Book Reviews of Ain't No River

Ain't No River
Ain't No River
Author: Sharon Ewell Foster
ISBN-13: 9781576736289
ISBN-10: 1576736288
Publication Date: 1/4/2001
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Multnomah
Book Type: Paperback
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Garvin is a sassy bright self-absorbed lawyer with her eyes on a partnership . There is just one problem, Meemaw, her seventy-something grandma.She suddly slimed dodwn silver haired fox with a new attitude.
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Very good book. Excellent writer.
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Garvin Daniels is a sassy, bright, self-absorbed D.C. Lawyer with her eyes on a partnership. There's just one problem - Meemaw, her seventy-something grandmother!

Meemaw has been transformed. She's suddenly a slimmed-down, silver-haired fox with a new attitude. And all fingers are pointing at a much younger retired pro football player. GoGo Walker, who cruises into Meemaw's small rural town with a red sports car and a reputation for womanizing. Eyes are watching and gossip is flying - especially at Big Esther's Beauty Shop.

When Garvin discovers her grandmother's radical emancipation - the man who's leading the charge - she hits the road for her North Carolina home, determined to help Meemaw get it together before she goes too far....
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This is an excellent Christian novel about how a wonderful grandmother changes the life of her grown granddaughter who has corrupted her values.
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THIS BOOK IS A WAKE UP CALL TO THE YOUNG AND OLD TO BE THE SALT OF THE EARTH
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Garvin Daniels' 77 year old grandmother, Meemaw, has been tranformed! She's suddenly a slimmed down, sliver-haired fox with attitude. All fingers are pointing to a much younger retired pro-football player, who has moved into Meemaw's small rural town. Eyes are watching and gossip is flying-especially at Big Esther's Beauty Shop.

When Garvin hears what Meemaw's up to, she hits the road to N. Carolina home, determined to help Meemaw get it together before she goes too far.