After reading Sweet Tea and Sympathy, I searched for more of Molly Harper’s work and was thrilled to find there was a prequel novella in the series. Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck, is an entertaining read.
Molly Harper’s writing is snarky, witty, and so much fun. She weaves her amusing style through her heart-filled stories, and makes her characters and small town authentic. I feel like I know the people of Lake Sackett, Georgia, and I’ve fallen in love with them.
I learned about Marianne and Carl in book #1 (book .5—not book 2, as Amazon portrays) and was thrilled to become more involved in their second chance story. Both humorous and touching, I’ve come to expect no less from Ms. Harper.
If you enjoy the second chance love trope, and heart-filled, uplifting, and engaging stories, the Southern Eclectics series is a winner. I’m looking forward to the next book in the series, Peachy Flippin’ Keen, to be released April 2018.
Publisher: Pocket Star
First Line: If Marianne McCready any slower, the Georgia Highway Department was going to slap a “derelict” sticker on the back of her cute little red mustang and call it a day.
I received a complimentary copy from NetGalley.