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Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award (ABNA) Entry - this eBook is a sample of the first 3,000-5,000 words; it is not the full book. The ABNA contest is operated on Amazon.com only. Visit this entry on Amazon.com to leave customer feedback. To vote for the Grand Prize winner starting July 8, visit www.amazon.com/ABNA. Lemon Beasly needs to know why Momma was murdered all those Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award (ABNA) Entry - this eBook is a sample of the first 3,000-5,000 words; it is not the full book. The ABNA contest is operated on Amazon.com only. Visit this entry on Amazon.com to leave customer feedback. To vote for the Grand Prize winner starting July 8, visit www.amazon.com/ABNA. Lemon Beasly needs to know why Momma was murdered all those years ago. Lemon’s got the who. Trouble is, she sent that bastard to hell before he could get to the juicy part. So she’s been working the why over for ten years now. First in the state of Alabama’s fine penal accommodations, then at the Wal-Mart, where she works as a condition of her parole. She turns it over in her mind even while her boss, Mr. Smutty, is screwing her on lunch breaks. That mess with Smutty ends the day she steals an EPT from the family planning aisle and turns the test strip blue. Smutty tells her she can lose the baby or lose her job. That would mean a parole violation for her, and foster care for her unborn child. Now she’s got two choices. Kill her baby and stick around in a “safe” but miserable life, or run. She teams up with Rayline, a saucy, pistol-packing, mildly retarded woman. They set off to find Trigger, Lemon’s high school boyfriend, who might have the answers about Momma, or a clue at least. Question is, can Lemon and Rayline find him before the cops find them? Readers of Joshilyn Jackson, Kathryn Stockett, and Sue Monk Kidd will enjoy this bit of Southern Women’s Fiction. WOMEN LIKE US, a novel of 84,000 words, is the perfect blend of tongue-in-cheek humor, heart-wrenching drama, and page-turning tension. Thank you for your time and consideration.


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Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award (ABNA) Entry - this eBook is a sample of the first 3,000-5,000 words; it is not the full book. The ABNA contest is operated on Amazon.com only. Visit this entry on Amazon.com to leave customer feedback. To vote for the Grand Prize winner starting July 8, visit www.amazon.com/ABNA. Lemon Beasly needs to know why Momma was murdered all those Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award (ABNA) Entry - this eBook is a sample of the first 3,000-5,000 words; it is not the full book. The ABNA contest is operated on Amazon.com only. Visit this entry on Amazon.com to leave customer feedback. To vote for the Grand Prize winner starting July 8, visit www.amazon.com/ABNA. Lemon Beasly needs to know why Momma was murdered all those years ago. Lemon’s got the who. Trouble is, she sent that bastard to hell before he could get to the juicy part. So she’s been working the why over for ten years now. First in the state of Alabama’s fine penal accommodations, then at the Wal-Mart, where she works as a condition of her parole. She turns it over in her mind even while her boss, Mr. Smutty, is screwing her on lunch breaks. That mess with Smutty ends the day she steals an EPT from the family planning aisle and turns the test strip blue. Smutty tells her she can lose the baby or lose her job. That would mean a parole violation for her, and foster care for her unborn child. Now she’s got two choices. Kill her baby and stick around in a “safe” but miserable life, or run. She teams up with Rayline, a saucy, pistol-packing, mildly retarded woman. They set off to find Trigger, Lemon’s high school boyfriend, who might have the answers about Momma, or a clue at least. Question is, can Lemon and Rayline find him before the cops find them? Readers of Joshilyn Jackson, Kathryn Stockett, and Sue Monk Kidd will enjoy this bit of Southern Women’s Fiction. WOMEN LIKE US, a novel of 84,000 words, is the perfect blend of tongue-in-cheek humor, heart-wrenching drama, and page-turning tension. Thank you for your time and consideration.

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