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Mad Girls in Love: A Novel Paperback – Bargain Price, July 3, 2006
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Top Customer Reviews
From the opening letter to a First Lady to the final pages of a wedding with a bonding of mother and daughter, this book held me and refused to let go. As a reader I appreciate stories about all sorts of relationships and interactions. This book did not disappoint. If you enjoy Southern style stories of strong women, you'll enjoy this book, too. Be aware though, that the men are not so likeable, save one or two.
So break out some sweet tea, find yourself a cool spot, and be prepared to take the ride of your life. I promise you'll laugh and you'll cry and you'll be totally happy with this book.
If you like stories about southern women and their strong ways of dealing with life you'll love this book....only problem is Ms. West didn't include more of her recipes. My husband is crazy for "Tearoom Chicken Salad" from her book "Consuming Passions".
Buy it, read it, enjoy!
I've been waiting for this book to come out for a very long time, checking its release date on a regular basis, being disappointed when the release date changed to a later date. My disappointment changed to delight as I started the book. This is the kind of book that starts out good but just gets better until you don't know how you're going to get anything done because all you want to do is read.
My only complaint - on page 482 Ms. West credits the Doobie Brothers with Clancy Jane's "peaceful, easy feeling" when we all know that was the Eagles. Despite that, I love this book. If you love southern fiction, southern women, and southern ways, get this today. You won't regret it.
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Loved the characters and humor. A bit drawn out in parts, making it hard to get through to the end, but satisfying conclusion. Read Crazy Ladies, too. I love this author's style.Published 21 months ago by Deanna Adams
When my love and I set out on a long road trip we group together a pile of audiobooks to take care of those "down times"-- mostly for when we don't have a CBC signal. Read morePublished on August 27, 2013 by Cynthia
This book reminded me of "The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood." Set in the South, follows a family, etc. Was a good read but not fine literature.Published on June 11, 2013 by Alison B. Oconnor
Great follow up to Crazy Ladies by Michael Lee West. I love her books. Great characters and I like books about southern people and places. I highly recommend Ms. West's books.Published on April 19, 2011 by cynthia newsome
I'm disappointed. Mad Girls in Love warps the characters of the first novel. Clancy, Dorothy, Bitsy and Violet - none of them seem the same. Read morePublished on February 2, 2011 by Veronica
I felt the author dropped the ball in the last half of the book. I found myself skimming to the end. Read morePublished on August 24, 2009 by Marsha Arakawa
Although I purchased this book "new" it wasn't, for the price I couldn't really be too upset.
This book can get a little confusing and I think you have to really get into it... Read more