Wait and See, Annie Lee

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Beeler Large Print, 2001 - Fiction - 297 pages
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Sweetly neurotic waitress Annie Lee Fleck is prone to obsessions. She creates and names paint colors, and collects quirky sayings, 800 numbers and eccentrics with equal fervor. She should be happy -- she's got a loving husband, plenty of good friends and a home in a charming Colorado town -- but in spite of all this, she aches for a child of her own. While Annie Lee and her husband devote plenty of time to trying, their fruitless attempts combined with her overly fertile imagination begin to take a toll on their seven-year marriage. At first, Annie Lee's calls to the reassuring operators at poison control are harmless, but when Lucas overhears her seeking safety advice for her imaginary toddler, he reaches the end of his rope. It is only after a series of off-the-wall encounters involving an oversized diamond ring and its less than cordial owner that Annie Lee can finally turn her snow-globe world right side up again.

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WAIT AND SEE, ANNIE LEE

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Amusing if overextended debut about the misadventures of a Colorado waitress.Annie Lee Fleck would like to have a baby, and there's no physical reason why she can't. Her husband Lucas, an innovative ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Michelle Curry Wright lives in Telluride, California.

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