By: Mary Kay Andrews
Keeley is about to get married, when she walks in on her fiancé and her maid of honor having sex during the rehearsal dinner. Keeley has a major meltdown and storms out! She now has to put together her life, while dealing with the fallout from the scene at the country club. As Keeley’s business booms and she has her hands full, decorating an antebellum plantation house, Keeley must figure out who she is and who she can trust. Plus, add in the fact that she still hasn’t figured out where her mom went twenty-five years ago, Keeley’s schedule is fully booked!
Mary Kay Andrews is a hilarious, Southern author. Though this story is a tad predictable, the twists and turns come from the subplot of the missing mother. The classic, southern charm bleeds through this book and the colloquialisms will place readers right in the heart of the south. The situations the main character finds herself in are ludicrous and will have readers laughing out loud. The narrator did an excellent job of giving each character a distinct voice.
This is my first time reading Mary Kay Andrews and this title is one of the few books that made me laugh out loud.
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