|Get it here. You'll like it!|
Back in the summer of 2009, I still resided in Denton so B and I alternated weekends between DFW and B/CS, as we prepared for our impending August wedding. He would come stay with my family one weekend, and I would turn around and travel to our good friend's house in Bryan the following Friday. It was exhausting...but necessary.
Enter: Joshilyn Jackson and her second of three published books at the time. Between, Georgia kept me awake on one of my weekend road trips and won my affection with its sarcastic southern wit and sincere storyline.
I've since laughed and cried my way through Gods in Alabama, The Girl Who Stopped Swimming, and her latest release from last summer, Backseat Saints. Oh, and I actually read those.
Here's my point: I need that red dress! I am obsessed with her book cover, and it appears to be literally timeless. The story takes place in the here and now, but the photo could easily originate from the 60s.
I heart...deeply deeply profoundly heart...vintage things.