Over the Yahoola
Johnee Cherry, author
Lilly Corn doesn't have time to believe in old penny-behind-the-ear tricks. She's been bamboozled by a man too many times. Voodoo, shaman tricks, and omens are make-believe as far as Lilly is concerned and the mention of folklore will strike flames in her eyes She has a full-time job, her aging father, a rambunctious son, a tiresome ex and Sally's Pick-Ur-Own blueberry farm to upkeep. When Hudson McGee shows up, after her father put up a help wanted sign, looking for a place to camp-out, she balks, ready to kick him off her land. She's not about to put up with another summer of a hired man's shenanigans. But Hudson hasn't come to Georgia by accident and he quickly learns he will need Lilly's help, if he is to accomplish his goals in Dahlonega. In order to help Hudson, Lilly has learn to believe in magic, trust in luck, and discover the good in her heritage in the middle of the messy parts of her life! Is she willing to let Hudson McGee change her lack of belief in things she cannot see? Can she trust in Mother Earth and herself?