A grown-up kind of pretty by Joshilyn Jackson

   Regina  Review by:  Regina

Title: A grown-up kind of pretty

Author:  Joshilyn Jackson

Collection:  Adult Fiction

After what Ginny, nicknamed “Big” and her daughter Liz or “Little” went through years ago, both are determined to keep Mosely away from booze, drugs and boys, not necessarily in that order. Three generations of women, 15 years apart in age, it’s that time in the family when something not so good happens. The wheels are set in motion when Big decides to have the big willow out in the backyard cut down to have space for a swimming pool and tiny bones are found in a familiar looking box under the willow’s life giving roots.

Southern voices, flawed loveable, downright funny characters to root for, and a mystery to solve make this book hard to put down. Good summer read or anytime read!

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One Response to A grown-up kind of pretty by Joshilyn Jackson

  1. Southern multigenerational women? I”m in. Have you read Diary of a Mad Fat Girl?
    I reviewed it

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