Deliver Us from Evie by M.E. KerrThings i love about this book: Evie (Id totally have wanted to date her), Parr (he reminds me of my own brothers), and that this story is told through Parrs perspective.
Its an open, honest exploration of how being gay affects on only a persons life, but the lives of those around them.
I read this around the time that I was figuring out my own sexuality and it struck me deeply. Not because of what Evie, the lesbian older sister of the narrator, experiences, but for how Parrs life is impacted.
I love that its completely accessible to readers of all sexualities and political leanings, it doesnt proselytize or force one perspective, but leads the reader on a thoughtful exploration of how he or she feels about gay rights.
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Sporting the best comedy title in recent memory, this Buppie brew featuring three harried men henpecked by their ladies' controlling big sister makes good on its old-fashioned, screwball premise. Eva Dandridge the highly promising Gabrielle Union is known variously as "the sister-in-law from Hell" and "the E word. Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now. Created with Sketch. Keep track of your favorite shows and movies, across all your devices.
Evangeline Dandridge Gabrielle Union , the formidable title character of Gary Hardwick's romantic comedy ''Deliver Us From Eva,'' is a self-righteous, sharp-tongued know-it-all who works as a health inspector in Los Angeles. Eva, as she is called, relishes the opportunity to ambush a restaurant and reduce its manager to jelly by smugly ticking off health-code violations on her checklist. The leader of her church choir, this superwoman still has the energy at the end of the day to micromanage the lives of her three younger sisters, whom she brought up after their parents died in a car accident. And oh yes, Eva is also a knockout, smart as a whip and charming in the rare moments when she lowers her guard. But when Eva is displeased, she does more than administer a tongue-lashing. Her complaints are prologues to lofty lectures, laced with fancy words and statistics and delivered in a tone of scathing contempt. The recipients of her most cutting speeches are inevitably men, whom she regards with a mixture of deep suspicion and veiled desire.