Best Mary Kay Andrews Books

1. The Beach House (2002): Mary Kay Andrews’ debut novel tells the story of a woman who returns to her family’s beach house to find it in disrepair and decides to take on the task of restoring it. Along the way, she learns about her past, her family, and her own strengths.

2. Savannah Blues (2004): This book follows the story of a woman who is trying to save her family’s historic Savannah mansion from being razed and replaced with a shopping mall. As she struggles to save the building, she discovers secrets about her family and uncovers a mystery that has been buried for years.

3. Hissy Fit (2006): This novel follows the story of a woman who is trying to get her life back on track after a rocky divorce. Along the way, she discovers secrets from her past, meets an intriguing new man, and finds out that she’s not as in control of her life as she thought.

4. Summer Rental (2010): This book follows the story of a woman who takes on a summer job as a house-sitter to make ends meet. Along the way, she discovers secrets about the town’s past, meets some interesting people, and finds a way to make the summer her own.

5. The Fixer Upper (2013): This book follows the story of a woman who is determined to restore a dilapidated house and turn it into a profitable business. Along the way, she learns more about herself and the town she’s living in while uncovering secrets that have been buried for years.

6. Ladies’ Night (2015): This book follows the story of three friends who are struggling to get back on their feet after experiencing some difficult times. Along the way, they learn more about themselves, the town they’re living in, and the secrets of the past.