The Southern Belles of Honeysuckle Way

The Southern Belles of Honeysuckle Way Hailed as a worthy successor to Fannie Flagg New York Post nationally bestselling author Linda Bruckheimer follows up her acclaimed debut with a novel that brings back the irrepressible southern Woo

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  • Title: The Southern Belles of Honeysuckle Way
  • Author: Linda Bruckheimer
  • ISBN: 9780525944546
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Hailed as a worthy successor to Fannie Flagg New York Post , nationally bestselling author Linda Bruckheimer follows up her acclaimed debut with a novel that brings back the irrepressible southern Wootens The Dallas Morning News hailed Dreaming Southern, Linda Bruckheimer s first novel, as comic fast paced Vividly recreates America in the 1950s The Los Angeles TimeHailed as a worthy successor to Fannie Flagg New York Post , nationally bestselling author Linda Bruckheimer follows up her acclaimed debut with a novel that brings back the irrepressible southern Wootens The Dallas Morning News hailed Dreaming Southern, Linda Bruckheimer s first novel, as comic fast paced Vividly recreates America in the 1950s The Los Angeles Times crowned it zany, and Marie Claire magazine dubbed it a comic odyssey guaranteed to induce grins Sisters Rebecca and Carleen, along with their daughters, are headed for Blue Lick Springs, Kentucky, where they are looking forward to reuniting with their baby sister Irene for their mother s seventy fifth birthday But what begins as a road trip is really a journey of the heart for each sister as they put the pieces of their lives together before the big celebration Rebecca decides to save Blue Lick Springs single handedly from ruthless real estate developers bent on razing beloved landmarks to make way for parking lots Carleen s hoping to right the world s wrongs with her weekly pet peeve column, but when an attractive McDonald s executive becomes her subject matter, she finds herself reevaluating her marriage Encouraged by Lila Mae, Irene moves back to Kentucky to live with her ninety five year old grandmother Rather than getting away from it all, she ends up hiding in the bushes of a trailer park as she investigates an insurance scheme And their feisty mother, Lila Mae, may still have a surprise or two in store for her lively progeny.

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    1. Rebecca lives on the west coast with her wealthy businessman husband. She hasn’t lived in Blue Lick Springs, KY in years but now that she is in charge of planning her mother’s 75th birthday party, she is appalled at the way things have changed. Buildings vacant, abandoned, crumbling…all that history gone! She takes it upon herself and mostly secretly from her husband to start buying up property to bring back small town life to the home of her 95 year old grandmother who is still alive and [...]

    2. I really struggled to finish this book. A story of three sisters that put their lives in order. One sister longs for the historical antebellum home in Kentucky. She wants to save a particular house and there's a struggle to get it. There's lots of big companies buying up land and building and the book touches on the feeling of the local people about the land being built up. If they don't want it built up, they shouldn't sell it to developers. Kind of a no brainer.

    3. This book was a waste. I feel like I deserve a medal for finishing it. I didn't care about a single characterd their were way too many characters. The idea for the book seemed legit but the story fell flat. I wanted a good story about Southern women and there were a few little antidotes in there, but I seriously can't remember a harder book to finish. I think it only got published because Bruckheimer knows the right peopleor her husband does.

    4. I tried twice to read this just couldn't get into it. the words that are used to described everything in the 1st person POV are so overly flowery unrealistic that I just kept thinking that the author was copying from the YaYas and other over the top mother-daughter southern books. no one really talks to themselves like that here.

    5. This story had potential but never got anywhere. There were too many characters and so much going on with each of them. Each sister's story could have been charming and full of life on its own, but when they were all smushed together with a small town full of eccentric characters - it turned into overload.

    6. Captivating characters, accurate depiction of most KY residents I knew with an intense desire to return home, captures the conflict of living with one foot in a new modern world while keeping one foot in your home state and rural life.

    7. This book had potential, and it did not live up to it. It's a wonder its characters aren't clucking their tongues and saying, "It's jest a shame that had to happen." I liked the characters; it was the plot and storyline that disappointed me.

    8. As other reviewers have stated, this book definitely fell flat and was tough even to finish. It tries way to hard to be funny, not enough depth. Wants to set up a sweet southern family novel, but it really doesn't work. I was disappointed to say the least.

    9. I just pulled this off the shelf because it was a "Southern" book. There are some genres I can't resist. The book really came alive about half-way through. Mostly, though, I really just want to throw my daughter in the car and drive to Kentucky.

    10. Goodness gracious this was a hard book to read. Had some interesting characters, and the dialogue with its southern dialect down pat, it had promise. However, the storyline never got off and running. Do not recommend it.

    11. I'm so glad I'm not the only one who felt the way I do about this book. I couldn't make head or tail out of it until the end when they went to court. That, I understood. The cover (on the book I checked out is very pretty and enticing--don't believe it. ^__^.

    12. Pitiful waste of my time. I struggled to get through this book of 3 sisters. Too many characters too much going on and going nowhere. I did not even want to give this book one star. I have no idea how it was actually published!

    13. if I could give a 0 I would. this was awful, the end of the book should answer questions, not leave everything hanging open. unless I missed EVERYTHING, this book was not good at all.

    14. I thought this would be a rather funny, interesting "southern" book. It was okay. Some interesting characters, but they were not really developed. I thought the book fell flat.

    15. I almost didn't finish this one, but somehow I made it through. I'm not sure why, but I was never drawn into the story at all and I felt like something was missing throughout the entire book.

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