The Homewreckers: A Novel

Written by:
Mary Kay Andrews
Narrated by:
Kathleen Mcinerney

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
May 2022
14 hours 29 minutes
Summer begins with Mary Kay Andrews, in this delightful summer read about flipping houses, and finding true love.

'Narrator Kathleen McInerney exudes beach-read energy in this entertaining audiobook....Listeners will be swept up in the complicated plot and enjoy the entire wild ride.' -AudioFile on The Homewreckers

Hattie Kavanaugh went to work restoring homes for Kavanaugh & Son Restorations at eighteen, married the boss’s son at twenty, and became a widow at twenty-five. Now, she’s passionate about her work, but that’s the only passion in her life. “Never love something that can’t love you back,” is advice her father-in-law gives her, but Hattie doesn’t follow it and falls head-over-heels for a money pit of a house. She’s determined to make it work, but disaster after disaster occurs, and Hattie’s dream might cost Kavanaugh & Son their livelihood. Hattie needs money, and fast.

When a slick Hollywood producer shows up in her hometown of Savannah, Georgia, she gets a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: star in a beach house renovation reality show called The Homewreckers, cast against a male lead who may be a love interest, or may be the ultimate antagonist. Soon, there’s more at stake than bad pipes and dry rot: during the demolition, evidence comes to light that points to the mysterious disappearance of a young wife and mother years before.

With a burned out detective investigating the case, an arsonist on the loose, two men playing with her emotions, and layers upon layers of vintage wallpaper causing havoc, it's a question of who will flip, who will flop, and if Hattie will ever get her happily-ever-after.
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Easy listening, liked the narrator

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Chris P.

Loved this book! This was such a fun and lighthearted read. Perfect summer read!

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Mary B.

The narrator annunciated each word. It made it hard to listen to this book The flow of the voices was not appealing

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Rudy S.

Being from Savannah and having a house on Tybee Island, my wife and I liked all the references to the area, but that was it. The book is very, very slow and mind numbingly predictable. I'm honestly shocked by the reviews that liked it and/or couldn't "figure it out." Also, although it tries to throw in elements of romance, it's obviously written by someone who's not exactly worldly when it comes to sex or adult relationships. My wife actually burst out laughing several times in the supposed "romantic" scenes. So that was somewhat fun as unintentional humor is the best. Overall, it seems like it was written for young teens or somewhat sheltered adult women.

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Melissa P.

Very good and I couldn’t figure out who done it until the end and it ended good. Hope there is a sequel to it.

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Really enjoyed !

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