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Being from a small town is not easy in, and of its self. But being LGBTQ, within a small town that’s a very tight Christian orientated can feel not only frustrating; but also very isolating. And this story reflects that quite well, and in a way that draws you in. And will cause you to feel not only a frog in your throat. It will also cause you to feel more nervous, then a long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs; as we tend to say. As well as all of the emotions I’ve felt living in a Small Texas town. I hope the author, rights a sequel to this book, as it would be a pleasure to follow the life of Ms. Roy St. James through the eyes of another.
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I had no framework to go by so I can’t say if this is a “usual” Spangler work or not. Overall it was pretty good. The plot was well developed but a little slow. I’m a happy ever after kind of girl so I like endings that give me an idea of how things turned out. The narrator’s voice for Beth was a little breathy, making her sometimes sound like Jessica Rabbit or Marilyn Monroe. Otherwise the narration was good.
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