Family secrets, a few scandals, and an array of characters bring this southern tale, “June of the Corn Huskers
Ball"by B. K. Mitchell, to life.
The author smoothly takes you from the past to the present, never confusing the read. “June of the Corn Huskers”
is an inner emotional turmoil, a romantic suspense with rollercoaster highs and lows. The book transmits the emotional upheaval
of two sisters, Lottie and Vivian, demonstrating how their lives intertwine with each other. As well, a secret, strong enough
to make one man remarry the woman he left to secure his future by an inheritance she may not be aware of.
Throughout this captivating tale spanning three generations, June, one of the main characters, soon discovers who she
really is and the lies that covered the truth about her real parents. The interaction of past wrongs and rights all lead up
to a satisfying conclusion.
I enjoyed the most about this book was Mitchell’s ability to bring her characters to life, giving them substance to
relate to any emotions they felt right along with them. the compounded suspense, one new twist after another, kept my attention
Lea Schizas - Muse Book Reviewer