Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch
4 journalers for this copy...
When I received a RABCK from MaryZee I wanted to send her something on her wishlist as a thank you. She wanted this book so I read it this week and will mail tomorrow.
This was a really good read.
I read the first of the Red Hat books about a year (or so) ago, and I enjoyed it so much I wanted to read more of Haywood Smith's books. Looking forward to this one. Thanks again!
I was disappointed to see the results of Lin and Grant's relationship, but this book is about growing and changing throughout life, even as a more mature adult. It was so nice to read a "chick-lit"-ty type book where the main character wasn't in her 20s/30s. It was interesting to watch Lin's opinions of her small-town family and life change throughout the story. And I enjoyed the sub-plot about small-town politics.
I have plans for this book. It will soon be traveling again, to take part in a release event. Unfortunately, it's going to resemble a boomerang and will be coming back to Texas ;)
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Sending in a box to Jaybirck for release at her Cinco de Mayo festival.
This is my 11th release in the 2008 Keep Them Moving challenge.
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This is being set aside for mass release at the cinco de mayo festival in Duncanville, TX on May 3rd.
Thanks so much!
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
left on table next to the computer in the waiting room.