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"Gone With A Handsomer Man is fun, funny, and fabulous." --Janet Evanovich
"West's diverting debut plays nice variations on several mystery subgenres—Southern, romantic, screwball, culinary.... Readers will look forward to more helpings of Teeny Templeton."
"Warm, funny page-turner. Teeny is a delightful heroine and Charleston, S.C.’s historic district is the ideal setting."
--RT Book Reviews
“A fresh, funny and delightfully flawed heroine that you’ll fall in love with from the get go. Teeny is a trouble magnet, and it is wholly diverting to follow her tumbling joyride through bad men and good recipes. By turns sweet and surprising, it’s a wonderful, quirky escape.” --Joshilyn Jackson, NYT bestselling author of Backseat Saints
“Great cook --- though reluctant detective --- Teeny Templeton keeps the pot bubbling as she dishes out pathos, humor, and intrigue in equal measure... A delicious début to this new series.” --Lee Smith, NYT Bestselling author of The Last Girls
"A story as delicious as the food she describes... sprinkled with startling insights... soaked with humor, mystery and redemption." --Patti Callahan Henry, NYT Bestselling author of Driftwood Summer
Michael Lee West is the author of six novels, including Crazy Ladies, Mad Girls in Love, American Pie, and She Flew the Coop, as well as a food memoir, Consuming Passions. She lives with her husband on a farm in Lebanon, Tennessee, with three bratty Yorkshire terriers, a Chinese crested, assorted donkeys, chickens, sheep, and African Pygmy goats. Her faithful dog Zap was the inspiration of a character in Mermaids in the Basement.
Liked the story line. Kept me reading. Didn't want to stop. Looking for sequel. Seems like ending open for one.Published 3 months ago by lynn bentley
I didn't care for the descriptions of the sex scenes between Coop and Teeny, but I did enjoy the book and the surprise ending.Published 4 months ago by Gramma D
Cute quick read. I did not like how it ended. Guess I will have to read the sequel. Thank youPublished 9 months ago by P_fonseca
I loved this book! Michael Lee West writes a southern cozy mystery with a poetic cadence that is mesmerizing, putting the reader smack dab into her southern world with an... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amy Metz
Sometimes silliness is fun, but in the case of this book, silliness is merely tedious. I probably should have realized that from the title and the fact that the main character is... Read morePublished 12 months ago by justjean
I love mystery novels, but I found this book too silly to enjoy. Teeny does not use her brain very often. I am used to the likes of Robert Crais and Rhys Bowen. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kindle Customer