Book Review

by Beth Albright

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

2013 Contemporary Love & Laughter Nominee

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The Sassy Belles are back and sassier than ever! These steel magnolias show us just what it’s really like living as a Southern belle in a cradle-to-grave football town. With clever dialogue and richly drawn characters, Albright shows once again she’s a natural-born storyteller, who knows how to pen a charming tale. Regardless of game-day colors worn, this sexy and fun Southern series will have readers coming back for more!

Blake O’Hara Heart’s best friend, Vivi Ann McFadden, is seven months pregnant and getting married to the man of her dreams, Lewis Heart, who is also the star announcer of the Alabama Crimson Tide. However, when a psychic warns her that Lewis has another woman in his life, Vivi soon discovers he is already married! Blake is on the job, though, using her skills to investigate. On kick-off day, and with the clock ticking, can Blake get her friends to the altar on time or will all her efforts result in a game day fumble? (MIRA, 336 pp., $14.95)

Reviewed By: Susannah Balch

Publisher: MIRA

Published: August 2013

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4.5 Stars

Average Rating: 4.5 Stars
(9 ratings)

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I have read this Book and

Submitted by crazyzoarhaina on August 6, 2014 - 4:06pm.

I have read this Book and That Book have so much Knowledge about Weddings and I also found wedding vows in this Book. Some Character of this Book is really Active and Perfect.

Very Light Read

Submitted by adam gottbetter on March 24, 2014 - 5:53am.

I found this book to be a bit more "chick-lit" ish than the first in the series. On that note, it was still a fun, very light read. I was looking for something with a bit more mystery like the first one, but it was fun reading it.
Just a short notice - as these books build off one another, readers need to read the first in series first due to the character development. - Adam Gottbetter