Her 69-year-old mother Gwynn Crockett Martin has become an entrepreneur and opened up a cupcake bakery that seems to be doing double duty as a halfway house for economically battered Junior League dropouts.
If that's not enough to make Wynn want to turn tail and run home, her mom is hell bent on convincing her to "heed the call of Jesus" and come to the aid of a woman that made Wynn miserable in high school - Sara Beth Bishop. And by aid, Wynn's mother means concoct a plan to exact epic revenge on Sara Beth's lying, cheating, spray tanning, money stealing ex-husband and his new wife, snob-of-the-millennium, Yale Greenly.
Things go from bad to worse when Wynn finds herself embroiled in a scheme that involves breaking and entering, theft, assault, livestock wrangling, killer mold, impersonating a maid, hair spray bomb fabrication and crashing the town's poshest society event of the year - THE Mohair Palace Pageant. If Wynn can survive this visit home without doing time in the ER, jail, or both, it will be a miracle!
Hang on to your hat and saddle up for a retribution rodeo or, as Wynn's mom calls it . . . "justice served up Lone Star style."
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About the Author
Sherry can also be seen on morning television as "Dear Snarky" dispensing "21st century advice with an attitude" and she has a weekly column in the Kansas City Star that features her unique take on life.
Sherry's background is in broadcast journalism. She's an award-winning producer and journalist having worked for various television stations in Texas, CNN, The Wall Street Journal Report, Public Television and other news media outlets.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I. Can't. Stop. Laughing. This book had me laughing out loud so many times. Like serious guffaws and a couple of howls. Anyone who has lived in, visited, or heard of TX needs to read this book! The characters are so dead-on accurate. I feel like tbe author writes in authentic voice- like we're just sitting around and she's telling a story of what happened to her last week. Loved it! Please write more!
A book so Texas it makes me want to back comb my hair, spray it into submission, and head out looking for trouble. This rollicking good yarn is as tasty as the sweet revenge Wynn Butler lovingly dishes out to society snobs--with the help of her loyal band of entertaining misfits. I can hardly wait to ride shotgun on Wynn’s next adventure.