Sunday, June 1, 2008

Sunday Salon and Jamaican Me Crazy: A Christmas Escape by Debbie Digiovanni


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*Today I finished rereading Jamaican Me Crazy by Debbie DiGiovanni.
*When putting together another "perfect" Christmas is just too much, the women of Lakeside Baptist Church rebel (as much as Baptists can) and buy six tickets to Jamaica. Trading their to-dos and grocery lists for sunscreen and flip-flops, the ladies think they're going to have the time of their lives. Only their sunny holiday turns out to be more than they bargained for and they get cold reality, sans sugarplums, for Christmas. A great escape for those snowy, gray December days, Jamaican Me Crazy is just what the doctor ordered. Christian women who dig friendship fiction like The Potluck Club will love this exciting tale of a Caribbean Christmas gone crazy.
* I enjoyed this book more the second time around. It is quite funny in lots of places while also dealing with marriage issues, child issues, and other family issues. Becky is the only single one of the group and she meets a guy while there which provides another main plot line within the overall plot line.

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