There's something about a girl done wrong, a quaint little beach motel and a scruffy old fisherman (who's actually pretty dang hot under all that scruff) that makes for a great summer read.
I just finished reading Savannah Breeze and I loved it! I was so happy to find out that there's a previous book, Savannah Blues, that has the same characters. I just got that one on eBay last night and can't wait to get it and tear into it!!
Savannah Breeze takes place in two of my very favorite places, beautiful, historic Savannah (duh!) and Tybee Island. It's about Savannah socialite, BeBe (pronounced BayBay) Loudermilk, a thrice-divorced (twice to the same man) successful businesswoman who falls for a con man who takes everything she owns, her home, her rental properties, even her daddy's gold watch. I totally saw this coming, though!! BeBe ain't too bright when it comes to men. Waaaaaay too trusting. Anyway, she loses everything except a little rundown 1950's motel out on Tybee, which she is forced to fix up, with the help of cantankerous boat captain, Harry, and her BFF, Weezie. They whip that place into shape just in time for the St. Patty's Day Savannah crowd. And then, along with Spencer, BeBe's beloved and funny grandfather, they set out to get back everything that BeBe lost.
I loved it. I even loved the cover!! How adorable is that??
This book is hilarious, it's a little suspenseful and it absolutely makes you want to stand up and cheer at the end.
It's the perfect tale of good old southern revenge and why you should never, ever mess with a southern girl's heart OR her faux-leopard mules.