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Contemporary
Ain't No Valley
By Sherri Myers
Aug 1, 2005 - 6:08:00 PM

Mary and Moor are getting married! Friends and friends of friends are getting together to help plan the wedding to be held in California. Splitting up the work has to be for the best, but can they all come together to organize a nice wedding for their friends in time? Can the elderly grandmother get all the beads sewn on the dress before the big day, and will the cake survive the cross-country trip in one piece? With bridesmaids like the ones Mary has chosen, insisting on their own ideas of what should be done and not what Mary wants, it's a recipe for disaster. Mary and Moor aren't asking for much, just a nice wedding with their friends in attendance. What they get may not be what they are expecting!


In another plot of AIN'T NO VALLEY, Anthony has lost his job as a banking executive in California. At the same time, in Baltimore where Mary and Moor are from, Naomi has also lost her job as a dentist when she decides to go to California to be on the Wheel of Fortune game show. Both will come to understand God has plans for their lives, and making money isn't the only important thing in life. Can these two find a purpose for their lives, and possibly even love, on their journey?

Sharon Ewell Foster brings us her third story in the "Ain't No" series of books, AIN'T NO VALLEY. Just as the song says, in this series of books we find there AIN'T NO RIVER, AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN, and there AIN'T NO VALLEY that can keep love from finding its target. I recommend purchasing the whole series and reading them in order to get the most enjoyment out of the books. The books have a rather large cast of characters, but each one is necessary to the story and you soon figure out who is who. I've enjoyed reading this series, and with AIN'T NO VALLEY's open-ended conclusion, we may be seeing more from this author soon.



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