Savannah Comes Undone, the second book in Denise Hildreth’s Savannah Series is a pure pleasure. Savannah’s mother chains herself to a statue of the Ten Commandments and Savannah, writing human interest stories for her newspaper, is supposed to cover the event.
Too bad Savannah is embarrassed to death. Savannah Comes Undone, the sequal to Savannah from Savannah, is mainly the story of Savannah and her mother, but there’s so much more. Savannah is trying to reunite with an old flame. The fact that his wedding to another woman is approaching doesn’t discourage her. Another man is trying to win her interest, but Savannah is too busy hiding from her mother and obsessing about the old boyfriend to notice.
Quirky characters and the southern charm Hildreth used so well in her first book are present in abundance in this novel. Watching Savannah Come Undone is fun, in a light summer read. -- Mary Conneally, Christian Book Previews.com
Savannah, Georgia, is in an uproar when Savannah’s own mother chains herself to a much-disputed monument downtown! A mortified Savannah stubbornly refuses to acknowledge the spectacle-she’s got enough to do with a new job, moving into her own apartment, and making a last-ditch effort to win back an old flame. But a mysterious stranger, a curly-haired hottie, and visit from the president have Savannah turning in circles that may leave the whole town dizzy!
Told in the wry voice of an adult child of a drama queen, Denise Hildreth’s sophomore effort is packed with humor, love, and wisdom-with a southern accent!