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  • Misfits just need someone to love them

    UNDER THE MAGNOLIAS by T. I. Lowe A unique coming of age story of the 1980s. Hmm, historical fiction. Never thought I'd be saying that. In Magnolia, South Carolina, Austin (Ox) Foster the 15-year-old daughter of a tobacco farmer grows up faster than she had ever dreamed of. Her mama passes away after delivering her second set of twins and all the responsibility of keeping the family together falls on Austin's shoulders. She has six siblings, from Boston (Boss) a developmentally disadvantaged teenaged boy with the mentality of a small child, to Phoenix (Peg), Charlotte & Raleigh (twins), Nashville (Nash) & Knoxville (Knox) the infant twins, and her father Dave who is having a difficult time adapting to life without his beloved wife. No one seems to care that Ox needs someone or has needs. They meet Mrs. Foxy and Jinx at the local fair the day their mama dies, after speaking with Dave, they decide to move to the tobacco farm to help look after things. Dave Foster is a charismatic man who farms his tobacco fields and also has a small church on his farm. The townsfolk consider it a church of misfits since Dave Foster seems to take in any and all people or animals that are needing someone. He's always bringing some unfortunate souls to church and praying for and with them. There are always unwanted pets or animals being left at their mailbox or dropped off at their house. Damaged folks seem to naturally gravitate towards Foster's church. One of the town's local boys, royalty really, the mayor's son Vance Cumberland takes an interest in Ox and won't leave her alone. He truly believes they belong together and Ox truly believes they don't. Sure, Ox has been secretly attracted to Vance for years, but he has no business hanging around her or her family. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel, highly recommend it. It has an honorary spot on my favorites shelf, for all time. Words can't describe how thankful I am for the complimentary copy of #underthemagnolias by @tilowe from #tyndalehousepublishing I was under no obligation to post a review.

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