From Publishers Weekly
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Good story line but shocked at shortness! Wanted more of what I consider ' Rita Mae Brown' I know the characters from past novel but wanted more!Published 6 months ago by Dana R. Leavitt
Light reading,short book, interesting to those who either lived in 1950s or are familiar with the Chesapeake Bay region. Good summer reading.Published 15 months ago by Marilyn Cassara
if you like juts and wheezie, you'll like this novella.....Published 18 months ago by Maria Wroblewski
Rita Mae Brown never fails to deliver an interesting story. She always gets you invested in her characters.Published 20 months ago by Nancy Nayowith
It was interesting. Finding out about an author's childhood experiences makes reading her books even better. I prefer her mysteries. She is an excellent writerPublished on April 29, 2014 by LA Lady
More words of Rita Mae who is just so good at her writing. A story of love, being different and very cool!Published on March 20, 2014 by jordyn skye
I have loved Juts and Wheezie since I read Six of One years ago, but Rita Mae has destroyed these characters. Read morePublished on September 14, 2009 by Sara Norton
I was disappointed by this "book". It really should be called a very short story. I have loved all of Rita Mae Brown's books. Read morePublished on September 14, 2009 by B. Bodenheimer