- Marsha Moyer's
The Last of the Honky-tonk Angels is a charming follow-up to her debut
novel The Second Coming of Lucy Hatch.
- Lucy Hatch is in the
rose-colored, tone deaf stage of falling in love with Ash Farrell. At
thirty-three, the recently widowed Lucy Hatch is discovering not only is
she sexual, she positively loves looking like the heroine of a romance
- Once the husband of
Marlene and the father of Denise, Ash has had his share of conquests. Lucy
is unlike anyone he's met working as a carpenter by day and
country-western singer on the weekends. When Marlene drops teenaged
Denise, known as "Denny," into their lives, Lucy and Ash are forced to
confront and rethink their attitudes toward love, marriage, and family.
- Everyone in Mooney,
Texas -- all the people who watched Lucy and Ash fall in love -- feels the
urge to offer advice and opinions about how to handle a teenager, whether
or not the couple should marry, and what kind of wedding they ought to
- The Last of The
is a sweet and winsome tale.
- Marsha Moyer lives
in East Texas and worked at the University of Texas before starting her
second career as a novelist.
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