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Siddalee must repair her busted relationship with Vivi by reading a half-century's worth of letters and clippings contained in the Ya-Ya Sisterhood's packet of "Divine Secrets." It's a contrived premise, but the secrets are really fun to learn. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Over the years I've read many, many great books. Great as they may have been, only a very small pool of them can I vividly remember or even recommend. Read morePublished 13 days ago by LAS
Growing up with a mother raised in the south, I heard,phrases all the time that came crashing back in on me, through the YaYas. What a wonderful, colorful, Devinely written book.Published 1 month ago by Diana Hawkins
Lost on what she wants and feeling alone, this is one woman's journey
to find out who she is. . . Read more
Didn't enjoy the authors writing, never got through the first chapter. Don 't know why I bought it, will know better next time.Published 3 months ago by joan abramowitz
This is a story for every woman who has strong friendships in her life. I've read the book and watched the movie twice. Great story of crazy, wild, women!Published 3 months ago by Linda W. Howard
Absolutely wonderful! So well the description and lifestyle of my home state. Made my homesick to be there! This should be required reading for every woman!Published 4 months ago by Vickie Baker
It is a great story with memorable characters. I lked the movie, but I liked the book better. I keep it in my car for long drive choice. Judy DAvisPublished 6 months ago by Judy Davis
Absolutely fantastic book- beautifully drawn characters and wonderful dialogue. A book depicting true friendship from childhood and the involvement in each others childrens lives... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Janine Richmond
A sweet sad book of pain joy love and the hope of redemption. It made me long for a place I've never been, and to reconcile myself to the inevitable tension between mother and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kathryn Szempruch