Peachy Flippin' Keen

Peachy Flippin' Keen

A prank war erupts in Lake Sackett, Georgia and coroner Frankie McCready has to turn to the gorgeous but surly new sheriff for help in Molly Harper’s newest Southern Eclectic novella, perfect for fans of Kristan Higgins and Amy E. Reichert.The McCready Family Funeral Home and Bait Shop has crickets running rampant in the store and hot sauce in the Snack Shack’s ketchup bot...

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Title:Peachy Flippin' Keen
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Peachy Flippin' Keen Reviews

  • Jennifer

    Peachy Flipping Keen is a fun start to Frankie’s story. I can’t wait to find out more about Eric, the sheriff in town. Also I hope Frankie takes down that little shit, Jared.

  • Jeri

    This is a novella mainly focusing on Frankie, the sassy undertaker and county coroner. The family is in the midst of a prank war when a one night stand turns up and announces he is the new sheriff! Yikes!

    I received an eARC from the publisher through NetGalley.

  • Sophia

    After reading some great reviews on earlier additions to this series and experiencing my first book by the author a short while ago, I decided to take the plunge into Lake Sackett, the McCready family, and all the fun smalltown living can bring.

    Peachy Flippin Keen follows after book one. I hadn't read the earlier books, but this novella actually worked great. It's not a standalone story, but it works well as a first read to the series. Here, let me unconfuse you... It introduces the players and

    After reading some great reviews on earlier additions to this series and experiencing my first book by the author a short while ago, I decided to take the plunge into Lake Sackett, the McCready family, and all the fun smalltown living can bring.

    Peachy Flippin Keen follows after book one. I hadn't read the earlier books, but this novella actually worked great. It's not a standalone story, but it works well as a first read to the series. Here, let me unconfuse you... It introduces the players and the setting to the series and the next novel-length book about Frankie McCready and Eric Linden. There are a few plot threads with a little resolution, but its very obviously just an intro and not a complete story on its own.

    I had a good time with this one though at first I thought my antipathy toward the snarly Frankie was going to get in my way. Frankie has a cynical outlook and comes across as rather spoiled- and, to herself, she'll admit that she is. She lives at home with a doting set of parents and the family cabin is nestled among the rest of the family. She has a job she loves working in the funeral home side of the family run funeral home and bait shop along the lake and she has part-time work as the County Coroner.

    The story gets rolling when Frankie encounters the new sheriff, Eric Linden, and discovers that he's the guy she had a one night stand with and did a grab her clothes and run in the middle of the night because she was terrified when she caught feelings since she prefers the hit it and quit it method.

    The sheriff is none too impressed with one Frankie McCready. And, this is when I started to have fun. Frankie is doing all the narration so not once are Eric's thoughts revealed though she thinks she has him pegged. This was the moment that through family and friends observations of the way she bristles up and gets snarly around the sheriff that she likes him, but doesn't like the fact that she can't use her usual ways (favors from family and friends and knowledge of her small town giving her an advantage) to get her way. He's a by the book, solid law man and she likes to cut corners and do whatever it takes. They butt heads and she is in denial that there are any sparks there.

    There's an accidental death on the lake that has them working together and there are several acts of vandalism to McCready family businesses to keep everyone busy. This shorter piece ends at a good point leaving the reader ready for more hijinks from Lake Sackett and ready to see what comes next between Frankie and Eric.

    The humor, small town quirky charm, and plotting were utterly engaging and I can't wait to dive into Ain't She a Peach as well as go back for the earlier stories with Frankie's cousins. Definitely recommended.

    I rec'd this book from NetGalley to read in exchange for an honest review.

  • ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆

    I highly enjoyed this fun and southern novella! This was a quick read that I devoured easily in sitting and was desperate for the next in the series to get some answers and it was based off my fave, Frankie McCready! From reading the first book in the series, I really enjoyed Frankie's character. Frankie is a bit of a misfit and always is rocking some wild fashion statement. She's a southern rock chick which I can totally relate to that. I can also relate to the fact that she battled something h

    I highly enjoyed this fun and southern novella! This was a quick read that I devoured easily in sitting and was desperate for the next in the series to get some answers and it was based off my fave, Frankie McCready! From reading the first book in the series, I really enjoyed Frankie's character. Frankie is a bit of a misfit and always is rocking some wild fashion statement. She's a southern rock chick which I can totally relate to that. I can also relate to the fact that she battled something harsh like cancer and still has to deal with people treating her a certain way or not understanding because she was sick a lot. She is also just so freaking hilarious! I love it!

    The reason I am not giving this a novella a five star rating is because it just left too much hanging like I don't even know if you would call it any cliff hangers. I am hoping though that it will all make sense in the next book but overall this was a highly enjoyable read with the unusual McCready southern charm that I never want to miss out on!

    I want to thank NetGalley and the publishers for providing me with an eARC in exchange for an honest review. I appreciate this opportunity and all views expressed are my own.

  • Gaele

    Despite my having a TBR that is taller than I am, I couldn’t wait to dive into this book. Frankie is the undertaker for the McCready Funeral Home and Bait Shop in little Lake Sackett, as well as the county coroner. After surviving childhood leukemia, she spends her days living life exactly as she chooses: novelty t-shirts, inappropriate footwear, rabid loyalty to family and a determination to give every client in her downstairs office the best treatment possible. She’s also determined to live li

    Despite my having a TBR that is taller than I am, I couldn’t wait to dive into this book. Frankie is the undertaker for the McCready Funeral Home and Bait Shop in little Lake Sackett, as well as the county coroner. After surviving childhood leukemia, she spends her days living life exactly as she chooses: novelty t-shirts, inappropriate footwear, rabid loyalty to family and a determination to give every client in her downstairs office the best treatment possible. She’s also determined to live life on her own terms, which is why she travels to Atlanta to ‘let loose’ away from prying eyes. But, her last trip somehow followed her home in the form of the new police chief, a man she thought was left in Atlanta.

    As if having him here isn’t enough to cause her grief, his disbelief at her qualifications and his inability to interact with any sort of ‘human feeling’ she’s also got Jared Lewis causing trouble. Son of the county manager, he’s yet to ever receive any punishment and she’s going to remedy that. From having the ‘real’ impressions of Jared, which she shares with his parents “when Jared eventually gets caught doing something awful that lands him in a cell with a roommate named Big Larry, I want you to remember something. People blame the mother for a reason.” She could now honestly tell her family she’d tried.

    If you are a fan of Molly Harper – you’ll love Frankie – she’s gutsy, funny as hell and totally lovable – even in her most prickly moments. From her laughing at her mother and her “Disney Princess” approach to anger, to her quiet menace as she quietly explains “Mama always said that if you can’t say anything nice, it’s best to just smile until the murderous urges go away….Well, she doesn’t say it often, Ike. That’s how you end up with witnesses.” She’s also one of those people whose compliments, while well-intentioned are always funny, and her reactions are almost better.

    “Frankie tilted her head and stared at Landry for a moment, as if she’d just watched a turtle play Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony on a harmonica.” HOW can you not love that?

    I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.

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  • Michele

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com

    Peachy Flippin’ Keen was a quick but highly entertaining novella in Molly Harper’s Southern Eclectic series where we got to know Frankie McCready, the local coroner, a whole lot better. With her funky fashion sense and abundance of sassy wit, she was one heroine I fell for right away.

    Although this can be read as a standalone, Peachy Flippin’ Keen is the continuing story of the McCreadys in Lake Sackett, Georgia. A quirky family who combined two unlikely

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com

    Peachy Flippin’ Keen was a quick but highly entertaining novella in Molly Harper’s Southern Eclectic series where we got to know Frankie McCready, the local coroner, a whole lot better. With her funky fashion sense and abundance of sassy wit, she was one heroine I fell for right away.

    Although this can be read as a standalone, Peachy Flippin’ Keen is the continuing story of the McCreadys in Lake Sackett, Georgia. A quirky family who combined two unlikely businesses in one location: the McCready Family Funeral Home and Bait Shop, and who pretty much all live on one piece of land they call “the compound”. Leave it to Molly Harper to create a group of likeable Southern rednecks who love each other as fiercely as they bicker and argue. And I loved every single amusing moment of our time with them.

  • ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆

    I highly enjoyed this fun and southern novella! This was a quick read that I devoured easily in sitting and was desperate for the next in the series to get some answers and it was based off my fave, Frankie McCready! From reading the first book in the series, I really enjoyed Frankie's character. Frankie is a bit of a misfit and always is rocking some wild fashion statement. She's a southern rock chick which I can totally relate to that. I can also relate to the fact that she battled something h

    I highly enjoyed this fun and southern novella! This was a quick read that I devoured easily in sitting and was desperate for the next in the series to get some answers and it was based off my fave, Frankie McCready! From reading the first book in the series, I really enjoyed Frankie's character. Frankie is a bit of a misfit and always is rocking some wild fashion statement. She's a southern rock chick which I can totally relate to that. I can also relate to the fact that she battled something harsh like cancer and still has to deal with people treating her a certain way or not understanding because she was sick a lot. She is also just so freaking hilarious! I love it!

    The reason I am not giving this a novella a five star rating is because it just left too much hanging like I don't even know if you would call it any cliff hangers. I am hoping though that it will all make sense in the next book but overall this was a highly enjoyable read with the unusual McCready southern charm that I never want to miss out on!

    I want to thank NetGalley and the publishers for providing me with an eARC in exchange for an honest review. I appreciate this opportunity and all views expressed are my own.

  • Sionna

    *I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

    3.5 stars

    Suprisingly enough, I liked this novella more than I liked the previous entries in this series. Mostly, this might be because I like Frankie so much. She made the book vibrant and fun! Yes, the range of other characters and their quirks make the book interesting too, but Frankie is just plain awesome. Margot and Marianne are interesting too, but reading about them in their books was a bit dull... Perhaps

    *I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

    3.5 stars

    Suprisingly enough, I liked this novella more than I liked the previous entries in this series. Mostly, this might be because I like Frankie so much. She made the book vibrant and fun! Yes, the range of other characters and their quirks make the book interesting too, but Frankie is just plain awesome. Margot and Marianne are interesting too, but reading about them in their books was a bit dull... Perhaps Frankie's novella is more interesting because it was shorter?

    I will say this novella is definitely a lead in for the next book Ain't She a Peach and it feels like it. Nothing is really figured out, but it is all introduced and Frankie has finished trying to be nice. It feels more like a sneak preview than a standalone, which is how I prefer even my novellas, which is why I took off half a star. It seriously does feel like the beginning of a book -- and if cut down could possibly be included in the next book... maybe, I have yet to read it.

    But, I did like reading this, so I'm glad it exists... quite a conundrum I'm feeling.

    So, I'm glad I hopped on this and I look forward to reading the next book soon.

  • Jacob Proffitt

    Don't be taken in. This isn't a story. It is, at best, an extended prologue to

    . And I have to admit, I'm a bit upset that none of the storylines setup here are resolved here. I'd feel foolish if I'd had any indication for what it is, but since I didn't, I'm blaming the story. At least if fit into Audible's Romance package so I'm not out anything but the wasted time listening. And, since it's Amanda Ronconi narrating, I don't really begrudge the time. So two stars for being a t

    Don't be taken in. This isn't a story. It is, at best, an extended prologue to

    . And I have to admit, I'm a bit upset that none of the storylines setup here are resolved here. I'd feel foolish if I'd had any indication for what it is, but since I didn't, I'm blaming the story. At least if fit into Audible's Romance package so I'm not out anything but the wasted time listening. And, since it's Amanda Ronconi narrating, I don't really begrudge the time. So two stars for being a take-in rather than one for wasting my time with a take-in...

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