"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
"Majors’s characters are real and rounded, their eccentricities earned, owned, and sufficiently peculiar to burst the cramped confines of stereotype or caricature— LA Review of Books
"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