Eve Prince is done—with college, with her mom, with guys, and with her
dream of fashion design. But when her best friend goes MIA, Eve must
gather together the broken threads of her life in order to search for
When Eve’s grandmother, Boop, a retiree dripping with Southern charm,
finds out about the trip, she—desperate to see her sister, and also
hoping to alleviate Eve’s growing depression—hijacks her granddaughter’s
road trip. Boop knows from experience that healing Eve will require
more than flirting lessons and a Garlic Festival makeover. Nevertheless,
Boop is frustrated when her feeble efforts yield the same failure that
her sulfur-laced sip from the Fountain of Youth wrought on her age. She
knows that sharing the secret that’s haunted her for sixty years might
be the one thing that will lessen Eve’s growing depression—but she also
fears that if she reveals it, she’ll lose her family and her own
Boop and Eve’s journey through the heart of Dixie is an unforgettable love story between a grandmother and her granddaughter.
Boop and Eve’s Road Trip
A great read about a family journey
Boop and Eve’s Road Trip is a multi-generational adventure in family dynamics! Sheriff sews together three women’s stories beautifully, capturing their varied perspectives and life experiences. The dialogue is well-crafted, authentic, and compelling. The prose is both beautiful and clever, and rich with similes and metaphors. A worthwhile read filled with worthwhile lessons. Brava!
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I absolutely loved this book and couldn’t put it down! I was so sad when it ended. I felt like I’d made a new circle of friends. Loved seeing their relationships and how they evolved over the book as they grew to understand each other’s perspectives. I especially loved Boop and her warmth and humor. Bravo! Reminded me on Terri McMillan’s “Waiting to Exhale.” A big, fat happy feast of a book!