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Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch (2003) [Novel]
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Summary (From the publisher):

Linwood Breedlove Scott's life has officially hit rock bottom. Her husband of thirty years has run off with a stripper. The IRS has taken everything but her coffee table. And her hot flashes are four-alarmers. The only thing that could make being flat-broke and fifty any worse is having to crawl home to her parents' house in Mimosa Branch, Georgia...which is exactly where she's headed.

Lin's barely prepared for the loony bin that greets her, from her controlling, eighty-year-old mother and shockingly blunt father to her long-suffering Aunt Glory and her deranged Uncle Bedford who is convinced a cannibal lives under the furniture. Nor is she ready for the instant love-hate attraction she feels for her handsome new next-door neighbor. Trying to navigate her way through the second act of her life with nothing more than a prepaid calling card, a broken heart, and plenty of Prozac, Lin's about to discover that it's never too late for old friends, new romance, the ties of family, and a second chance to survive it all on the road to becoming the person you were always meant to be...

Original title: Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch
Original languages: English


Genre: FictionGeneral FictionHumor
FictionGeneral FictionWomen's Fiction

Edition #1: Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch

Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch (2003)
Edition Details:

Language: English

  • "A one-of-a-kind feel-good read. Hilariously on the mark, Ms. Smith's novel of life in a small southern town is the perfect combination of wit and touching sentiment." Romantic Times
  • "A veritable goldmine of southern homespun homilies and hospitality, where the Ya-Ya sisterhood would feel right at home." Booklist
  • "Girl power at its best. Add deliciously bitchy Linwood Breedlove Scott to literature's steel magnolias. Haywood Smith's wounded heroine is one of those women you want to hug and shake at the same time, as you cheer her on in her struggle for self-respect, love, and revenge. She discovers what really matters: "Friends forever", she says, "and we go on". You'll wish Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch did, too." Sandra Dallas
  • "Here's a story that proves you can go home again. Come and sit for a spell, laugh a bit, feel good again, and be delighted." Lynne Hinton
  • "Smith is on to something good here in Mimosa Branch...this one just shouts "sequel"!" Booklist
  • "Wild and wacky...filled with southern eccentricities and charm...a smart, sassy and infinitely poignant story that will touch your heart for a long time to come." Romance Review Today
  • "A winner...Fans of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood will find Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch a wonderful read."
  • "Smith accomplishes a most difficult feat for novelists allowing her characters to grow and evolve in a realistic manner. Lin learns that while marriage may be transitory, family and friends are forever." Brazosport Facts
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Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch (October 19, 2003)

Format: Paperback
Place of publication: New York
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9780312989392
Dimensions: 6.84 x 4.2 x 1.13 in
Pages: 416

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