Tag Archives: Southern women in books

Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman

Dear Fellow Readers, How are you doing? Are you okay through this sheltering in place?  It is harder than ever would have thought, isn’t it?  Of course, part of the issue is that we have no solid idea when it … Continue reading

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The Book Charmer by Karen Hawkins

Dear Fellow Reader, Have you ever read a book that you think might be mis-titled and that the description seems, well, off? That is the way I feel about the following book. I am not talking about books that claim … Continue reading

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Beach House Reunion by Mary Alice Monroe

Dear Fellow Reader, You would never know it from the weather around here but it must be time for summer. The telltale sign? A new Mary Alice Monroe book! The Beach House series continues with this novel. The Rutledge family … Continue reading

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Sarah Addison Allen – Have You Read Her Books?

You are who you are, whether you like it or not, so why not like it? Sarah Addison Allen, Garden Spells  I must admit that I love it when I find a new author and they have several books that … Continue reading

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