Keeley Murdock's wedding to A. J. Jernigan should have been the social event of the season. But when she catches her fiance entangled with her maid of honor at the rehearsal dinner, all bets--and the wedding--are off. Keeley pitches the hissy fit of the century, earning instant notoriety in the small town of Madison, Georgia. Even worse is the financial pressure A. J.'s banker family brings to bear on Keeley's interior design business. But riding to the rescue--in a vintage yellow Cadillac--is the red-headed stranger who's bought a failing local bra plant. Only a designing woman like Keeley Murdock can find a way to clear her name and exact revenge at the same time.
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1 . Good storyline - great characters
Posted October 20, 2010 by JENNREADS , USAGood southern girl kind of story with humor, daily struggles of relationships of all kinds (friends and family alike), some mystery thrown in for good measure and a few unpredictable turns. All in all a good read - the writing style of Mary Kay Andrews is modern, fresh, and enjoyable.
May 03, 2005
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Excerpt from Hissy Fit by Mary Kay Andrews
If it had not been for my fiance's alcoholic cousin Mookie I feel quite sure that my daddy would still be a member in good standing at the Oconee Hills Country Club. But Mookie can't drink hard liquor. She can drink beer and wine all day and all night and not bat an eyelash, but give her a mai-tai or, God forbid, a margarita, and you are asking for trouble.
It was my rehearsal dinner, which the Jernigans were hosting, and I was the bride-to-be, so I don't believe I should have been the one responsible for keeping a grown woman and mother of two away from the margarita machine, even if she was one of the bridesmaids.
Nonetheless, I was the one standing there when Mookie went spinning out of control across the dance floor, and I was the one who got sprayed with a good six ounces of strawberry margarita. And across the front of my blue raw silk Tahari dress too.