The holidays are coming, and Eloise Foley is ready for them. Her antiques shop is doing a roaring trade, and with parties and family get-togethers lined up with her boyfriend Daniel, she can finally relax and enjoy herself. But everyone else has other ideas. Daniel is moody, her eccentric family have gone into overdrive, and the interiors store ...
The holidays are coming, and Eloise Foley is ready for them. Her antiques shop is doing a roaring trade, and with parties and family get-togethers lined up with her boyfriend Daniel, she can finally relax and enjoy herself. But everyone else has other ideas. Daniel is moody, her eccentric family have gone into overdrive, and the interiors store across the street is intent on sabotaging her business. To top it all off, mysterious intruders begin to frequent the shop. Is it suddenly turning into a blue, blue Christmas?
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Publishers Weekly, 2006-12-04 Weezie Foley has high hopes for Christmas this year. She's working herself into a frenzy decorating her antique shop to win the Savannah historic district decorating contest; she's searching for the perfect present for her chef boyfriend, Daniel; she planning Christmas dinner for the first time for her and Daniel's families. Add a mysterious visitor to the shop and a missing Christmas tree pin and it's almost more than Weezie can handle. Andrews's delightful characters come to life thanks to Keating's reading, which offers just the right mixture of Southern twang and upbeat lilt. She nicely captures the humor that runs through the novel and the variety of characters that populate Weezie's life. The male voices tend to come across as hoarse instead of masculine, but this doesn't detract from the overall enjoyment of a delightful Christmas tale full of memorable characters. This audio is the perfect gift this holiday season. Simultaneous release with the HarperCollins hardcover. (Nov.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
Publishers Weekly, 2006-09-04 Weezie Foley is bent on winning Savannah's downtown window-decorating contest, but as soon as she picks up the hot-glue gun, strange things start happening. Her boyfriend, Daniel, is grumpier than usual; Weezie's dog, Jethro, goes missing and is anonymously returned; a platter of bacon-wrapped shrimp is stolen from Weezie's refrigerator; and a woman is found sleeping in Weezie's shop window. Andrews (Savannah Breeze; Hissy Fit) nails idiosyncratic Southern charm and teases out a touching denouement. (Nov.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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