The next Southern charmer from "a talented writer" (Jackson Free Press)
Weddings are big news in the Delta town of Second Creek, Mississippi. Especially when the wedding is that of the town's new mayor, the seventy-oneyears-young Hale Dunbar, who is about to tie the knot with Gaylie Lyons, to whom he first lost his heart back in the 1940s.
Hale used to be the proprietor of the Piggly Wiggly, which closed a few years back. Unfortunately Gaylie's spoiled children are trying to shut down the wedding as well. They're putting up a stink about her move to this small Southern town, no matter how lovely the neighbors are. It falls to the town's matrons, the Nitwitts, to get the kids on board-and pave the way for more than one new beginning in Second Creek.
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In Second Creek, Mississippi, septuagenarian town mayor Hale "Mr. Choppy" Dunbar is marrying his sweetheart Gaylie Lyons of Lake Forest, Illinois whom he met and lost his heart to back in the 1940s and has not seen her since until recently. Her two adult children Petey and Amanda oppose their mom remarrying and relocating. Gaylie and Hale decide to invite both of them to spend time in his town so he can gain their support. The local Nitwitts prepare for war because they want their mayor happy with the love of his life. This army of southern matrons and belles are planning to charm the northerners with sweet tea, but if that fails they will give the intruders a taste of steel magnolia justice as only a Mississippi Delta iron maiden can. The third Piggly Wiggly Mississippi delta tale WALTZING AT THE PIGGLY WIGGLY and KISSING BABIES AT THE PIGGLY WIGGLY is a terrific second chance at love for senior citizens. The story line oozes Southern charm using humor to bring to life the local eccentric Nitwitts who know the world is changing faster than the speed of the internet as affirmed that the title supermarket in their town has been closed for several years. Fans of regional sagas will enjoy the capers of the Iron maidens as they prepare to either charm or rout their guests (or intruders as the case may prove) in the second war of northern aggression. Harriet Klausner
No. Im no slut. I like having "nook parties". You wouldnt know because you dont know me. And i clearly dont know you, liar. Nor do i want to