Redneck Debutante

Redneck Debutante #1

Young Adult - Coming of Age
224 Pages
Reviewed on 12/31/2014
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Author Biography

JENNY HAMMERLE is a sixth-generation Floridian and grew up on a working cattle ranch. She's been bucked off more than a few times...and lived to write about it! The Redneck Debutante Series revolves around rural Florida and ranch life. Girls in the series are a mix of city and country, balancing two very different worlds. From cotillion to cowgirl, this is the story of a Redneck Debutante's life.

Jenny lives in the small town of Celebration, Florida. She is the mother of two wonderful little boys. In her spare time, she coaches cheerleading and still works on family ranches.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Amber Hall for Readers' Favorite

Redneck Debutante by Jenny Hammerle is about a girl (Rachel) and her changing lifestyle. Her father gets into trouble at home so Rachel and her mother and brother get sent to her aunt's house in the middle of nowhere. They were at least 30 minutes from the nearest shopping mall. Through this whole endeavor, she has to keep her boyfriend and friends long distance. Rachel makes new friends though. Ones that are true and always there for her. Rachel goes to a public school instead of her usual prep school. She ends up falling for a hot cowboy named Travis. He's her best friend's brother and her neighbor. Rachel has a problem. She loves her boyfriend Colten but she likes Travis. The problem is what to do with that. Who will she pick and will it be for the right reasons?

Personally I liked Redneck Debutante. Jenny Hammerle really put together a good story line. I especially loved the ending. It made me want to start reading the next book in the series! The way Jenny Hammerle put together the cliffhanger in the last couple of chapters was amazing. The length of the book was good for the amount of information and there was always some new idea that would draw the audience in and intrigue them. I liked how all the characters related to each other and how well they worked together. I also loved the country aspect of the book and how well it all played together.