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Miss Dreamsville and the Collier County Women's Literary Society by Amy Hill Hearth
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Sep 29, 12

bookshelves: 2012, arc, fiction
Read on September 29, 2012

While you must have a little of suspension of disbelief for this book I must say I enjoyed the heck out of it and read it in one day.

Simple & heartwarming story of a northern woman, Jackie, ending up in 1960's Florida with her family because of her husbands job and how she changes herself and the people around her.

Jackie forms a literary group/salon that ends up with all the misfits in town joining. So, you have your divorced woman, single woman, closet homosexual, black woman who is a maid, librarian and the woman who killed her husband and just got out of prison. Everyone has a secret or a story to tell and you know there's going to be a happy ending. But that doesn't stop this from being an enjoyable read.

Looking for a bit of diversion that isn't going to tax your brain and will leave you smiling in the end then head to Naples, Florida and join the Collier County Women's Literary Society.

You'll also have the chance to find out who Miss Deamsville is ;)
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