"A sheer delight and will have readers laughing out loud by the second page." —Daytona Beach News-Journal
Southern manners, mint julips, cold-blooded larceny, and sweet revenge collide in this rollicking tale from the delightfully charming New York Times bestselling author of Hissy Fit and Savannah Blues
The Breeze Inn is a place where very classy Southern belle Bebe Loudermilk normally wouldn’t be caught dead. But a brief, disastrous relationship with gorgeous “investment counselor” con man Reddy has cost her nearly all her worldly possessions. All that’s left is the ramshackle 1950s motel on Tybee Island, a “drinking village with a fishing problem.” Moving into the manager’s unit, BeBe vows to make magic out of mud, and with the help of the inn’s cantankerous caretaker, Harry, and her junking friend, Weezie, she soon has the motel spiffed up and attracting paying guests.
But all it takes is one Reddy sighting in Fort Lauderdale for BeBe to drop everything and haul her hastily assembled posse south to participate in a somewhat outside-the-law sting. With a little luck, BeBe might get her fortune back, Harry (who’s looking hunkier every day) might get his boat back, and Reddy might get the prison stripes he so richly deserves.