Sunday, April 12, 2009

Savannah Breeze by Mary Kay Andrews


Savannah Breeze by Mary Kay Andrews

BeBe Loudermilk has it all. She is a successful and wealthy Savannah businesswoman, several lucrative real estate investments, a popular Savannah restaurant, and good looks. When BeBe attends a charity ball, she meets a handsome and exciting man named Reddy. Reddy is quick to step in and help out when BeBe becomes over-whelmed with all of her responsibilities but it isn't long before BeBe realizes she has been whiped out by the handsome conman.

Left with nothing but a run-down cheap motel, BeBe must figure out how to survive and formulate a plan to get back what was taken from her dragging her best friend Weezie, her grandfather, and her hot handyman on a wild caper.

To be honest, this is a book I probably would have never picked up at the bookstore. No particular reason, just isn't the type of thing I normally read. But since the car accident I have had a hard time concentrating. So, my mom brought this book over to me. It was just what the doctor ordered. Fun, light, and really cheered me up. I ended up really liking it a lot.

4 comments:

Diane said...

I listened to an audio of this one a while back; it was fun!

Literary Feline said...

I am glad you enjoyed this one. Sometimes you really do need something light and fun.

Kris said...

oh good - glad you liked it. I plan to read this one at some point this year.

BookAddict said...

It was really fun and will definitely read the others. It is certainly a nice change of pace from the gloom and doom I usually read!!