God Don't Like Ugly

by Mary Monroe

National Bestseller

Mary Monroe brings to life the bond between two girls from opposite sides of the track – and the shattering event that changes their lives forever. In this coming-of-age story, Annette Goode is an overweight child with a bad case of low self-esteem. Fatherless, poor, and repeatedly raped by her mother's lodger, she suffers in silence until she makes a friend of Rhoda Nelson, who helps her speak up for herself.

Set on the streets, porches, and parlors of 1960’s and ‘70s Ohio, God Don't Like Ugly resonates with clear-eyed wit and uncompromising honesty. Readers will find it full of laughter, inspiration and pure enjoyment.