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by Mary Kay Andrews

ePub Blue Christmas download
Author:
Mary Kay Andrews
ISBN13:
978-0061782985
ISBN:
006178298X
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Publisher:
Avon; Reprint edition (November 24, 2009)
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Subcategory:
Genre Fiction
ePub file:
1245 kb
Fb2 file:
1428 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
103

For my Savannah posse: Polly Powers Stramm and. Jacky Blatner Yglesias, with love and thanks. More christmas cheer.

For my Savannah posse: Polly Powers Stramm and. Mary kay�s cool yule playlist. Junior league cheese pennies.

Mary Kay Andrews writes with substance, humor, and just enough spice. Enjoy with a glass of wine, possibly a vintage from the year in which you were born.

Ships from and sold by Murfbooks. Mary Kay Andrews writes with substance, humor, and just enough spice.

The popular Mary Kay Andrews delivers a tasty holiday treat as she brings back the winning characters from Savannah Blues and Savannah Breeze for a little Southern cheer.

The popular Mary Kay Andrews delivers a tasty holiday treat as she. The popular Mary Kay Andrews delivers a tasty holiday treat as she brings back the winning characters from Savannah Blues and Savannah Breeze for a little Southern cheer.

But no sooner is she certain she's one-upped the trendy shop around the corner when Weezie notices things going strangely missing from her display.

New York Times bestselling author Mary Kay Andrews's rollicking Christmas tale featuring the beloved characters from Savannah Blues and Savannah Breeze, now with a new cover and additional holiday recipes!

But no sooner is she certain she's one-upped the.

Mary Kay Andrews takes us back to Savannah, Georgia, in Savannah Breeze, the uproarious sequel to her blockbuster New York Times bestseller, Savannah Blues. Breeze is the story of BeBe Loudermilk, a Southern belle who’d dearly like to get back at the ha. Savannah Blues (Weezie and Bebe Mysteries, by Mary Kay Andrews. Meet Weezie (aka Eloise) Foley, a feisty antiques picker, banished by her spiteful ex-husband from the house she herself restored in Savannah’s historic district, who must come to terms with a life that has suddenly change. nd not, it seems, fo. Christmas Bliss (Weezie and Bebe Mysteries, by Mary Kay Andrews.

In a suburban Atlanta neighborhood where divorce is as rampant as kudzu, Mary Bliss McGowan doesn't notice that her own marriage is in trouble until the summer night she finds a note from her husband, Parker, telling her he's gone - and has taken the family fortune with him. Stunned and humiliated, a desperate Mary Bliss, left behind with her seventeen-year-old daughter, Erin, and a mountain of debt, decides to salvage what's left of her life by telling one little bitty lie. that starts to snowball until Parker turns up dead.

Blue Christmas Andrews Mary Kay HarperCollins USA 9780060837358 : A wonderful book. A must-read come holiday time. A tasty holiday treat from New York Times bestselling author Mary Kay Andrews, as delightfully endearing characters from Savannah Blues and Savannah Breeze return to celebrate a Blue Christmas.

author of SAVE THE DATE. Mary Kay Andrews' novels consistently rank among the best-selling summer reads in America. Kirkus TV talks to her about her latest, Save the Date. View video . More by mary kay andrews.

Christmas Bliss by Mary Kay Andrews-Weezie is getting married Christmas Eve and best friend BeBe is pregnant. Weezie takes a trip to NYC at Christmas to see Daniel and the wonder of Christmas in the city. A light read that I very much enjoyed. Christmas is coming, but Savannah antique dealer Weezie Foley is doubl. rits n’Greens Casserole. Do you like to read seasonal books around the holidays? Christmas Reads Just for Fun.

'Tis the week before Christmas, and antiques dealer Weezie Foley is in a frenzy to do up her shop right for the Savannah historical district decorating contest, which she fully intends to win. Her motif is Graceland Blue Christmas, with lots of tinsel, an aluminum tree, and enough tacky retro doodads to fill the Grand Ole Opry. But no sooner is she certain she's one-upped the trendy shop around the corner when Weezie notices things going strangely missing from her display.

Despite the petty burglaries of her mysterious midnight visitor, Weezie still has high hopes for the holiday. Perhaps even an engagement ring is in the offing from her chef boyfriend, though Daniel, usually moody around the yuletide, seems even more distant than ever. Throw in some seasonal eccentricities from Weezie's decidedly odd family, a miraculous 1950s Christmas-tree pin, and a little help from the King (Elvis!) himself, and even Scrooge would have to agree there's real magic in the Savannah air this Christmas

  • Weezie Foley owns Maisie’s Daisy an antiques store in Savannah. She has her sights set on winning a Christmas decorating contest. However, she has to rethink her plan after her first attempt is sabotaged. Her boyfriend who is more of a Scrooge or Grinch to Weezie’s full on love for all things Christmas gives her the idea of doing a blue Christmas theme for her shop.

    Some weird things have been happening at her home, shop, and truck. Daniel wants her to notify the police but Weezie refuses. If you like humor with your books, the Christmas dinner scene will be right up your alley.

    This book is number three in a series and I have enjoyed them all.

  • I liked this book. I usually steer clear of prolific authors and "fluff", but I liked the idea of a young antique shop owner and the xmas theme. The characters were interesting, and I understood and empathized with Daniel's not liking xmas, since my husband is Jewish and begrudgingly puts up with me loving it, and I, like Daniel, had a mother who bailed on me early in life. The idea of little shops set around a town square and the holiday preparations were appealing to me. I'm not a chick-lit aficionado or a romance lover, so the dynamic between Weezie and Daniel wasn't important. I just wanted a little light xmas reading, and this filled the bill. My one complaint is that being set in Savannah, I expected a lot of Southern expressions and terms and there was very little of that. I also read Christmas Bliss, the sequel, but didn't care for it at all.

  • Mary Kay Andrews never lets the reader down! The book is set in one of my favorite cities, Savannah, Georgia. If you have never been to Savannah, she gives you a fun tour with her wacky characters. Now, November, is the perfect time to read Blue Christmas. I am now inspired to decorate with blue!

  • This is vintage Mary Kay Andrews! Loved this story as I have all of her others! Yay Mary Kay. This one does not disappoint. Of course the Blue Christmas is in reference to the song Elvis made popular back when I was growing up. AND blue blue blue figures into her story! So be prepared. Mary Kay captures the spirit of Christmas and the spirit of community here as in all her books. A great read for Christmas or any other time when you are looking for something fun to read.
    Barbara A. Whittington, Mary Kay Andrews Fan
    Author of Vada Faith
    Ezra and Other Stories

  • I enjoyed the other Mary Kay Andrews Weezie books, but must admit I was stunned to realize what I paid for a SHORT STORY. I didn't realize this was not a full length novel when I purchased it -- my bad for not checking it out. Another thing I'll have to watch out for when I purchase a Kindle book.

  • Sometimes it's nice to just read an enjoyable story, yet one with substance not just marshmallow fluff, and maybe a little twist somewhere along the way. Mary Kay Andrews writes with substance, humor, and just enough spice. Enjoy with a glass of wine, possibly a vintage from the year in which you were born.

  • I loved and quickly digested Mary Kay Andrews' latest delightful, entertaining piece of art....Blue Christmas! Mary Kay never disappoints her audience! I laughed out loud; I cried; I reminisced of my days growing up in the South as I read of Weezie and BeBe in their latest adventure during the Holiday Season! What a hoot! Mary Kay has such a tremendous talent of "transporting" one back to their roots! I have shared Blue Christmas with numerous friends after entertaining them with the trials and tribulations of the "girls" with Manny and Cookie....and even a dash of Elvis...who could ask for more!!

    I wish Mary Kay could whip out more novels, more frequently! One never wants to read that last page, ending utter delight and escapism. Keep them coming, Mary Kay, and more frequently! I can never decide which of your books I like best! They are all a real hoot!!

  • I you want a book that is easy to read, won't make you think to hard, and that you'll forget almost instantly after putting it down, this is the one for you. I've never read any of Mary Kay Andrew's books, and I'll never run out and buy another, but this isn't a horrible book, it just had no impact on me whatsoever. I read this for a book club assignment and all of us didn't like it or hate it. The recipes were a nice addition, but I didn't care about the characters at all. Not awful, but not good either.