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Revenge of the Kudzu Debutantes

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2012

    Cathy Holton/ Revenge of the Kudzu Debutantes

    I loved this book and not knowing who the author, Cathy Holton was. I read this one of and bought all of the books that Ms. Holton has wrote. Her books make you laugh and see the characters in your mind she now is my favorite author. This is a book about friendship, getting even with those who go beyond your boundaries. The women in this series are true to their compass and will make you cheer for them during their failures and successes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2009

    great read

    I personally love all of Cathy Holton books. I love that these women were so clever and good friends. It was just a funny entertaining book to read. I honestly read her book Beach Trip first, saw that she lived in Chattannoga and was anxious to read a local womans book and loved it so much that I looked up the Kudzu books after. All of them are great can't wait until she writes another. I am hooked.I have passed mine on to all my friends and they are hooked as well.Such fun books with neat suprises.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 4, 2006

    You will laugh out loud reading this one

    This book was great. I really enjoyed it and could see it being made into a movie. The characters are enjoyable and the writing makes you laugh. You can actually visualize these characters in action. A truly fun read for women. Can't wait for her next book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2006

    A Great Summer (or anytime) Read!

    'Love is blind, but marriage is a real eye-opener.' -- So says Ms. Lavonne Zibolsky, as she is fixin' to be crowned Kudzu Queen -- right after she enacted sweet revenge on her two-timing husband. I had so much fun reading this book. Seldom does a read make me laugh out loud, but this one did, and often. Three fantasic women find strength they never knew they had, with such hilarious results. You will love the Kudzu Ball, complete with a recliner race, a Betty Cracker Cook-Off, a variety of games including the Hubcap Throw, and of course, the crowning of the Kudzu Queen. This is a fantastic read, and I can't wait to read the next book from this very talented author. If you missed taking this one to the beach this year, read it anyway, it will bring back fond beach read memories!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A fun tale starring female buddies enacting revenge southern style

    In Ithaca, Georgia, the three housewives Nita Broadwell, Eadie Boone and Lavonne Zibolsky are married to three partners at the same law firm. However each of the women feel life is passing them by. They fill the void they feel in different ways. Nita loves erotic romance novels while lusting over carpenter Jimmy Lee Motes at the same time she detests her husband, Charles who hurt her. A shocked Eadie refuses to let her spouse Trevor leave her for his twentyish secretary whom he blithely announces he will marry soon. Finally Lavonne eats ice cream by the ton out of the carton to assuage her lack of appetite for her indifferent husband Leonard.---------------- During the annual holiday office party the three wives learn that their husbands¿ annual getaway hunting trip is more about tracking expensive hookers. Angry the female trio vow vengeance on their womanizing mates when they go off into the wild chasing game this time they will hook female impersonators as the trio sets in motion a complex strategy that the Pentagon would envy..----------------------- Though the story line seems straightforward with no surprises, chick lit readers will enjoy this peachy version of the First Wives Club as the dangerous femme fatales plot vengeance with military precision. There five-step revenge methodology proves quite reliable starting with their satirical escapades at the Kudzu Ball and continuing the parody until the infamous hunting trip. REVENGE OF THE KUDZU DEBUTANTES is a fun tale starring female buddies enacting revenge southern style.----------- Harriet Klausner

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