Turn Left At Sanity
Brava, 2005 M01 1 - 298 pages
In Turn Left at Sanity, Nancy Warren takes readers to a delightfully quirky, Mayberry-meets-Bedlam kind of town, where two exceedingly sensible people are about to discover that love just isn't always so sensible--and that sometimes desire can take a body to a realm far beyond all reason. Corporate shark Joe Iskerson wastes no time in getting to the heart of the matter--and getting exactly what he wants. And what he wants is to spend one brief night in Saunders, Idaho, buy up most of the land for a fertilizer plant, and get out. But nobody bothered to warn Joe that Saunders is home to an astonishingly kooky collection of outrageous eccentrics who don't seem to grasp the concept of money. Worse, the Shady Lady B&B where Joe is staying turns out to have been a former brothel which now houses retired ladies of the evening. And then there's Emylou Gainor, the Shady Lady's proprietor, pretty, warm, and apparently not afflicted with whatever derangement the rest of the town has. Emylou, for her part, has always been a levelheaded girl. But then, she's never met anybody quite like Joe before. When he's around, Emylou feels like going deliciously, wickedly insane. Or maybe that old brothel magic really is starting to finally work on her.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - blingtastic - LibraryThing
suprisingly disappointing; I found the humor heavy handed and often silly; the plot and situations fraught with cliches; main characteris are a bit one-dimensional Read full review
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Can Emmylou Sargent, heiress and young proprietress of the Shady Lady B&B, save smalltown Beaverton, Idaho, from the evil clutches of outoftown corporate honcho, Joe Montcrief, who wants to buildof ... Read full review