not be disappointed at all. Jennifer Coissiere APOOO BookClub. I Really Liked This Book. Published by Thriftbooks. She had IT coming" had me coming and going! I Laughed so hard and then felt pain so true I had to walk away at times. Lo is a good person and somewhat of a "People-pleaser". In her attempt at pleasing everyone (including herself) she gets into a jam that is full of crazy twists and turns.

Deliver Me From Evil. Borrow Trouble (with Victor McGlothin). Based on the original screenplay by Roy Campanella II. God Still Don’t Like Ugly. Gonna Lay Down My Burdens. Kensington publishing corp. Chapter 1. Chapter 2.

Vowing to remain true to her imprisoned high-school sweetheart, Dolores Reese embarks on a promising career and eventually marries, a situation that causes her to consider a double life when her first love is unexpectedly exonerated. By the author of Deliver Me From Evil. Reprint.

Villo
Here is a book that grabs a hold on you and will not let go until you finish reading it. Furthermore, it will make you want to read other books by Mary Monroe. Ms Monroe has a way of telling her stories that make them all real to you. At some point, you actually replace the characters with people that you actually know - that's how amazing her story telling is. The phrases she use are so catching and make you laugh throughout the entire book. Sometimes you have to stop reading from laughing so hard. The story is very easy to follow; the scenery become very familiar or inviting, and you just want to know what happens next. Quite a page turner
Tiv
This novel is light reading. If you’re looking for a book with an engrossing story line and a provocative twist, this isn’t the one for you. I always try to finish a book even if it’s rather tedious and I fought to do so with this book. I stopped fighting ½ way through and ended up just reading the last two chapters. The last two chapters left me no sense of resolution for the story line and the characters (even though I had read half the book and had a pretty good grip on both). The ending was also pretty much what I expected, so there were no surprises there either. Looking forward to the her next work but “She Had It Coming” and “Family of Lies” definitely fall short of what we traditionally expect of Ms. Monroe.
Helldor
The lives of the characters left you wanting to read more. When you thought it was the end , it was not. I don't which character had it coming first,the one that committed the first crime or the one who committed the second one.

The love shown for all the people involved ran deep. The friendships lasted for an extended time until one felt betrayed. Usually women can't keep secrets but these women could. and covered for each other well.

This is a must read to learn the secrets.
Jark
I kept interested in this book until the ending. Monroe wrote separate chapters for each character, and the switch back and forth made the book more intriguing. It also sounded honest, not glorifying the characters. That didn't hold true at the ending when Monroe switched to fairy tale mode of happily ever after. I'll probably buy another Mary Monroe book, but I'm not in any particular hurry.
Gabar
MARY MONROE DOES IT AGAIN. "SHE HAD IT COMING" HAD ME COMING AND GOING! I LAUGHED SO HARD AND THEN FELT PAIN SO TRUE I HAD TO WALK AWAY AT TIMES. LO IS A GOOD PERSON AND SOMEWHAT OF A "PEOPLE-PLEASER". IN HER ATTEMPT AT PLEASING EVERYONE (INCLUDING HERSELF) SHE GETS INTO A JAM THAT IS FULL OF CRAZY TWISTS AND TURNS. THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE TRUE MARY MONROE FANS KNOW WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT.

I ADVISE...NO, I DEMAND...EVERYONE TO RUN OUT AND PURCHASE THIS BOOK. YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED.

BARBARA GROVNER
AUTHOR OF "EVEN NUMBERS"
AND "WE BELONG TOGETHER"
Jode
I've read every single book of hers so far except the two pending publication for April 30 and May.
Her books are awesome, they catch your attention so much that you don't want to stop reading to find out what will happen next.
The only slight downfall is the excessive use of profanity, a bit too much at times!
But generally the best author yet :-)
Keep them coming Mary, love it!
Xurad
The author wrote an interesting story about how Delores coped with loss and broken relationships. She sabotaged important close relationships out of emotional bankruptcy rooted in her past. I was on the edge of my seat in anticipation of how the story would end. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I highly recommend it if you like reading suspenseful stories.
Not a bad read by Mary Monroe, but it started off a little slow. The story line was good, but the ending could have been better. I'm thinking, book 2 will be coming soon!!! I can't believe Floyd just went cold turkey on LoReese... And Valerie is another story. Mary, don't leave us hanging... There has to be another book!