This title is a doozy. Miss Dreamsville and the Collier County Women’s Literary Society. Well, from here, I’ll just refer it to Miss Dreamsville so I don’t have to keep typing that one out. Haha. This review is actually going to be a bit on the short side. I don’t have much to say in the way of it being great or it being bad. It was average at best for me. Then again, I don’t read a lot in the way of adult literary fiction--but I did find this one surprisingly charming.Miss Dreamsville touches on the issues that were the big struggles of that time period--and still even today in many cases--and has a cast full of quirky and interesting characters with their own personalities. My problem was that I found it to be on the short side and while it’s not a normal complaint, I think in this instance, it really should have been longer to give the story more of the depth it deserved. I sometimes found it to be bland in places, causing me to lose interest a few times, but the overall story was entertaining and enjoyable. And it features a book club. So, of course I found a connection with that. ;)I have a feeling this one will appeal to a wide audience.