Ann B. Ross: Miss Julia Speaks Her Mind

A bit too sweet, a bit too light at times, pure entertainment, I admit. I admit Miss Julia has some growing up to when getting in terms of the inheritance, in more ways than one, his two-timing husband left her with, but not quite sufficiently. And it has its curious old-fashioned moments, caused by the main character, I guess that’s why some readers find her attractive, but not me. Too much sugar leaves a bad taste even in books, and while I laughed a few times, and became interested enough to finish the book – its ending was actually better than most of it – I can’t say I’m interested enough to continue the adventures of Miss Julia, she won the battles in one book, and that is enough for me.

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