Miserable and depressed after yet another failed relationship, Dixie has been roped into playing chauffeur on her grandmother and great aunt's annual pilgrimage to Graceland. The only thing worse than being depressed and alone with a pint of ice cream is being depressed and accompanied by a couple of batty septuagenarians with Elvis obsessions.
It's all well and good until the ancient Cadillac breaks down in the middle of nowhere. The only shelter available is at the decrepit, mafia-run Viva Tupelo Hotel and Casino. As they are checking in to the hotel that has seen far better days, Dixie sees the last person she expects: her ex. The man who dumped her without a backward glance.
Nick never wanted to be an undercover agent. He was pretty happy with his IT position in a local field office and the curvy brunette who made his head spin. But by virtue of having the right look and the ability to sing, he was suddenly an Elvis impersonator spying on a mob boss. And the curvy brunette who made his head spin just walked into the middle of his first and only sting operation. He's not sure who's going to kill him first - the mob boss he's burning or the woman who could blow his cover!
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Short but Sweet Funny and Enjoyable
- Romance junkie
Sweet Dixie & Elvis
Most definitely short easy to listen and funny, who wouldn't like a break in their day with a good audiobook. Unlike most short stories this ended in a way that felt complete, don`t get me wrong I would love a full length novel with these characters.
Well as an Elvis fan that was my #1 but Frankie was unforgettable, she had me in fits of laughter.
Seriously all of them, she had me from the first chapter. Her Dixie was fantastic, Frankie brilliant but she was wonderful with all the male characters. I think she has another stalker to deal with, sorry Suzanne.
My only extreme reaction was laughing a little to loud while doing my grocery shopping and everyone stopped to look at me.
This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.”Wrapped I lucked out and scored a good one to review