"Penelope’s adventures in online Christian dating and parenting are hilarious."—New York Post
"A laugh-out-loud funny tale of misfortune and female friendship. Majors's latest is a riot from beginning to end." — Booklist
"A light and lively send-up of modern woes." — Kirkus Reviews
“Majors’ mixture of “sinners and saints” in his make-believe town of Hillsboro is a laugh-out-loud read”.--Memphis Commercial Appeal
“It’s a short novel, saucy and profane and funny on every page”--Nashville Scene
"(Majors) broad sense of humor…and willingness to put his characters through rough patches, that are both absurd and hilarious, makes the book a diverting page-turner.”--Memphis Flyer
"Don't plan on getting anything done once you pick up the funniest book of 2018." — CharlotteLit
"Seriously racy and laugh out loud funny." — StyleBlueprint
“Penelope Lemon is a high-spirited character who will keep you laughing”—Read it Forward (best August books)
“Inman Majors is a sparklingly funny, immensely charming writer. PENELOPE LEMON gives us a hapless, scrappy, lovable heroine to root for and a whole cast of great characters.” — Kate Christensen, author of The Great Man and The Last Cruise.
“If Penelope Lemon wasn’t taken, I’d be dating her myself. As hilarious as she is tough, Penelope is a heroine you can’t help rooting for. She also happens to be a fiercely loving mom with a giant heart. Once again, Inman Majors delivers a wildly entertaining Southern tale that’s funny, smart, poignant, and deliciously subversive.” — Michelle Richmond, author of The Marriage Pact.
“In PENELOPE LEMON, Inman Majors captures a subversive, outrageously funny middle America. It’s like Bridget Jones’s Diary, but with a hilarious, small-town, rocker mother as its lead. I laughed out loud A LOT and cheered Penelope every step of the way.” — John Hart, author of The Last Child