Friday, November 26, 2010

Review: My Heart May Be Broken, But My Hair Still Looks Great by Dixie Cash

My Heart May Be Broken, But My Hair Still Looks Great
Dixie Cash {Myspace}
Series: Domestic Equalizers #2
Publisher: Avon
Published: September 1, 2006
Format: Audio Book
Source: Public Library
Genre: Contemporary
Characters: Paige McBride, Spur Atwater, Debbie Sue Overstreet, Edwina Perkins
My Rating:

Heat Level: 2/5
This is smart, sassy fiction with some terrific Texas humour. With a fantastic set of characters, including the best set of trouble makin' gal pals since Lucy and Ethel, this book is bound to capture female readers of all ages!

When we last saw Debbie Sue Overstreet and her pal Edwina they were running the Stylin' Station hair salon and their detective agency the DOMESTIC EQUALIZERS. For them, there's no heartbreak that a little hairspray and a little poking around can't solve. But when Paige McBride comes to town (Paige is a little spoiled and a whole lotta rich), trouble follows. Horses start disappearing, and to make matters worse, local vet Spur Atwater is the object of Paige's desires.

Hair will be styled, horses lost and found, casseroles will burn, and justice will come to all who break the law. But not before Debbie Sue and Edwina get themselves, and Paige, into a whole lotta trouble.
Paige has been living her life as a spoiled little rich girl when her daddy suddenly decides to cut the purse strings. Now quickly approaching 25, she has to get a job but she has no marketable skills what so ever.

Paige literally runs over the hottest cowboy she's ever seen. But Spur Atwater knows a spoiled daddy's girl when he sees one, and wants nothing at all to do with Paige. Too bad his "roommate" has other plans and won't let Spur forget about Paige.

I enjoyed this one just as much as the first one. It was nice to watch Paige grow out of that rich girl image into a more thoughtful caring woman. Edwina and Debbie Sue of course make lead appearances that keep you cracking up the whole way through. Characters from the first Domestic Equalizers novel make brief appearances such as Quint and CJ.

My Heart May Be Broken, But My Hair Still Looks Great has just enough mystery as its predecessor and an abundance of humor. Another great addition to the series.


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