At 66 years old, Martha Browne, daughter of a snake handling preacher gone missing, is desperate to find love before her time runs out. Her latest prospect, 43-year-old Arthur Endicott, the new priest at her adopted Episcopal Church, shows great promise, though unbeknownst to her, he's been banished to Amity for engaging in unseemly behavior in a gay cruising park in the city. As Arthur tries to redeem himself and reconstruct his destroyed life, he must contend with narcissistic Martha, who challenges him at every turn. Along the way, he and the other citizens of small-town Amity, Kentucky, seek love for themselves. In this Altman-esque tale told from multiple points of view, a large cast creates an interwoven tapestry wherein each character carries a part of the whole story. The full picture comes into focus in a climax of murder, mayhem, and a little bit of magic.
About the Author
P. A. Lassiter grew up on a cattle and wheat farm in the Midwest and now lives a bi-coastal life, dividing her time between Seattle, Washington, and Key West, Florida. She holds degrees in English Literature, Psychology, and Computer Science, and her alter ego wrote two best-selling computer books that have been translated into a dozen languages and used as university texts. She is returning to her first love – fiction – by penning a series of humorous, sexy novels set in small town Kentucky.