Loretta Lynn and Patsy Cline are country music legends, but they were also sisters of the heart. Lynn, author of Coal Miner's Daughter and Still Woman Enough, tells their story in this heartfelt, unabashed memoir—a celebration of their music and their relationship up until Cline's tragic death, and the lessons from her that Lynn has kept ever since. With help from her daughter Patsy (named, of course, after Cline), Lynn paints a picture of two stubborn, spirited women who'd be damned if they'd let men or anyone else tell them how to be.
"A beautiful, heartbreaking valentine to Cline, who was a mentor and passionate and devoted friend—all of which is manifestly conveyed through Lynn's uniquely distinct eastern Kentucky voice and seemingly endless cascade of stories."—Library Journal (starred review)