Publish date: June 8th 2010
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
I had a mixed reaction to this one, but I’m not sure entirely why, and I’m not sure I can tease it out in the time and space I have here.
I love a good southern story and Joshilyn Jackson does them so well. I really enjoyed this book.
I bought this book because the opening line hooked me: “It was an airport gypsy who told me that I had to kill my husband. She may have been the firt to say the words out loud, but she was only giving voice to a thing that I’d been trying not to know for a long, long timel.”The first paragraph displ...
Does anyone ever know who we truly are? Do we even know? It is into this theme the reader descends as s/he is immersed in Joshilyn Jackson’s Backseat Saints. As Rose Mae/Ro flees her marriage and attempts to set out on her own, she must ultimately uncover who she is and why she keeps hiding before s...