My mother always said, “You need to act like a lady if you are ever going to be the perfect wife.” Well, that would require me to first become ‘lady like’, and then sell my soul to the devil. Down south, women were groomed to be the perfect trophy wives. One must be the total package, in order to catch a man that had sort of social ranking at the country club. To my parents and sister’s dismay, being sold off to the highest bidder in society wasn’t the life for me.
Hi I’m Molly, and anything but the southern belle type. My hair isn’t blonde and I don’t wear dresses. My shoe selection consists of my favorite chucks, and I’m lucky that I shower daily. I bite my nails and play guitar, and well my makeup regimen involves the very basics. I don’t hold any pageant titles and I’m entirely too awkward at social gatherings.
So what does one do when her younger sister finds the man of her dreams and gets married? You suck it up and put on that horrible bridesmaid dress, and explain to everyone that you are perfectly content on living alone for the rest of your life. Then, you get the hell out of there.
I just want to play my music and live my life, free of sparkles and crowns. Being twenty-five and not married wasn’t the end of the world, in reality, it is just the beginning. I am not going to worry about finding “the one” till it finds me. One afternoon I walked right into all six-foot-three rock star of it, shit.
Hi, my name is Molly, and I’m a complete Hot Southern Mess.
Now, let me start out by admitting that in the beginning of reading/editing this book I didn’t think it was going to be my cup of tea, as I’m not usually one for rocker romances or women who have their…… well, let’s just say piercings. But boy did the author proved me wrong! I loved this book! It was suspenseful, romantic, infuriating at times, and just flat out entertaining at others. It kept me wanting more and kept me intrigued to know how it was going to turn out. It’s not your typical romance novel in any way, shape, or form. It doesn’t even end typically, which, trust me, is a good thing. It’s unpredictable, with several plot twists and action scenes that just come out of nowhere (in a good way). Hot Southern Mess is a hot hit!