Mary Kay Andrews is one of my favorite authors and I am always happy to read what she writes. Her newest book, Spring Fever, does not disappoint.
Andrews has provided another great read that is full of her usual Southern charm and a bit of suspense and romance - perfect for taking to the beach or pool.
Annajane Hudgens thinks she is over her ex-husband. She is engaged to be married and as the book begins, is attending the wedding of her ex-husband, Mason Bayless. However, Mason's wedding never happens as his daughter, Sophie, gets sick just as the service begins. Annajane is still deeply involved in Mason's life - as an employee in his family's business, as his sister's best friend and as a caretaker and friend to his daughter Sophie. Her plans to leaver her small Southern town and begin life anew are also put on hold as she tries to uncover the true motives of Mason's fiancee. And, despite the fact that she and Mason both claim to have moved on and be over each other, the two seem still very much interested in each other and well matched.
I'm always a bit sad when I finish one of Andrews' books - they are so fun to read, and so hard to put down.