Hissy Fit

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Harper Collins, Aug 17, 2004 - Fiction - 419 pages
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Welcome to the world of Mary Kay Andrews, where manners are polished, reputations are tarnished ... and revenge issweet.

Keeley Murdock's wedding to A. J. Jernigan should have been the social event of the season. But when she catches her fiance doing the deed with her maid of honor at the country club rehearsal dinner, all bets are off. And so is the wedding. Keeley pitches the hissy fit of the century, earning herself instant notoriety in the small town of Madison, Georgia.

Even worse is the financial pressure A.J.'s banking family brings to bear on Keeley's interior design business. But riding to the rescue -- in a vintage yellow Cadillac -- is the redheaded stranger who's purchased a failing local bra plant. Will Mahoney hires Keeley to redo the derelict antebellum mansion he's bought. Her assignment: decorate it for the woman of his dreams -- a woman he's never met.

Only a designing woman like Keeley Murdock can find a way to clear her name and give her cheating varmint of an ex-fiance the comeuppance he so richly deserves. And only Mary Kay Andrews can deliver such delicious social satire. With Hissy Fit, she's created a story as outrageous, dishy, and true as Savannah Blues and Little Bitty Lies.

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User Review  - mmoj - LibraryThing

This is one hilarious book. I had read Savanah Blues by Mary Kay Andrews and enjoyed it so tried another - this one. From the first chapter I completely sympathized with Keeley, Andrew's gutsy ... Read full review

Fun read!

User Review  - strawwench - Overstock.com

Mary Kay Andrews has a way with character development and words. Very fun way to pass the time. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Mary Kay Andrews is the New York Times bestselling author of 24 novels, most recently The Weekenders,†as well as 10 critically acclaimed mysteries.†A former reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, she lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

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