Oh. My. Word.
Cassandra King's book, "Same Sweet Girls" , has to be one of the best books about women's friendships I've read in a long, long time. She could've left the "F" word out and it would've been perfect...I DETEST the "F" word in books...but I ignored it and just went with the story which was soooooooooo good. Is there a 'real' book out there without some kind of profanity in it?! Why do writers feel they need to use it? I find Christian novels too preachy and self-righteous...too "If you don't believe like I do then YOU'RE wrong!!"...and I don't care for them at all. Even tho I'm a Christian. So I suck it up and go with regular fiction for the most part. Unless it's too profane. I'm not preaching to the choir...I'm just stating my own personal like. How do the rest of you readers out there who read my blog feel about it?? Will too much turn you off the book? Do you overlook it or ignore it? I'd really like to know.