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Irene Cavington must get her daughter Beck safely married before Beck turns 35 to someone she can control or at the very least someone who is as desperate to hold onto the life style she’s become accustomed to he will fall into Irene’s line. Failure is not an option.
Unfortunately Beck is not cooperating. Worse, there’s a new minister in town that Beck seems determine to flaunt before Irene’s increasingly enraged self.
No way can Irene have this usurper from the wrong side of the social Mason-Dixon line screwing with her carefully laid plans, and the sooner they are both set right, the sooner Irene can retire to the secret luxury she has waiting in the wings.
Drastic measures are called for and no one does “Drastic Measures” better than Irene Carrington.
Pamela Monroe blames Reba MacEntire’s video for her song Fancy. In the video, Fancy, a beautiful, rich, powerful woman returns to the run-down shack of her youth, reliving the squalor that sent her away. Had it not been for Fancy, Pam would never have been lured back to her own tar paper shack and the misery she’d known there.
The voice on the wind has a story Pam is meant to hear, pulling her more deeply into the pain of her past. She wants to run, but the wind won’t let her leave.
Will she survive the wind’s objective and learn to move beyond yesterday? Or will she perish in the overwhelming agony of her yesterday?