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The Secret Lives of the Kudzu Debutantes

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2007

    The Girls Are Back and Ready for Love

    The book is great. Just a funny and enjoyable as the first adventure of the Kudzu Debutantes. I couldn't put it down and truly enjoyed this new adventure. Can't wait for the next one!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2007

    Fun women rise to the top again!

    Cathy Holton has done it once again: we laugh at and along with three smart, playful, cunning women who each reach our hearts in a different way. Whether we sympathize with the long, lost marriage, with the loneliness of a divorcee or the fear of reconnecting through a second marriage, we never feel too much sorrow for these women they are strong and we love their power. As a sequel, this second book is as enjoyable if not more so than its predecessor. A reader could pick this up without reading the first and feel quickly and contentedly in touch with all the characters and scenes. Holton does a great job with developing Virginia Broadwell: mother-in-law to one of the main characters. Virginia, in all her snobbism is a comic character: invisible to herself but laughably visible to her readers. We laugh at her, her schemes and her failures as the three women continue to rule the day. Tucker in with this book for a fun, lighthearted read.

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