Fiction - Southern

Blood Relatives

By Patti L. Adams

The first words I read in Blood Relatives by Patti L. Adams were on the dedication page. It said: “To all my enemies…you know who you are. And so do I.” I knew right then that this book would be good. The story follows the...

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Shattered Lies

By S. J. Francis

Shattered Lies by S.J. Francis is the story of Kate Thayer, a simple girl who runs her family’s horse farm. She is content with her life. She is a veterinarian and she loves her grandmother who raised her. However, when a series of lies come...

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Scarlet Letter Lives

By Maureen K. Wlodarczyk

In an absolutely wonderful work of fiction with a very interesting true historical basis, Scarlet Letter Lives by author Maureen K. Wlodarczyk follows the story of the owners of three copies of an 1850s release of The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. The books start...

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Nola Gals

By Barbara J. Rebbeck

Nola Gals by Barbara J. Rebbeck is the story of two girls who are very different from each other, but they have a great influence on each other's lives. Essence LaFontaine lives with her mother, grandmother, and her younger sister Chardonnai in New Orleans. Things...

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Lunacy

A 1930's Southern Fiction Romance (Switched Series) (Volume 1)
By Kay Chandler

Lunacy is a story of the South during the 1930s, a story of love, a story of faith, and a story that is very well written. Harper has lived an easy life at Nine Gables in the lap of luxury, but without the love of...

From Tickfaw to Shongaloo

By Dixon Hearne

If you have ever lived in a small town or have relatives that live in a small town, you will really relate to From Tickfaw to Shongaloo by Dixon Hearne. Remember those trips you would take to visit an aunt or grandma who would regale...

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The Golden Apple

By Faerl Marie .

I just finished an absolutely wonderful book by debut author Faerl Marie, and am so excited to be able to share it with readers who love chick lit or women's fiction! The Golden Apple was simply a compelling book and one that I am so...

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In Liberty's Wake

A Novel of British America
By Alexandra Norland

Wow! Just wow! How's that for a review? I just finished reading the beautiful new work of historical fiction by debut author Alexandra Norland, In Liberty's Wake: A Novel of British America. Follow the story of Arabella Alden, a privileged young woman in the British...

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The Distance Between

Bobbie Lamont #4
By Zelmer Wilson

Twenty-one-year-old Bobbie Lamont has had enough. Tired of everything her life has to offer, she’s not sure where to go next. In author Zelmer Wilson’s fourth installment of the Bobbie Lamont series, The Distance Between, we find Bobbie at a real crossroads in her life....

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Lady of the Manor

By Adrian Q. Heflin

Lady of the Manor by Adrian Q. Heflin is my favorite kind of book. Not since V.C. Andrews’ book, Flowers in the Attic, have I read about so much family drama and so many secrets. The story follows the lives of the Creek family. Rosemary...

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