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Dear Miss Sweetie By Day, Seventeen Year Old Jo Kuan Works As A Lady S Maid For The Cruel Daughter Of One Of The Wealthiest Men In Atlanta But By Night, Jo Moonlights As The Pseudonymous Author Of A Newspaper Advice Column For The Genteel Southern Lady, Dear Miss Sweetie When Her Column Becomes Wildly Popular, She Uses The Power Of The Pen To Address Some Of Society S Ills, But She S Not Prepared For The Backlash That Follows When Her Column Challenges Fixed Ideas About Race And Gender While Her Opponents Clamor To Uncover The Secret Identity Of Miss Sweetie, A Mysterious Letter Sets Jo Off On A Search For Her Own Past And The Parents Who Abandoned Her As A Baby But When Her Efforts Put Her In The Crosshairs Of Atlanta S Most Notorious Criminal, Jo Must Decide Whether She, A Girl Used To Living In The Shadows, Is Ready To Step Into The Light

About the Author: Stacey Lee

Stacey Lee is a fourth generation Chinese American whose people came to California during the heydays of the cowboys She believes she still has a bit of cowboy dust in her soul A native of southern California, she graduated from UCLA then got her law degree at UC Davis King Hall After practicing law in the Silicon Valley for several years, she finally took up the pen because she wanted the perk

10 thoughts on “Dear Miss Sweetie

  1. says:

    Reasons to live 1 This historical fiction about a badass girl journalist who, by day, works as maid for the daughter of the wealthiest man in town, and by night, secretly turns over ideas about race and gender for a newspaper advice column

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    this is the type of badass journalist girl historical fiction I m here for

  4. says:

    hello lovely cover I want to touch you

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    It s 1890 Atlanta Jo, who is unafraid to speak her mind, lives with Old Gin a man who took her in after she was abandoned by her parents under the house of a local publisher who is unaware that they live there When Jo overhears the folks upstairs talking about how agony aunt columns have led t

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    You can find the full review and all the fancy and or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight.This is such a lovely book I have loved every Stacey Lee book I have read, and this one is certainly no different It combines all the best things family, friendship, fighting for the rights tha

  7. says:

    Stacey Lee continues to be the absolute queen of diverse historical YA and I will hear nothing otherwise Completely devoured this one and loved it just as much as the others, which is saying a lot.

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    Disclaimer I received this book from the publisher This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest The Downstairs Girl hits the right spot Stacey Lee s books always make me wonder what I would have done if I was in the protagonist s place and The Downstairs Girl is no exception Jo is a heroine you can root

  9. says:

    Stacey Lee writes some of my hands down favorite YA historical fiction and The Downstairs Girl does not disappoint There were some things that felt a little too convenient or coincidental and I have some questions about the results of the horse race which I won t share here because spoilers , but Jo was an amazing heroine

  10. says:

    omg, what a beautiful, BEAUTIFUL book Loved the history, the wise sentences, the world, the insights, the voice Stacey Lee s books keep getting better and better Oh, and I didn t even see the twists coming A must read if you like diverse, historical YA

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