Saturday, June 4, 2011



Girls in Trucks by Katie Crouch

I haven't read this book either so here is the (rather long) blurb from the back cover:
Never chase men or buses. Don't let yourself be seen in a truck in town. There are simple rules passed down through generations of Camellias, one of the oldest debutant societies in Charleston. Sarah Walters is a member of this antiquated club--whether she likes it or not. The society is a privilege one is born to, and it offers rules of etiquette meant to prepare a girl for a charmed life with an appropriate husband. The only problem is, Sarah has a tendency to make life choices that are anything but polite. With humor and keen observation, Katie Crouch takes Sarah from sweaty-palmed eighth grader at Cotillion dancing lessons  to a slightly numb thirty-five-year-old living in New York City. It takes a strange turn of events to make Sarah realize that as much as she tries ti deny it, where she comes from will always affect where she ends up.  

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SaMarenda said...

I thought that even days were on Canda's blog but she didnt' mention this book there so I'll comment both places. Yea for books!

Donna K. Weaver said...

Interesting story.

Matthew Tandy said...

Sounds like she needs a cowboy.:-)

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