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Keating is simply delightful in the first-person role of BeBe Loudermilk, a thrice-divorced Southern belle and restaurant owner who falls for a gorgeous, smooth-talking con man who tricks her out of all her money and possessions. Putting on a lively Southern accent, Keating embodies BeBe perfectly, evoking her theatrical personality (wailing melodramatically over her loss), her self-deprecating humor and her never-give-up determination as she tries to pick up the pieces by getting a dilapidated motel up and running. Keating also creates distinct, believable voices for the other characters: a lazy drawl for BeBe's grandfather, whose absent-mindedness hides a shrewd mind; a gritty tone for Harry Sorrentino, the cantankerous hotel caretaker who alternately exasperates and attracts BeBe; and even voices of minor characters, including a Valley Girl–sounding young woman named Emma and a Spanish-accented bank teller. The audiobook is abridged, but you'd never know it: it flows seamlessly. It's a rollicking, entertaining story from beginning to end. This audiobook production makes an already enjoyable book even more fun, perfect for beach listening.
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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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Product Details

  • Paperback: 464 pages
  • Publisher: Harper Paperbacks; Reprint edition (January 30, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0060564679
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060564674
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 1 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (280 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,795 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Perfect Beach Read

Mary Kay Andrew has finally written another story which brings back the fun and entertainment that she had with Savannah Blues.

Savannah Breeze opens at a black tie function where we meet BeBe Loudermilk, a triple divorced restaurant and property owner who just met up with the handsome and seemingly perfect Reddy. The two of them instantly heat up and start a relationship. While BeBes begins to have visions of Reddy being the "one" her grand mother becomes ill and is hospitalized. While faced with an overwhelming amount of duties in her personal and professional life, BeBe allows Reddy to step in and help her out with her finances and business dealings. Without even knowing what hit her, Reddy walked off with everything BeBe owned except her car, restaurant, clothes on her back, and The Breeze Inn: an old out dated motel on Tybee Island that Reddy acquired for some reason and put in her name.

Without having a home to live in, or the money to run her restaurant, BeBe decides to take a look at the Breeze Inn and see what she can make of it. When she arrives, BeBe meets up with Harry the irritable older maintenance man who was hired by the previous owner to fix up the place. Harry and BeBe certainly do not get along because they have a differing opinion of what should happed to the motel. Harry think she should keep it and fix it up, and BeBe wants to knock it down and sell off the property to the highest bidder. Since the motel seems to be in limbo with another possible owner, BeBe is forced to make the best out of the temporary situation and just fix up the hotel and try and bring in some much needed money.
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In this sequel to Savannah Blues BeBe Loudermilk is on an emotional rollercoaster and I was right with her every step of the way. I laughed, I felt her pain, I got angry, and I cheered her on for her revenge. I also didn't want her to mess up another chance for love. Her friend Weezie brings along her decorating skills and her loyalty to her friend. All in all this is a fun non-stop action read and a quality follow-up. A big thumbs up for this one.
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If you liked "Savannah Blues" this book won't disappoint. This story is told mostly through the eyes of Southern femme BeBe Loudermilk, unlike "Blues" which was all Weezie's story. Although the plot is wildly improbable, the characters are charming and irresistable. BeBe, a strong yet totally southern "steel magnolia" gets taken for everything by a slick con man. Together with her best friend Weezie, and a few other accomplices, they try to track down the scoundrel to deal with him. The most interesting aspect of the story is how BeBe deals with her reversal of fortune. Although the outcome is no big surprise, the journey is humorous and touching.
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With three divorces notched on her belt and only thirty-five, Savannah high society BeBe Loudermilk is seeing financial consultant Ryan Edward "Reddy" Millbanks III. However, this time her poor choice in men haunts her without going down the aisle; he embezzles most of her money. Her only asset is the dilapidated Breeze Inn on Tybee Island.

Her best friend antiques expert Weezie agrees to help BeBe convert her motel into a four star place (make that three stars). However, at the Breeze Inn, BeBe and manager Harry spend their time arguing over what should and should not be done. However, to everyone's shock, the cheap renovations work and the Breeze Inn becomes an in spot. When Reddy surfaces in Lauderdale, BeBe accompanied by Weezie, Harry, and her grandfather on hiatus from weather watching TV, head south to swindle the rat.

This madcap satirical crime thriller is so much fun to read as BeBe and company set in motions a wild plan ironically to extort her money back from Reddy. The cast is eccentric, crazy, and enjoyable to follow their antics; mindful of a Maverick in which he sets up a swindle to trick the shark who originally conned him. Fans of an amusing way out jocular thriller will appreciate the sequel to the just as nutty entertaining SAVANNAH BLUES.

Harriet Klausner
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Mary Kay Andrews has written SAVANNAH BREEZE about a social climbing, 30 something heroine with real estate holdings, a successful restaurant, and a wonderful social life in Savannah, Georgia who quickly has to make the preverbal 'silk purse out of a sow's ears'. We go on this whirlwind ride with Be Be Loudermilk as she looses almost every thing that she owns to one crafty, good looking swindler. In the process of getting retribution, Be Be gains a rugged lover, endearing friendships, even greater respect from her dear old Granddad, and a retro -fitted 1950's Sea Breeze dilapidated cabins cum "Luxury Inn".

The reader goes on a adventure with these characters that has us cringing in our seats with the risks involved, while cheering on a clever scheme devised by Be Be to get back everything taken from her --plus some. Beauty and brains in a heroine, and suspense and laughter for the reader. Never a dull moment while we enjoy the breezes, and the blizzards, of this writing by Mary Kay Andrews. Remember the sun screen because you will be reading this book from sunup to sundown while sipping your favorite summer drink!!
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