About The Book:
" Honey, there are secrets in this town for sure but I couldn't believe there were so many-- all buried in one family. And of all places to start digging them up-a funeral."~Vivi McFadden Heart
"I was born into a house full of secrets and bad behavior."
Rhonda Cartwright Bently is having the most important moment of her life. She has finally been asked to help cater the Governor's ball at the Emmy Awards in LA- But before the big day she has to get home to Tuscaloosa, Alabama and bury her estranged father. What she discovers in the aftermath of the funeral turns her life upside down in a matter of seconds.
Beth Albright is at her southern best with this new series of sexy romance, laugh out loud comedy, and edge-of-your-seat mystery-exactly what we have come to love in the Beth Albright brand! So grab your girlfriends and put on your seatbelts for this one-- an exciting, unpredictable joy ride though the Deep South that will keep you guessing until the final shocking pages.
I'm a huge fan of Beth Albright's "Sassy Belles" series, and was delighted to find she is continuing the stories of smart and sassy gals from the South! "Magic in Dixie" is a wonderful story of friendship at it's best - girlfriends who stick together can always figure out the most daunting problems, and this is the case in this tale.
Beth takes her readers right into the heart of Dixie with her storytelling and it is always a delight to pick up one of her novels. "Magic in Dixie" can be read as a stand-alone novel, but treat yourself to the entire "Sassy" experience and pick up the previous three novels as well. I took this book on vacation with me, and it just so happens we were in the region of Alabama that this story is set in - and I guarantee that Beth has the entire Southern experience down pat in her stories! You can almost feel the heat and hear the sweet, soft accents as you read.
I highly recommend this book, and any and everything Beth Albright writes!
About The Author:
I purchased this book for my personal library. I was not compensated for my opinion.