Let's face it, planning a wedding for any mother and daughter is no day at the spa. But does one crazy, qready-for-rehabq mother plus one headstrong, qtell-it-like-it-isq daughter equal disaster in the dysfunction equation? Lexxie Parker is a professional dancer who has struggled to swim upstream of her family's dirty little alcoholic secret for her entire life. Barely making it to the end of her twenties with her sanity and humorsomewhat intact, she's now faced with the ultimate challenge: Planning the wedding of her dreams with the Queen of Lunacy--her mother. Strap on your seatbelt for a ride to remember, and see if Lexxie's walk down the aisle is paved with hot pink chiffon or spilled vodka and tonics, in this entertaining yet poignant slice of life, that is sure to make you gasp and giggle.I decided to lease a new car. I had to. I had no other choice, and I didna#39;t have the money or the time to save Alicea#39;s transmission. ... She wasna#39;t a showgirl, she was a pastel yellow Volkswagen New Beetle. She wasna#39;t as fancy as Alice.
|Title||:||You Made This Drink, You Drink It|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2006-07-24|