Book Review: She’s a Keeper! May 31, 2019
Some people are just fun to sit around and have a glass of wine with. Or beer. Or sweet tea. Lee St. John is one of them. Reading “She’s a Keeper! Cockamamie Memoirs from a Hot Southern Mess” is just like sitting in a rocking chair on someone’s front porch with Lee St. John and listening to her tell stories.
Her stories aren’t mysteries or thrillers or full of intrigue. They’re the kind of stories you hear from your entertaining friends. Silly and fun and self-deprecating and familiar. She’s not sweet, she’s nice (just ask her) and not afraid to explain the difference, and certainly not afraid to expose all the foolish things she thought in her younger years.
We can all use friends that care enough to try to make us laugh through our troubles, and Lee St. John is one of them. To read more, click the handy dandy Amazon link below.
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Book Review: She’s a Keeper!