My rating: 4 of 5 stars
#FirstLine ~ I work for four hundred and thirty-eight white ladies in a three-story mansion, not a one of them over the page of twenty-two.
Described to me as Mary Kay Andrews meets The Help, Rush is that and so much more. I adored this Southern tale of the sorority rush at "Ole Miss". It was packed with humor, heart and plots twists and turns, which kept me fully engaged throughout. Patton kept it real, by being true to the characters, the tradition and the story. She allowed the characters to lead the way and did so brilliantly. A fresh and delightful read.