I think if I could maintain this pace, I could finish reading The Yada Yada Prayer Group Gets Real by the weekend. But that doesn't get the laundry, house work, or work-work done.
And this is where I can relate to much of what's going on in the lives of the Yada Yada Prayer Group women. All twelve women are from various walks of life and are in different stages of life. Neta Jackson weaves the sweet and sour parts of each woman's life in her story, making you want to laugh out loud at one time and cry with the charactes at another moment.
I am waiting for the "WHAT?!?!" moment of the book that Neta Jackson puts in. It happened with the first two books and I am patiently waiting for it in the third book. It's usually a life or "wrong place wrong time" circumstance that is thrown in, but you're just not expecting it when it happens. Usually when it does, the story reaches what I call the book's point of no return. It's the point at which you can't put the book down, and no matter how much you try to do something else, you need to finish reading the story.
I have a feeling that I will come upon this point soon, and my weekend may be occupied by it!