Praise for Who Asked You?
“Rich in narrative tension, nuanced humor, and moral heft.…There’s a disarming, Dickensian pleasure not only in this rich, multifarious portraiture but also in the constant glints of humor, delight, and plain weirdness that emerge in even the most terrible moments of Betty Jean’s story.”—Los Angeles Times
“Captures the universal human desire to offer advice—however unwanted—to friends and loved ones. You didn’t ask, but I’ll tell you anyway: This book is worth reading.”—USA Today
“A memorable and realistic…cast of characters.”—The Associated Press
“Gritty, engagingly chatty.…McMillan excels at depicting small, tender moments of family dynamics.”—The Seattle Times
“Right away, from page one, you know that Who Asked You? is going to be a lot of fun to read…I loved it.”—Savannah Morning News
“A well-crafted story of acceptance, forgiveness, and hope…McMillan’s story belongs to the middle-aged steel magnolias who value loyalty above all.”—Publishers Weekly
“McMillan writes jauntily and with customary good humor…Her story affirms the value of love and family, to say nothing of the strength of resolute women in the absence of much strength on the part of those few men who happen to be in the vicinity…a solid, well-told story.”—Kirkus Reviews