From everything I've read about the late author, she was an extraordinary, unique, extremely loving person. I have a feeling they don't make them like June Carter Cash anymore.
You can certainly hear her obviously sweet voice throughout this book, a collection of vignettes that are nearly all like little golden eggs.
There are times when the reader might be confused to some of the references unless the reader's familiar with country music, and has maybe read some other books about her life or the life of her husband, the late Johnny Cash.
The one thing I looked for but didn't find in this book was a little bit of a peek inside the courtship between she and Johnny. In fact, I admit to looking and missing that in both of Mr. Cash's autobiographies as well. It was such a huge part of their personas to leave out of their writings.
There are many lovely stories here, especially the ones she tells from her childhood; I think those were my favorite.