Hell's Belles [NOOK Book]

Overview


Shaking it up at the stop-n-bowl

The belles of hell?four best friends growing up in Haddes, Georgia?had a plan. Right before graduating high school, and setting off to capture their dreams, they decided to create a "time capsule"?a letter describing their fantasies for the future. In twenty years they'd meet and see if fantasy had met with reality.

MATTIE: At forty, was the ...

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Overview


Shaking it up at the stop-n-bowl

The belles of hell—four best friends growing up in Haddes, Georgia—had a plan. Right before graduating high school, and setting off to capture their dreams, they decided to create a "time capsule"—a letter describing their fantasies for the future. In twenty years they'd meet and see if fantasy had met with reality.

MATTIE: At forty, was the man of her dreams still miles away?

DELLA: Her old prom dress no longer fit. Did her wedding ring?

ERICA: Had seen the world, and found that Hell, home and love all meant Haddes.

SHAY: Now could she stop running from her fears?

Hell's Belles were back—and though they'd traded milkshakes for margaritas, one thing still remained the same: a whole lot of shaking was about to happen in Haddes!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459244085
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 5/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Sales rank: 1,082,976
  • File size: 282 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    humorous yet poignant reunion tale

    In Haddes, Georgia the four eighteen year old friends know that their lives will be going in separate directions very shortly as they are about to graduate high school. They have been friends a long time and know they will miss one another. However, the quartet write letters where they expect to be in two decades, seal them separately, and ¿bury¿ them to be reopened when they celebrate their friendship in twenty years. Each vows to be there. --- As the years go by, Erica has become a photojournalist Mattie owns a bookstore married Della raises rug rats and Shay is a psychic. The twenty years has come and gone and now the time for the anticipated get together has arrived. Each shows up to open their letters and compare what they aspired for and how that turned out. However, when a teenage girl vanishes, the four musketeers decides they must help anyway they can. --- Readers of contemporary tales will enjoy this humorous yet poignant reunion between four teenage friends now closing in on forty years old. The mystery takes a back seat to the insightful relationship drama characters as the investigation enhances the audience¿s ability to understand the motives and personal issues that drive this fine quartet and how much each one has changed over the past two decades. Kristen Robinette provides a strong character study that showcases how much a person changes in twenty years. ---Harriet Klausner

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