Goodbye, Earl (Bad Girl Creek #3)
Five challenging years have passed in the lives of the ladies of Bad Girl Creek. Beryl, Nance, Ness, and Phoebe have experienced their share of hardship and heartache, but also much happiness.
Beryl now lives with Earl in Alaska, where the fissures in their relationship have started to spread. When Earl disappears one wintry night, some dark and desperate memories surface,...more
And the characters are less enjoyable than usual. For example, the author portrays Phoebe's daughter as such an unpleasant child, yet everyone dotes on her--it makes no sense. I don't understand why the author never shows anything good about the child.
I didn't enjoy any of the story ...more
This book is a continuation of the character from "Bad Girl Creek,"
One of the stories I enjoyed in the book is Ness taking care of her friend, David Snow. David has AIDS and is dying. This story highlights straight women loving gay men (or visa-versa) It is a very loving story.
The main story is about Beryl. She is in Alaska with Earl and he dissapears one night. Will their relati ...more
I think the problem here is that Mapson is trying to tell too many stories at once. So we focus here mostly on Beryl's break-up, but then there's also Phoebe's new relationship, and Nance's pregnancy. Ness's story gets shoved way into the back ...more