Going Home to Dixie

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The small town of Gemini, Georgia is all abuzz about hometown boy Creighton Wellington’s nuptials to a highly pretentious “Pamela-not Pam” of a well-to-do Birmingham family. Buzz Central is The High Point of Beauty hair salon owned by Dixie Harper who happens to be the mother of Creighton’s ex sweetheart, Brandy. In order to forget Creighton, Brandy attended NYU, moved to Alaska, and then to Key West. Back in Gemini, Brandy’s cousin, Frangelico Reeves, and jet setter Fi Lipscomb are also faced with their own star crossed love affairs.
As fate would have it, Brandy returns home to renovate her mother’s 1950’s era kitchen the same week as her ex-boyfriend Creighton’s engagement party at his family’s estate “Allegra”. The engagement party of the year is suddenly changed to the wedding of the year. The whole town is ensnared in the twists and tangles of old flames, late-night happenings at “Fran’s Booze and Bands” bar, and salon gossip. Throw in the president of the Magnolia Garden Club – Miss Evelyn Wellington, Bobbie Lee Whitt - “Miss Plains Peanut”, and “Lucky”, a homoSEKshul according to Miss Evelyn, who happens to be Gemini’s triple-threat cosmetologist, wedding director, and pageant coach, and you’ve got comedy, romance, suspense, and a southern novel to capture your heart.
If you like the novels of Mary Kay Andrews, Jennifer Crusie, or Jill Connor Browne’s Sweet Potato Queens, you’ll love Going Home to Dixie!

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