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This was a great story with humor and feeling behind it. This reminds me so much of the southern life I have.
May 12, 2011
Typical Mary Kay Andrews book, light, entertaining, attractive woman with a major problem, meets man, problem gets solved, romance follows. The only thing I thought exaggerated was the male FBI agent - he was comical, clownish, not too smart. Its as though the author tried too hard to make him less severe than his female partner who appeared to be his superior. If that was the case he would not have been accepted into the FBI. I'm nitpicking I realize but I found this irritating.
Publishers Weekly, 2009-05-11 Andrews's latest Southern charmer begins with junior lobbyist Dempsey Jo Killebrew in the crosshairs of a political bribery investigation. Suddenly unemployed and the victim of a sleazy smear campaign by her former boss, Dempsey decides to take up her father's offer of flipping a recently inherited family home in Guthrie, Ga. As it turns out, the house needs much more than a fresh coat of paint, and Dempsey's ornery cousin and her dog are squatting there. So it is that the formerly glamorous Dempsey steps into her dead uncle's overalls and chips her manicured nails as she scrubs and sands her way through fixing up the house, quickly finding a renovation groove, fitting in with the locals and embarking on a romance. Meanwhile, the FBI and a pesky reporter come asking questions about the bribery accusations. This authentic tale of cleaning up life's messes and self-discovery is bright, engaging and thoughtful, enlivened by Andrews's quirky characters and lovely backwoods setting. (July) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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