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Bobbie Faye's Very (very, very, very) Bad Day by Toni McGee Causey
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Feb 08, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: chicklit-romance-womensfiction

Hilarious! Kick butt girl takes on the world! Or, at least Louisiana.

Bobbie Faye is a gal I would love to meet, but fear ever meeting--if you know what I mean!

I was first intrigued by this book due to its book trailer. It's hilarious! And it doesn't exaggerate. It is totally the book.

Bobbie Faye, responsible for her niece while her sister dries out (long story), awakens to find her her trailer resembling a swimming pool (another long story). Before long, Bobbie Faye, who is the Contraband Days Queen--doncha know--is on a life-and-death whirlwind chase through swamp, salt mines, metal yards and more. Why? Because of her brother (long story) and the Contraband Queen crown that's been passed down through the years (another long story).

Hilarious. Kick butt. Great read. Nothing touches it and nothing touches Bobbie Faye.

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