Betty Sweet Tells All by Judith Minthorn Stacy

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Scandal has rocked the small Southern town of Poplar Grove, and it all seems to be about Betty Sweet's daughter, Maggie She's gone and left her husband of nineteen years and taken a job in the local beauty shop. And she's reconnected with her old high school sweetheart, too.

No one is more shocked by Maggie's behavior then her tight-knit, by-the-book Southern family. Her twin seventeen-year-old daughters are mortified and her grandmother is refusing to speak to her. Of course, Betty is stuck in the middle of it all.

But when Betty unexpectedly meets someone special, she soon discovers for herself that the course of true love is never smooth. With a little encouragement from her best friend and some newly discovered inner strength, Betty comes to grips with her own happiness and helps Maggie do the same.In its heartwarming and uplifting finale, Betty Sweet Tells All proves that even in the most troubled times, true love and family prevail.


About Judith Minthorn Stacy

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Stacy is a humor columnist for several newspapers.
Published April 30, 2002 by Harper. 256 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Betty not only has her hands full trying to reconcile two equally stubborn women, she has to deal with being the town scandal when it becomes clear that Maggie has run off with her high school heartthrob, Jerry.

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