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Hissy Fit
by Mary Kay Andrews | Women's Fiction
Registered by bksfamly of Peoria, Arizona USA on 2/3/2008
Average 7 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

status (set by ladilee24): travelling


2 journalers for this copy...

Journal Entry 1 by bksfamly from Peoria, Arizona USA on Sunday, February 03, 2008

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Welcome to Bookcrossing. Thanks for catching this book and making a journal entry. I hope you enjoy reading the book and condisder joining bookcrossing. Bookcrossing its free and lots of fun. Plus you can track the books you have read and see where they end up and how others liked the book. If you choose to join bookcrossing, I hope you will consider using me, bksfamly, as the one who referred you.

 


Journal Entry 2 by bksfamly from Peoria, Arizona USA on Thursday, April 10, 2008

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Starting a bookring for this book.

Participants are:

ladilee24 - DE
framergirl - MO
blackadder75 -PA
msmoyra - WA 


Journal Entry 3 by bksfamly at controlled release in controlled release, a controlled release -- Controlled Releases on Thursday, April 10, 2008

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Released 9 yrs ago (4/11/2008 UTC) at controlled release in controlled release, a controlled release -- Controlled Releases

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Journal Entry 4 by ladilee24 from Newark, Delaware USA on Thursday, April 17, 2008

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Just arrived in today's mail. It looks like a fun read. Thanks for adding me to the ring bksfamly! 


Journal Entry 5 by ladilee24 from Newark, Delaware USA on Tuesday, April 22, 2008

7 out of 10

I enjoyed this novel, and it was a fast read. Keeley Murdock discovers her fiance cheating on her with the maid of honor at the wedding rehearsal dinner. She pitches the fit of the books title, creating troubles for herself and her decorating business in the southern town she and her family call home. Fixing up the mansion of the new factory owner in town may keep Keeley's business afloat, but there is still a lot of conflict with her fiance's family. There's a darker undercurrent to this book as well, as Keeley spends some time considering the disappearance of her mother years before, and whether Mom ran away, as supposed, or was she never able to leave town. I really liked the relationship between Keeley and her father; they were supportive to one another but not in a sappy or unrealistic way. Overall, a good story that had more layers than I expected.

I'll get this in the mail to framergirl shortly. 


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