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May 18

THE NIGHT SHE WON MISS AMERICA : MICHAEL CALLAHAN PUTS READERS RIGHT THERE!

THE NIGHT SHE WON MISS AMERICA BY MICHAEL CALLAHAN—A TRIP THROUGH THE NOSTALGIC 1950’S!


The Night She Won Miss America is a great read through to the very end. Nostalgia plays a major part in seeing how people acted back in 1950. For people interested in discovering another era of dressing beautifully, having manners, respect, values and treating people with kindness, The Night She Won Miss America is the book for you. Miss America is also for people who want to take a trip back in time before people thought everything was owed to them.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading about a time before I was born; about the characters helping each other, thinking about each other, young women having chaperones. It was a different time. Michael Callahan puts readers right there!

Michael Callahan stops The Night She Won Miss America from moving at breakneck speed bringing it to a grinding halt, where Betty tries to catch up with what just happened. She is actually in shock that she won!
Then it becomes another book entirely. But that isn’t a bad thing. The Night She Won Miss America is supposed to change after she wins, because Betty is pondering what just happened, and wondering if she wants to be the good girl or the one that follows her heart.

Michael Callahan has written a wonderfully nostalgic book about how Betty wins Miss America, how it happens, how she is shocked she has won and how she has fallen in love with her appointed escort and how she wants to stop the forward movement of winning the esteemed crown and chase after the guy she has fallen head over heels for.

I thoroughly loved how Callahan puts readers smack dab in the middle of 1950; how people talked, acted, dressed. You see, back in 1950, people had manners, values, respect for each other and common sense. The year 1950 was a different time. Kind of makes me want tot go back to 1950 when people had manners and were kind to you in person, but would gossip about you behind your back, not write smack about you online. Momzinga.com.

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