Camptown Ladies by Mari SanGiovanni


Sequel to Greetings From Jamaica, Wish You Were Queer.


Q: How do you take your mind off a broken heart?

A: You spend time with your crazy Italian family, of course.

And there’s plenty to distract Marie Santora when she comes home to lick her wounds. Not least her sister Lisa’s plan to transform a rundown campground into a gay and lesbian paradise—complete with a five-star Italian restaurant—with the help of a contractor who just happens to be the woman who broke their brother’s heart. But the Santoras are a family that could sink the Loveboat. Especially since they don’t know the meaning of minding their own business. When the whole clan decides to fix things for their girls, they wreak havoc all the way from the backwoods of Rhode Island to the campy streets of Provincetown. And when the campfire heats up, it’s a recipe for heartburn.

Sequel to Greetings From Jamaica, Wish You Were Queer.

“Damn if I didn’t actually laugh out loud while reading it—several times, in fact.” —

If you love Mari SanGiovanni then check out Ann McMan, Lisa Gitlin and Joan Opyr. You won’t be sorry.

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