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Good Christian Bitches
Good Christian Bitches
Author: Kim Gatlin
The GCBs of Hillside Park Presbyterian are praying for Amanda Vaughn--or so they claim. Will their evil gossip destroy her reputation, or will she show them exactly how to turn the other cheek Amanda Vaughn needs some heaven-sent help. She?s divorced her cheating husband and fled, along with her two teenagers, back to her hometown, Hillside Park...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781401310707
ISBN-10: 1401310702
Publication Date: 1/17/2012
Pages: 304
Edition: Reprint
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2.9 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Hyperion
Book Type: Paperback
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Funny fluff. This book was an excellent light read. I went into this book expecting a disappointment from the reviews (on other sites) but was pleasently surprised. It's not to be taken seriously & there's nothing deep or developed about it, it's just enjoyable funny fluff ;-)
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Out of 291 pages only the last 40-50 pages were interesting. It is so hard to put a thumb on what the let down with this book was, it just was a let down. I was hoping for witty, smart and beautiful main character. I was expecting lulles like the ABC show GCB but the book is a very slow and boring build up to the final conclusion which is about the only good part of the book. The main character is so weak, she made jones for some backbone. Maybe this was a biography for the writer and shows that she is truly a Good Christian and not one of the Bitches. But I wanted a final blow up with the Bitches, the book looked like it was heading that way THEN (spoiler alert) the main character just happens to fall in with a true group of Good Christians and you never hear about the pretenders again. Yes, the main character ends up with the right guy but it was a huge jump for the main character from middle of fire storm to ending up in the arms of Mr. Right.


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