To Neil Rucker, seven months, one week, and a day is too long to wait in between dates. But life as a Spanish language teacher to missionaries in Ecuador affords little opportunity for romance. When his worst student, Jay Jarvis, suggests a respite in Greenville, South Carolina, so begins Neil's delirious summer. Neil sees his chance to meet a sweet succession of southern women, but little does he know that the girls of Greenville are now more elusive than a snowflake in the Ecuadorian jungle. As they church-hop in search of the perfect man, Neil tries to find the perfect girl among the Neapolitan choices: a demanding redhead, a joy-riding blonde, and a very tardy but intriguing girl with raven hair and a pierced eyebrow. Who knew relational gumbo would look like this?Yesterday evening Alexis and I went to the Monday night classic car show on Laurens Road. ... I took note of how Old Mustangs and Camaros were bringing big dollars, so I left Lex for a moment and went over and sat in my Caddy and prayed to God about what I was ... Then I thought about how the Cellar might go under if someone didna#39;t do something to afford repairs. Then I ... I turned up the radio loud.
|Title||:||A Delirious Summer ( Book #2)|
|Publisher||:||Baker Books - 2004-05-01|