The crème de la crème of Southern royalty should sit up and take notice, and hang on tight for this irresistible tale of getting in and getting even.
(P)2006 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Freddie Ware , just a funny book ,and you cant get the sarcasm if you read the print , this narrator does a great job ,
Love her ,she does snotty & prissy so well
I would say this book just kind of ended up in the middle. It was fun but I wasn't dying to listen to it.
I would read another book by this author just because it was at least humorous and an easy book to listen to.
I had not listened to Jenna Lamia before but her performance on this book lead me to purchase another one of her's.
Yes. I was looking for something brainless and light. And this book fits the bill.
Probably not... because I really hated the ending of this particular book.
I chose this book because of Jenna Lamia. I like her voice and her acting.
It could definitely use a follow-up to explain away the ridiculous ending.
I will be recommending this book to all of my friends that love a good book. At first I thought The Devil in the Junior League might be a bit silly and that I might not like Frede, the main character, but as the book went on, I loved the humor and the twists and turns.
I was surprised when poor Frede found out that her beloved husband, Gordon, had a vasectomy before they were ever married. In addition, all of his affairs, when they came to light were pretty humorous as well since it incites good revenge from Frede.
I loved her southern accent. It gave depth to Frede that she might not have otherwise.
I just loved all the humor. It was such an enjoyable story.
I liked the novel was based in Texas and was faithful to how things are there. I did not like the main character. It was very hard to feel very sorry for her since she was so sure she was wonderful and beautiful and evidently without a clue.
I felt that it was a cop out - an easy answer that left everything up in the air.
Yes - her voice seemed a mix of southern and texan, but still clear and understandable.
Yes I would it was great I love Jenna Lamia. The story was so funny, not what I expected at all.
I can't say I had one I loved the book as a whole.
Everything I could listen to Jenna read the phone book as long as she used her southern accent.
This book had me laughing out loud I didn't want it to end. I have to admit I only found this book after listening to The Help and searching for more read by Jenna. I am so glad I did because I never would have found it otherwise and I loved this.
This story was a hoot. I was laughing out loud at several of the escapades in this book. I thought it had a great ending. I just wish there was a sequel to continue the great fun of the story!
I'm going from chapter to chapter in life. Some are definitely better than others!
Jenna Lamia's southern accent was appropriate and easy to listen to.
I think I would pass on another book by this author.
Heavens no, let's not see a follow up.
The first part of this story was good, but as time went on...the story didn't. The story was like listening to a song where the chorus goes on and on. It was fun to listen to the first time or two or even three but then, you've heard enough and want a different verse.
This is not "The Help" and don't confuse it.. but what it IS is FUN, light and a pleasurable listen. If you've spent anytime in the south you will enjoy many references that may not mean anything to Northeners... It moved at a fast clip and was suitable for listening to in "chunks" of time... entertaining read.
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