Review of Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck by Molly Harper

Marianne McCready has big plans that don’t include moving back to Lake Sackett, GA in Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck.She wants to go to law school and live in the city. But after her mother guilts her into coming home for the summer, Marianne runs into her old high school boyfriend, Carl Dawnson. Marianne broke up with Carl because she found out he wanted to marry her and that didn’t fit in to her plans for her life. Will a summer spent back in Lake Sackett change everything Marianne thought she wanted?

It was odd that this is supposed to be book two in the Southern Eclectic series and yet book one isn’t out yet. Also, it takes place before book one. So odd. I did like this introduction to the McCready family and their odd business combination of funeral home/bait and tackle/food service. They’re a big, crazy family and I love them. Carl never really got over Marianne and she feels the same, so it’s just a matter of her figuring out what she really wants for her life. I’m excited to see what’s next for the McCreadys.

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