I Still Dream About You

I Still Dream About You

Audiobook CD - 2010
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Meet Maggie Fortenberry, a still beautiful former Miss Alabama. To others, Maggie's life seems practically perfect -- she's lovely, charming, and a successful real estate agent at Red Mountain Realty. Still, Maggie can't help but wonder how she wound up in her present condition. She had been on her way to becoming Miss America and realizing her childhood dream of living in an elegant old home on top of Red Mountain, with the adoring husband and the 2.5 children, but then something unexpected changed everything. Maggie graduated at the top of her class at charm school, but all the finesse in the world cannot help her now. Since the legendary real estate dynamo Hazel Whisenknott, founder of Red Mountain Realty, died five years ago, business has gone from bad to worse -- and the future isn't looking much better. But when things seem completely completely hopeless, Maggie suddenly comes up with the perfect plan to solve it all. Maggie has heartbreaking secrets in her past, but she soon discovers that everybody has secrets of their own.
Publisher: New York : Random House Audio, p2010.
ISBN: 9780739353998
0739353993
Branch Call Number: FLAGG
Characteristics: 9 sound discs (10 hr., 30 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

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Chapel_Hill_TracyB Apr 27, 2018

Wonderfully southern, sweet, and filled with people I wish I knew. Don't look for huge plot or action or even revelations. Enjoy the good people of small town South and how wonderfully Flagg draws them to express the things we all think, want, and feel.

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glennside
Oct 06, 2015

I didn't find this book very interesting in the beginning but it drew me in and I enjoyed the story very much. Fanny Flagg's books are always a good read if you just want to escape and learn a little something through the experiences of Fanny's characters.

bbonier May 04, 2014

Charming story about a woman who's life seems perfect to everyone else but herself. She decides to do something about it, but life keeps getting in the way of her plans. The story combines humor with a little mystery and even has a "villain". There is a message here for all of us. I think most authors do not do a good job of reading their own material, but Fannie Flagg is wonderful.

deborah2252 Jul 18, 2012

I don't care that all her books sound kind of the same. She always writes about strong women and I love that. Flagg's writing makes me smile.

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lorenemiller
Jun 02, 2011

subtly humorous. The "mystery" gets wrapped up nicely. gives a good look at the Civil Rights movement from different perspectives.

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BigOrange
Jan 10, 2011

Always like her books, though they are getting a tad predictable.

tokyotower Dec 17, 2010

First half was boring to me. I almost gave up. But the middle was pretty interesting. Glad not to give up.

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