The lives of the three McBroom sisters of Tallulah, Tennessee, were tangled before the eldest, Eleanor, discovered their mother hanging from the Venetian blinds and the years have done little to comb out the knots. Now a drunken encounter with the midnight train has left brash, much-married Jo-Nell near death, compelling agoraphobic Eleanor to summon marine biologist Fred...more
"American Pie" isn't my favorite West book, but it hit all the points I expected it to. There is a POV change with each n...more
I got stuck waiting unexpectedly, my iPad was dead and I had this one checked out from the library, or honestly, I might not have finished it.
Skip this and read Crazy L...more
eloped characters and insight into the relationships between women in a family,particularly that of sisters. I highly recommend this book to anyone, especially anyone who has an interest in Southern culture.
I do enjoy "southern fiction" and the family expectations and entanglements. This story of 3 sisters faced with some critical life decisions runs the gamut of emotions and remains entertaining from start to finish.
I'm anxious to read another.