Ain't She Sweet?
by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Sugar Beth Carey, the beautiful, conceited daughter of rich and powerful parents, has returned home to Parrish, Mississippi
where she made so many people miserable during her teen years. Many in town are hoping to see her humiliated—not the least being her former teacher, Colin Byrne, whose career she ruined by telling lies about him. Colin is now the owner of her former home, and plans to make her pay for every nasty thing she ever did. However, he hadn’t planned on how much she’s changed since the old days. This is a funny, spicy and poignant tale of redemption.