By DIXIE CASH
Big apple urban is miles from Salt Lick, Texas, in additional methods than one, yet Debbie Sue Overstreet and Edwina Perkins-Martin are rarin' to head. the simplest friends/beauty store owners/private-eye companions were provided an all-expense-paid journey to the nationwide organization of non-public Investigators conference within the long island. Debbie Sue sees the invitation as validation, yet Edwina has one target: to get her toes right into a pair of super-glam dressmaker footwear, no longer simply had again domestic. Yee-haw! As an indication of items to return, the 2 Texas tornadoes do not even get out of the kingdom with out inflicting pandemonium on the Dallas airport. And after they land within the colossal urban they meet Celina, a small-town librarian who is broke and bereft from getting robbed, and Cher, an amiable "working woman" with a middle of gold. Taking them lower than their wings, they head correct for difficulty as Edwina approximately begins a revolt within the inn bar. however the ny hasn't noticeable nothin' but! whereas supporting shy Celina connect to a hunky younger police detective, the household Equalizers bumble their means right into a homicide research which can turn out leaving Debbie Sue deceased and Edwina stone-cold in her new Jimmy Choos!
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You’re a hard woman to please, Edwina Martin. Now, let’s talk about what we’re taking to New York. ” “Shopping? For what? ” Debbie Sue fidgeted in her chair. Clothing—the sort of, or lack of—was never an easy subject to broach with Ed. The woman had her own idea of fashion. Unconventional, unapologetic and unlike anything most people had ever seen. “I’m just saying, Ed, we’ve got to be sure we look professional. Sharp. ” Edwina removed a shoulder-length earring and tugged on her left earlobe.
Granny Dee put down her fork and smiled. ” “But I didn’t quit thinking about it. ” Dewey leaned toward Granny Dee. “Did she say ‘detective’? Like a private eye? ” Granny Dee smiled sweetly. “Not quite, Dewey. James Bond is a spy. ” “My goodness, that’s not very long off. ” Taking a deep breath, Celina straightened in her chair and held her head a little higher. “It’s in New York City. ” Celina watched and waited. Her grandmother neither moved nor spoke. It was worse than she had imagined. She had thrown the most important person in her life into a catatonic state.
She forced herself not to chuckle. “Hi, Dewey. Did Granny Dee tell you what’s on the menu tonight? ” “She sure did. I was hungry when I came through that door, and now that I’ve smelled that roast, I have to agree with you. I’m starving, too. ” Granny Dee gave him a simpering smile. She might have been born in New York, but tonight, dressed in a frilly blue dress with tiny bows at the sleeves and matching blue bows in her hair, she looked every bit the Southern belle. She ushered them into the dining area, her hand lingering just a second longer than necessary on Dewey’s forearm.
Don't Make Me Choose Between You and My Shoes by DIXIE CASH