Jennifer Close hits a literary home run with Girls in White Dresses; there is no better way to debut your writing. Witty, sharp, and realistic, Girls in White Dresses follows three close friends as they navigate through college and try to find a life after. Marriage, dating, sex, babies, family – no topic is safe from wry observation and comment.
Girls in White Dresses covers issues we, as women, have all felt at one time or another. Your friends are all getting married or engaged, while you haven’t been on a date in six months. You’re not ok with the suddenly domestic and suburban turn your life has taken. You lose your job instead of getting the raise you were expecting. You date a series of ugly, rude, or otherwise unsuitable men. We’ve been there. And if you haven’t, you will, and Girls leads the way, lights blazing.
You will laugh (out loud!), cry, sympathize and anger; you’ll find solace in this delightful blend of women, who will remind you so much of yourself.