Bless Her Heart by Sally Kilpatrick

Bless Her Heart

Laugh-out-loud funny and unabashedly uplifting, with just the right amount of Southern sass, Sally Kilpatrick's wonderful novel centers on one woman's journey from unhappy marriage to a surprising second chance . . . On the day Posey Love discovers that her born-again husband has been ministering to some of his flock a little too eagerly, she also learns that he's left he...

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  • Sally Kilpatrick
    In keeping with tradition, I mark this book as read on the day that I turn in my page proofs. I have read this book. And read it some more. Then I read it one more time--and that's after writing it. This is my tale of a preacher's wife who gives up church for Lent. ...
  • cupcakes and bookshelves
    Sad, funny, honest and hopeful Sally Kilpatrick's Bless Her Heart was a joy to read with characters and settings that felt so real and vivid even when I have no prior connection with the subject matter. Watching Posey's journey from what she hoped for, to what she got and how she dealt with it after...
  • Michael
    Posey Love hates three little words. Every time someone says, "Bless your heart," Posey sees red.But who could blame her? Her life hasn't exactly turned out the way she pictured it would. After a decade of marriage, Posey hoped to be raising a child with her pastor husband. Still aching each month a...
  • Betty
    There were only three words in the English language that I hated with all of my being: bless, your, and heart—specifically in that order.Every Southerner knows what it means when someone blesses your heart, so it's no mystery why Posey Love hates hearing that phrase, especially after a lifetime...
  • ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆
    I want to thank Kensington Books and NetGalley providing me with an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. I appreciate this opportunity.Synopsis: Posey Love has been married to Chad for 10 years. She feels her marriage is what normal is even though her husband is a preacher and teaches that women ...
  • Kathleen Gray
    What a terrific book! Posey needs to find her true self after years with her creep of a husband and denial about her family. Giving up church for Lent and a trip through the Seven Deadly Sins is a unconventional way to do that (and please don't find it offensive- it's very funny). She's not the only...
  • Peebee
    Some will find the Christianity references in this book excessive -- I know that I did because the publisher's summary didn't really give a hint about them, except to refer to the protagonist's husband as born-again. When I started, I questioned whether I had missed that this book was really Christi...

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