Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval

I’m so pleased to see Savage Girl among Good Housekeeping‘s recommended books for March.


Here is the magazine’s thumbnail review, which manages to distill the essence of the story quite well, I think.

Good Housekeeping, March 2014

New Book Picks: No matter what mood you’re in, we have a page-turner to tempt you


Savage Girl

A wealthy couple touring the American West in 1875 “rescue” a young woman who’s said to have been raised by wolves, then attempt to introduce her into society back East. Bronwyn cleans up nicely, but her suitors keep ending up dead. A wild ride.



Filed under Culture, Fiction, Home, Jean Zimmerman, Publishing, Savage Girl, Writers, Writing

5 responses to “Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval

  1. Richard Wheeler

    Strange but wonderfully powerful endorsement. GOOD !

  2. Hack Attack

    Yay, Jean!

  3. Lisa Senauke

    What about book tour? Heading this way?

    Lisa Senauke from another planet


  4. You’re sort of my personal good housekeeping guru.

  5. Lisa Senauke

    Hey, you already had MY seal of approval! What more do you need?

    Lisa Senauke from another planet


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