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Publisher's Summary

Eadie Boone, an artist and former beauty queen, tackles everything with gusto and flair. But tailing her wayward husband is proving to be an exasperating chore. Nita Broadwell, a good Southern girl from a good Southern family, is jolted out of complacency when she discovers condoms in her husband's shirt pocket. Meanwhile, she is slipping into a steamy romance with a hunky handyman 13 years her junior.
Lavonne Zibolsky is saddled with planning the annual Broadwell & Boone law firm party. That and her lackluster marriage have her seeking solace in the refrigerator.
Bound by years of friendship, the women heed their collective spousal betrayals as a wake-up call and band together to exact sweet revenge. The take-charge trio will see to it that the punishment is just, exquisitely humiliating, and downright hilarious.
©2006 Cathy Holton (P)2009 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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Critic Reviews

"Hell hath no fury, as the saying goes, and the wives concoct a deliciously devious scheme....Irresistibly entertaining, Holton's debut is hilarious, a cunning, rollicking addition to the popular Southern 'steel magnolias' genre." ( Booklist)
"Genuinely hilarious moments...and characters that would make good friends." ( Kirkus Reviews)
"[Skewers] idiosyncratic social mores in the New South." ( Publishers Weekly)
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4 out of 5 stars
By Robbie on 05-09-11

Pleased

This sort of book isn't always my cup of tea, but I must say I quite enjoyed the "Debs". Cathy Holton does a good job of creating characters that you care about and keeping the story flowing. The narration was done well, though not flawlessly. A different delivery could have made the humorous parts funnier, and there were some mispronunciations, but overall she did an adequate job.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Karla on 07-11-17

Perfect Southern Summer Beach Read!!!!

I loved this!!! I laughed and laughed!! And I pumped my fist in the air!!! Just a ton of fun!

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