Ain't Misbehavin'

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In Jazz Age Chicago, Dot Rodgers sells hats at Marshall Field while struggling to get her singing career off the ground. Independent and feisty, she's the life of the party. But underneath the glitter, she doesn't believe she's worth the love of a good man. Why would a strong, upstanding man want to build a future with a shallow, good-time girl like her? Small-town businessman Charlie Corrigan carries scars from the Great War. After all he's been through, he wants nothing more than to marry and start a family. But the woman he loves is a flamboyant flapper with no intention of settling down. She's used to a more glamorous life than he can offer. As his fortunes climb with the stock market, it seems he's finally going to win her love. But what happens when it all comes crashing down? Ain't Misbehavin' by Jennifer Lamont Leo


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  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 19th 2019

    Jennifer Lamont Leo has done it again! Continuing the characters from her first novel, you find yourself wishing Charlie and Dot would just stop and relax in each other. I loved this book almost as much as the first.

  • 5
    Ain’t Misbehavin’ is a Must-read for Historical Fiction Fans

    Posted by Jamie Rich on Oct 18th 2019

    If you like historical fiction, you’ve got to pick up this book! With intriguing characters, an authentic and captivating setting, and beautiful, truly Christian values, Ain’t Misbehavin’ was a great read the whole way through. I read the first book in the Roaring Twenties series as well, and it seems the supporting character from that book was so popular that the author had to write a story about her too! Dot is sarcastic, hilarious, and spunky, but also had real doubts that I could relate to. I found it a charming, engaging read.

  • 4
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    Posted by Carol Kelley on Mar 18th 2018

    Ain't Misbehavin' book two in the Roaring Twenties series is a fun read! I enjoyed this book and getting a glimpse into the 1920s. Dot works at Marshall Field selling hats and is the life of the party. But inside she doesn't feel worthy of a good man. Charlie works in his families store with some issues of his own. Charlie is trying to impress her with his ability to make money. Then things go bad. Can they each overcome their pasts and make a life together? Looking forward to more by Jennifer Lamont Leo! I received this book from the publisher and all opinions are my own.