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Savannah Breeze: A Novel Paperback – January 30, 2007
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In this spirited sequel to 2001's Savannah Blues, Southern belle BeBe Loudermilk continues to attract the wrong kind of man. Thrice married and divorced, her latest romantic debacle involves Ryan Edward "Reddy" Millbanks, an unscrupulous financial consultant who takes her for nearly everything she owns. All BeBe has left is the Breeze Inn, a run-down motor hotel on Tybee Island, a quirky beach town. With the help of best friend Weezie, an antiques expert with a talent for turning garbage into gold, BeBe is determined to make the property a success. She soon butts heads with Harry, the Breeze Inn's ornery caretaker, but her efforts pay off: seemingly overnight, the Breeze Inn is fully booked and bustling. But when Reddy surfaces via yacht down in Lauderdale, BeBe hits the road with Weezie, Harry and her grandfather (who manages to tear himself away from the Weather Channel) to find the reprobate and make him pay. A former journalist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Edgar nominee Andrews writes with tongue firmly in cheek, presenting a cast of eccentric characters and a plot that's decidedly over-the-top. It's light, pastel fun. (Apr.)
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BeBe Loudermilk always picks the worst men, and Reddy Millbanks III is no exception. They meet at a ball and she falls for his charm and good looks. Unfortunately, he steals her money, her business, her home, and her dignity, effectively ending her upscale life in Savannah and saddling her with a rundown motel, the Breeze Inn, on Tybee Island. The motel seems hopeless and the manager-cum-handyman even worse. Harry Sorrentino is working at the motel until he can buy his boat back and return to his life as a fisherman, and he is not prepared for the high-strung new owner and her friend, Weezie, who transform the drab inn into shabby chic. BeBe then concocts a plan to fleece Reddy with the help of Weezie, Harry, and BeBe's grandfather. This motley crew gets in and out of hilarious jams, while BeBe discovers what is really important to her. This truly enjoyable sequel to Savannah Blues (2002) is packed with Andrews' trademark wit and humor. Patty Engelmann
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However, the first 1/4 of the book was so unbelievable I wanted to scream. First, her 2nd husband was sent to prison for looking at computer porn? What? That was so strange and odd. No one goes to prison for looking at porn unless it's child pornography which the book did not state. I didn't understand that whole concept. Didn't the author do any research or were we suppose to believe it just because she said it? Probably 80% of America would go to prison if you could get arrested for looking at computer porn.
Then we are suppose to believe that a competent and very smart business woman who had been supporting herself and building her business for 15 or so years would just sign papers and hand everything over to some guy she just met? Seriously? I mean she had JUST met the guy. She new him for all of what? A week? Someone that ignorant would not have been able to build up a business like she had. I mean she had been married 3 times - she wasn't some wet behind the ears 20 year old. If I had not paid $10 for the book, I probably would have stopped reading it right then. Which would have been a shame because the rest of the book was well written, funny, interesting and fun to read.
So I liked the last 3/4 of the book but the first 1/4 was stupid.
CAN'T wait to read her next book, this was just that good. I recommend it to everyone who wants to laugh outloud, be sad, angry, hopeful and come to terms with what is truly important in life. I especially got a huge kick and laugh in the beginning when she put an object thru the mail slot at her ex boyfriend s - read the book!!!!
I have NEVER enjoyed reading for pleasure despite trying many times and failing to finish any book I picked up. I randomly came across this book while on vacation 2 months ago. I gave it a try and now I am on my third Mary Kay Andrews book!