I Gave You My Heart, but You Sold It OnlineBook - 2006
Embroiled in ex-boyfriend Quint's struggles with identity theft, "Domestic Equalizers" Debbie Sue and Edwina find themselves overwhelmed by a subsequent murder mystery that is complicated by an Internet blind date and a west Texas journey.
If you love smart, sassy fiction with some downhome Texas humor, you'll love this smashing follow up to the Dixies hardcover debut, MY HEART MAY BE BROKEN, BUT MY HAIR STILL LOOKS GREAT.
Fans of Mary Kay Andrews won't be able to resist Dixie Cash. Description Debbie Sue Overstreet and her best pal Edwina––the Domestic Equalizers––have one motto: don't get mad get evidence! So when these hairdressers/private eyes get wrapped up in a new mystery you just know there's going to be trouble. Quint Matthews, an old beau of Debbie Sue's and a heart–breakin' rodeo rider, comes to down asking for their help––his identity's been swiped by a woman he met on the internet. They agree to get to the bottom of things, and get into a whole heap of trouble. As for Quint, he's never one to learn a lesson. He's got a date in Salt Lick, Texas, with a woman he met, yep, on line––but what he doesn't know is she was put there by her own daughter!
Hearts are about to get broken all around Texas, but not before Debbie Sue and Edwina make things right for everybody!
Embroiled in ex-boyfriend Quint's struggles with identity theft, "Domestic Equalizers" Debbie Sue and Edwina find themselves overwhelmed by a subsequent murder mystery that is complicated by an Internet blind date, an unexpected romance, and a west Texas journey. By the author of My Heart May Be Broken, but My Hair Still Looks Great. 35,000 first printing.