Spring Fever

Spring Fever First husbands Annajane truly believes she is over her ex husband Mason They ve been divorced for four years she s engaged to a terrific new guy and she s ready to leave the small North Carolina to

  • Title: Spring Fever
  • Author: Mary Kay Andrews
  • ISBN: 9781250081131
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • First husbands Annajane truly believes she is over her ex husband, Mason They ve been divorced for four years, she s engaged to a terrific new guy, and she s ready to leave the small North Carolina town where she and Mason had so much history She is so over Mason that she has absolutely no problem attending his wedding But when fate intervenes and the wedding is calledFirst husbands Annajane truly believes she is over her ex husband, Mason They ve been divorced for four years, she s engaged to a terrific new guy, and she s ready to leave the small North Carolina town where she and Mason had so much history She is so over Mason that she has absolutely no problem attending his wedding But when fate intervenes and the wedding is called to a halt as the bride is walking down the aisle, Annajane begins to realize that maybe this happened for a reason And maybe, just maybe, she wants Mason backSecond chances But there are secrets afoot in this small Southern town, and soon Annajane discovers that change can bring out the worst in people even her own friends and neighbors and uncover family scandals Happiness could be hers for the takingd the life she once had with Mason could be in her future But first Annajane must find out what she s really made of, and what really matters most A winsome love story and compelling family drama an idyllic small town setting and surprising twists and turns Booklist

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    1. The kinds of book we enjoy really are matter of personal taste. I downloaded this audiobook and actually listened to the entire book, being to lazy to download another. Why one star? I was not able to relate to the dysfunctional characters and the illogical story line. I kept asking myself questions about the plot. For example, what exactly makes Anna Jean so important to the company? She apparently sat on her butt in her office for five years, feeling sorry for herself, watching sales decline a [...]

    2. This was a very fun audiobook. I brought it into the house to finish as I was cleaning and my husband kept laughing at the little bits he was hearing. He finally said he thought the book was pretty funny. I really enjoy Mary Kay Andrews especially as an audiobook.

    3. Written for : Beyond Reading3.5 starsSpring Fever was so essentially sweet. When I read the blurb, I thought it was going to be an explosive reuinion - exes arguing and rehashing the past to move on. I didn't expect it to be such a tentative, loving joining. I think the characters were well-rounded through and through, with Annajane positively shining as a strong, dedicated heroine (despite ditching her marriage) and Mason being as honest as he was. Background characters tend to lack depth, bei [...]

    4. This is a MUST READ y'all. If you only read one MKA book, let it be this one - please!I absolutely love MKA, and I think this is my favorite book of hers that I've read so far. She is such a talented writer and has such a beautiful way of captivating the reader's attention to a story. I love how she slowly and carefully weaves details and backstory for the characters throughout her books. I love that she constantly includes humerus southern-isms and names into the stories, which made them slight [...]

    5. Spring Fever was a slow-starter for me. It had an incredible amount of back story that dragged on and was confusing at times. (I found myself getting lost between the past/present and having to re-read.) In fairness, most of the back story was needed to support the plot and romance. Eventually the story picked up pace about half-way through and I grew to like Annajane and Mason. Reading about the adorable antics of 6-year-old Sophie and her pink pocketbook made it all worth it.Anything written b [...]

    6. This is the 3rd book in the last few weeks that I've read by Andrews. In fact, it was a review of this book that caused me to read the other ones because the older books were available at the library while I waited (i.e name placed on the wait list). In some ways, in an uncertain world where people's real stories often turn out horribly, it's nice to read some books where the ending is happy but plausible. This book falls in this category. Sometimes that bad things that people do catch up with t [...]

    7. Not great literature, but fun enough to listen to in the car between destinations. I met the author once, and was totally charmed by her,so it's fun to pick up one of her books occasionally. Also liked the bits fo soft drink company-isms, as I once dated the son of a VP from once of our national chains. The house had the soda logo all over the place. On my first visit, there were a slew of gifts for me with the logo, too: tee shirts, tote bag, pillow, jewlery box, bracelet, earrings, socks "What [...]

    8. Another great Mary Kay Andrews story. She keeps you guessing till the very end and all ends well as usual. Loved Annajane's feisty bestfriends Pokey.

    9. Spring Fever is most definitely Andrews' best work, to date (though I can't quite reconcile the title to the story. I suppose if everyone was at as much of a loss when attempting to come up with another title as I seem to be, it's fitting enough. Still)I could not put this one down, and enjoyed every minute of it. The classic tale of family secrets, sibling rivalry, small-town drama (gossip), long lost love, people who are not at all what they seem to beMy husband kept interrupting me, asking "G [...]

    10. This book moved on reeaaaally slow….rambling on and on and never really getting anywhere. Spring Fever starts with Annajane Hudgens attending the wedding of her ex-husband, Mason Bayless. They've been divorced for several years, she's engaged to a new, terrific guy, and she's ready to start new life. Sounds like interesting beginning but I didn't like that there were too many flashbacks and by the time we reach chapter five, the wedding circus still goes on. I had to force myself to continue r [...]

    11. Chick lit books. I have a love/hate relationship with these books. I love the familiarity of them, the comfort, and the mindless page turning. But they, like many genres, have a formula. And it almost always involves a happy and far-fetched ending. In the latest book I devoured, compliments of the public library, this was certainly the case once again. In "Spring Fever" by Mary Kay Andrews, our protagonist, Annajane Hudgens, believes she is over her ex-husband, Mason. Mason, of course, is good l [...]

    12. I have really enjoyed some of her other books. I love a book that can make me laugh out loud and I have always found this with her books. This one.t so much. Although it was an easy read and kept my interest I am missing the wit brought forth in her previous books. I totally disliked Mason. I need a stronger male character and I found him lacking and kind of a wuss. I did get that the main characters loved each other but didn't really know why. And if their love was as enduring as portrayed I'm [...]

    13. Oh child! This is like Red Velvet cake, Diet Dr. Pepper, fried okra - good old Southern family and "made" family Skeletons in the closet Lawdy! I loved it! (Chuckle)

    14. My first 2018 book. MKA has always been consistently writing about weddings and marriage. I am so glad I have read this. It was full of drama. Strong characters and consistent plots. It’s all about the love-hate relationship.

    15. I am not quite sure what I thought. As some of my other reviews note, I enjoy love stories. But lately, I keep picking up ones where the conflict is so contrived that I just can't feel any sympathy for the characters. What I don't understand is what was going on in the five years that Annajane and Mason were split up. Five years a long freakin' time!!!I find it very hard to believe that anyone could stand working in the same office, pining over someone for five long years. And then actually atte [...]

    16. I was so excited to receive this galley from NetGalley. I love Mary Kay Andrews, her books are always so entertaining with great characters, and of course the setting in the south - a weakness.Annajane had been madly in love with Mason for it seems her whole life. She stays clear of him for five years, after a short attempt at a marriage. But when she attends his wedding to Celia, a business wonder, she realizes she is definitely not over Mason, although she herself is engaged. Thankfully, Mason [...]

    17. This has probably been my favorite MK Andrews book yet. I'm such a sucker for Cheerwine though that I just really loved the storyline involving the fictitious Quixie beverage which was written based on Cheerwine. The main characters feels about Quixie mirror mine about Cheerwine, so this book was just perfect for me. I finished it while at the beach, and it is a great light beach read!

    18. This book may have been more like 4.5 stars for me.I just loved it! The small town NC setting, the Quizie/Cheerwine, the characters, all of it! Of course it all got wrapped up very neatly (too neatly?) at the end, but I expected that, and it made me happy!

    19. Would've been a better read on the beach! I love a cute summer chick-lit book when my toes are in the sand. Not my typical genre to read, but a cute, fast read nonetheless.

    20. Spring Fever is my favorite MKA book since Savannah Breeze. It had everything I love about her books-a fun and quirky Southern setting, a stubborn but lovable man, a heroine that knows how to fight for what and who she wants, a fabulously wild best friend, and a thoroughly enjoyable story. And, huge bonus points for a heartbreaking second chance romance and a huge plot twist(!) at the end. There's a truly precocious (and adorable)child who really stirs things up. The antagonists were a bit over- [...]

    21. I thought this one was great! The story-line was easy to follow, and the character development was good. Thought the ending was a bit erupt and could have added another chapter or two with more of an epilogue.

    22. It was pretty good but kind of went on forever at the end, tying everything up. Overall I enjoyed it.

    23. This is definitely one of the best adult contemporaries I've read.Lately I haven't read any good books and usually when that happens I resort to contemporary/chic lit so that I can cheer up before exploring other genres that didn't work this time around. I read a couple books of 'bad' books back to back and it only made me feel worse.And then I found this. The main reason I decided to pick this up was because it seemed to go along the lines of people who break up and then get together. I tend to [...]

    24. I have been a fan of MKA for years, ever since I read Savannah Blues many years ago. I was quite pleased when I first saw this book had come out, and couldn't wait to get into it.I honestly have no idea what happened here. The first half of the book is mired down in flashbacks. After that, it veers off the rails to become the most soapy, melodramatic thing I have ever read, and I've read V.C. Andrews. There's affairs, more affairs, suspicions of affairs, secret children, secret pregnancies, fake [...]

    25. Fever by Mary Kay Andrews (Summer Rental)*ARC Supplied by Publisher*This is a book about second chances It is about when life hands us a ‘do-over’ do we have the depth of character and maturity to take a chance on getting things right the second time around. It is about Mason’s integrity and his abiding love of a family business that will keep a town from going under. It is about Annajanes ability to love and trust someone that she has a few doubts about.Annajane and Mason have just such a [...]

    26. Spring Fever is a fun cinematic romance, the kind of story that would work as a romantic comedy movie. In fact it reminded me a little bit of Sweet Home Alabama. Annajane had a crush on Mason Bayless, her best friend Pokey's big brother when she was a kid but he doesn't notice her till she is 19. They have a summer fling that leaves Annjane with a broken heart when Mason seems to forget about her when he returns to college. They reconnect a few years later at Pokey's wedding when Mason convinces [...]

    27. Annajane Hudgens returns to Pascoe, North Carolina for the wedding of her ex-husband, Mason Bayless, to the beautiful Celia. She has no problems attending the wedding since they were divorced several years ago and she is now engaged to a wonderful man. She is planning to leave town with her fiancé in the very near future, with a new job and a new life. She’s very much over Mason…or so she thinks.When Mason’s five year old daughter is stricken with appendicitis before the wedding vows can [...]

    28. Mary Kay Andrews is a splendid author and her latest novel, Spring Fever, is one of her best written books to date! The novel is set in the fictional town of Pascoe, NC. The entire town's livelihood is based on the Quixie cherry soda plant that is a local family owned business. The main characters are all tied to Quixie in some fashion and the book opens as one of the owners of Quixie, Mason, is about to get hitched. In the congregation his first wife, Annajane, (who is an employee of Quixie and [...]

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