Mary Kay Andrew has finally written another story which brings back the fun and entertainment that she had with Savannah Blues.
Savannah Breeze opens at a black tie function where we meet BeBe Loudermilk, a triple divorced restaurant and property owner who just met up with the handsome and seemingly perfect Reddy. The two of them instantly heat up and start a relationship. While BeBes begins to have visions of Reddy being the "one" her grand mother becomes ill and is hospitalized. While faced with an overwhelming amount of duties in her personal and professional life, BeBe allows Reddy to step in and help her out with her finances and business dealings. Without even knowing what hit her, Reddy walked off with everything BeBe owned except her car, restaurant, clothes on her back, and The Breeze Inn: an old out dated motel on Tybee Island that Reddy acquired for some reason and put in her name.
Without having a home to live in, or the money to run her restaurant, BeBe decides to take a look at the Breeze Inn and see what she can make of it. When she arrives, BeBe meets up with Harry the irritable older maintenance man who was hired by the previous owner to fix up the place. Harry and BeBe certainly do not get along because they have a differing opinion of what should happed to the motel. Harry think she should keep it and fix it up, and BeBe wants to knock it down and sell off the property to the highest bidder. Since the motel seems to be in limbo with another possible owner, BeBe is forced to make the best out of the temporary situation and just fix up the hotel and try and bring in some much needed money.
As things are finally coming along for BeBe at the motel she gets word from her lawyer that Reddy was spotted in Florida running a scam on another unsuspecting victim. So with the help of her friend Weezie (from Savannah Blues) Harry, and BeBes grandfather, they hightail it off to Florida to get her money back and to get even with Reddy.
What follows in the story is the perfect mix of summer fun, romance, and revenge. You will love fixing up The Breeze Inn with Weezie, watching the attraction between Harry and BeBe grow, the pure enjoyment of a woman scorned getting even and learning that you can be happy in life without a lot of material things if you simply enjoy what you are doing.
The review of this Book prepared by Annie Strasburg