Lunch With The Do Nothings At The Tammy Dinette is a quirky, heartwarming story about Marcus Sumpter, a man abandoned as a youth by his roving waitress mother. After he flees his abusive partner, Robert, his grandmother’s friends take him in as an honorary member of their group, the Do Nothing Club. With their help, he rebuilds his life. He even hits it off with Hank, a local mechanic, but their romance is interrupted when Robert finally tracks down Marcus. The Do Nothings resolve to help him settle things with Robert so that he can be with Hank.
- Marcus Sumpter doesn’t expect to find love or family in the tiny town of Marathon, Georgia, with a group of old Southern women known as the Do Nothings. But sometimes life delivers everything you’ve ever needed at just the right time.
- The romance is there and it’s a great (if slightly chaste) one, but the most successful love story here is the one between Marcus and the Do Nothings.
- Readers will be unexpectedly charmed by the quirky characters and clever dialogue in this heartwarming book.
“But sometimes life delivers everything you’ve ever needed at just the right time.”