Annotations for Simply Divine


Baker & Taylor
After a family catastrophe, glamorous Hollywood teenager Divine goes to live with devout relatives in Georgia, where she learns the importance of family and finds strength by turning to God.

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Baker & Taylor
Humiliated by her celebrity parents' frequent run-ins with the law, the latest of which have landed her father in prison and her mother in rehab, spoiled fifteen-year-old Divine is sent to live with her pastor uncle's family in rural Georgia, where she struggles to respect their very different lifestyle. By the author of Have a Little Faith. Original. 35,000 first printing.

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Simon and Schuster
To forgive may be divine . . .

The daughter of two Hollywood superstars, Divine Matthews-Hardison lives the privileged life most fifteen-year-olds only dream of: she's all about designer clothes, awards ceremonies, parties, and having a name that opens doors. Divine could be a model, an actress, anything she wants. But when you live in the spotlight, there's nowhere to hide when your family falls apart. Her father is in trouble with the law, her mother has her own demons, and no one has room for Divine -- no one except her uncle, a Georgia pastor with a modest country home and a big heart.

. . . but can Divine ever forgive?

Divine can't believe she's been sent to live with her mom's family in the sticks. Doing chores, getting an allowance, and church-going are hardly what she's used to, and she lets everyone -- from her patient Uncle Reed and Aunt Phoebe to her cousins, Alyssa and Chance -- know she's not trading in her Gucci bags for a feedbag any time soon. But as the love and faith of a good family take hold in her heart, miraculous changes start to occur. And when the chance comes to return to her high-flying life, Divine is faced with her toughest decision: Now that she's found the one thing she's never had, could she ever leave it behind?

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