Bottom Dollar Girl Series
Fun, Southern small town and cozy fiction with a dash of romance.
(Re-issued by Henery Press)
Bet Your Bottom Dollar
Welcome to the Bottom Dollar Emporium in Cayboo Creek, South Carolina, where everything from coconut mallow cookies to Clabber Girl Baking Powder costs a dollar but the coffee and gossip are free. For the Bottom Dollar gals, work time is sisterhood time
This series serves up a heaping portion of small town Southern life and introduces readers to a cast of eccentric characters. Pull up a wicker chair, set out a tall glass of Cheer Wine, and immerse yourself in the adventures of a group of women who the Atlanta Journal Constitution calls, “… the kind of steel magnolias who would make Scarlett O’Hara envious.”
“A winner of a first novel, filled with southern-style zingers and funny folks.”
—Kirkus (starred review)
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It’s not everyday a movie star steals your huband…. What happens when Hollywood descends on Caybook Creek, S.C.?
“A Dollar Short is meant to entertain, and it does. It takes talent to sustain this level of comic writing for over 300 pages. Gillespie keeps the ball in the air, spinning madly, until the end.” – The Boston Globe
“Never a dull moment…this fast-paced screamer of a romance begs a giggle, if not a guffaw..” – Booklist
“Laugh-out-loud antics as…Gillespie continues her entertaining Bottom Dollar Girls series…. Certain to please women’s fiction fans of all ages.” – Romantic Times (Top Pick)
“As tart and delectable as lemon meringue pie…a pure delight.” – Jennifer Weiner, Author of Good in Bed, In Her Shoes, and Little Earthquakes
“A fine romp of a book, well written and thoroughly entertaining.” – The Winston-Salem Journal
“A hilarious saga of loss, sisterhood and the will to survive.” – Tucson Citizen
“Bet you a dollar you’ll laugh…. This is a book to treat yourself with—and then share with sisters and friends.” – The State (Columbia, SC)
“Readers will be chuckling over crazy man-getting antics, sighing at the complexity of life, love and matrimony and maybe even shedding a tear over the heartbreak and tragedy. This novel is charismatic and replete with poignancy.” – Romantic Times
.”Each character is lovingly crafted in Gillespie’s hilarious, heartwarming, and often irreverent look at… small-town America.” Booklist (Starred Review).