From the back cover:
Never chase men or buses. Don't let yourself be seen in a truck in town. These are the simple rules passed down through generations of Camellias, one of the oldest debutante societies in Charleston. Sarah Walters is a member of this antiquated club -- whether she likes it or not. The society is a privilege one is born to, and it offers rules of etiquette meant to prepare a girl for a charmed life with an appropriate husband. The only problem is, Sarah has a tendency to make life choices that are anything but polite. With biting humor and keen observations, Katie Crouch takes Sarah from a sweaty-palmed eighth grader at Cotillion dancing lessons to a slightly numb thirty-five-year-old living in New York City. It takes a strange turn of events to make Sarah realize that as much as she tries to deny it, where she comes from will always affect where she ends up.
I received a copy of Girls in Trucks by Katie Crouch from Hachette Book Group, and they're generously offering 5 copies to my readers. This looks like a good one, and I can't wait to read it.
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