Unpredictable and loving it!

by Kelly M
(Bowie, MD)

I really enjoyed reading this book. As a person reads any book, you often find yourself predicting how the scene will play out. As I read Like Sweet Buttermilk, I was often wrong. I LOVE the fact that the book is not predictable and cookie cutter. The author allowed me to truly feel like I knew the characters, as I found myself wanting to interject myself into the story by talking (or yelling) to the characters directly. Truly an entertaining read. I can't wait to read the next one.

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Dec 03, 2016
Go Ahead and Yell!
by: S.F. Powell

Thanks, Kelly!

Although most stories use elements derived from themes as old as time, I'm glad you didn't find LSB "cookie cutter."

Now, regarding those characters that "entertained" you so well...
Go ahead and yell at them: it's part of the fun!

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