Overall, I really enjoyed this book. Ree's writing is evocative and engrossing: the story is so real (possibly because I read her blog and watch her show). Ree graduated from the University of Southern California and stopped at her parents' home in suburban Oklahoma en route to a fabulous young, single life in Chicago. She met her future husband at a dive bar while out with friends.
The majority of the book focuses on the fast-track romance that blossomed between Ree and Ladd and how they fell in love. I can relate because Mac and I also had quite the whirlwind relationship. Ree clearly didn't move to Chicago, and she and Ladd decided to marry even while her parents' marriage collapsed and ended. The story ends with her first pregnancy and the birth of their first child, daughter Alex.
I think Black Heels to Tractor Wheels is a great, easy read that would work well for a book club. Much of the chapters are available for free on her website, but it was nice to have the full versions all together.