When Lou travels to Scotland, she’s a mess. She’s twenty-six, unemployed, and unsure of herself. It doesn’t help that she’s traveling with Tammy, her best friend, who is everything Lou is not.
At first, the trip pushes Lou towards the brink of depression, but then she meets Brian, a handsome local tour guide. When Brian tells the tourists about the countless witches burned in Scotland, Lou starts to listen. And when she discovers information about Isobel Key, one of the victims of the seventeenth century, Lou finds renewed purpose.
She sets out to learn the truth of the condemned witch, but she isn’t prepared for the knowledge that waits for her. Lou must face her demons if she has any hope of righting the wrongs of the past.
THE BUTTERFLY ADVENTURE by Nancy Lorraine
In this children’s book, two young butterflies explore a brilliant flower garden for the first time in a charming modern fairy tale. The story educates and entertains as the butterflies discover intriguing insects and flowers, take risks and make friends. The young butterflies learn how friends and wise adults can help them on their discovery journey. The book is beautifully illustrated with original watercolors. Each of the four chapters is perfect for an adult to read to children ages 4 to 8, but also appeals to the young reader from 7 to 10.
Carolina Justice by David Maring
It’s 1948, and World War II has ended. But the social structure of apartheid supported by state law remains intact in the small southern port of Georgetown, South Carolina. The cord connecting Georgetown’s residents, many of whom have grandparents who were subjected to slavery, is tenuous at best.
When two of Georgetown’s white women are brutally raped and murdered, residents become both incensed and frightened. With race relations already strained, the heinous crime incites a lynch mob, which attempts to hang an African-American veteran. His only remote connection to the crime is a facial scar he received while serving his country in the War. Racial prejudice overshadows both the evidence and humane sensibilities, but the sheriff intervenes before the mob can deliver their brand of justice.
The governor activates the state militia when the Ku Klux Klan challenges the legal system. As the murder case goes forward, residents representing the broad spectrum of the social, political, and racial hierarchy emerge to defend their causes. As the next generation takes the helm following this crisis, the foundations of an unjust social order begin to crumble. Buy it at Amazon
THE CAST NET by Milllie West
When Mills Taylor, a talented New York advertising agent and artist, accepts a job as the director of an educational scholarship foundation in Alston Station, a town near Charleston, South Carolina, she never imagines that her new position will launch a year of living dangerously. Her boss, Cooper Heath, is as socially conscious as he is handsome, but not only does he have a missing wife, but some people also think that he made her disappear.
The Cast Net chronicles the year when Mills plunges into a socially unfamiliar world of Southern money and power in the late 1980s. As she helps Cooper cope and seek the truth behind his wife’s disappearance, she learns the deeper meaning of “the cast net” and why it has been embraced by generations of Low Country residents. “The Cast Net” is a compelling and engaging novel about roots, a sense of community, trust, betrayal, redemption, and especially—love.
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CONFESSIONS OF A CORPORATE SLUT by Jacqueline Gum
Roberta conquers a bare-knuckle, male-dominated industry and achieves unparalleled success as an overachieving sales pro, entrepreneur, and corporate manager. But something is missing in her life. Marriage. Family. Purpose. When Roberta finds love, she is oblivious to the astronomical losses she will sustain-including pride, self-esteem and money-the tradeoff she makes to help her CEO husband push his manufacturing company to the pinnacle of its industry. When Roberta moves out of the family home at seventeen, her only working experience is a $1.35 gig at Dairy Queen. Unqualified and underage, she cajoles her way into managing a new restaurant and bar. Eventually she realizes the sales profession offers the best way to maximize her income, so she hits the road in hose and heels and a fifty-pound sample case of glassware, stir sticks, and beverage napkins. Little did she know her success would someday propel her into the unfamiliar role of the ideal corporate wife. Roberta is the polar opposite of a victim as she faces each challenge with her trademark mixture of spunk and grace. Her wry sense of humor intertwines with conflict, weaving a tapestry rich in humor and irony. Inspired by a true story CONFESSIONS OF A CORPORATE SLUT, is a tale of ambition and failure…a tale of emotional connection and disconnection … of support and about-faces … of fear and loathing…of love and hate. And a story that is all too often being played out in today’s corporate culture.
Crossing the Bridge: Succeeding in a Community College and Beyond by Jane Bowers
A practical guide to student success in a community college including topics ranging from self-assessment and financial aid to study skills and time management. Student stories, tips, and testimonials supplement the author’s guidelines that are based on 30+ years of teaching two-year college students. Without the numerous contributions from students, the author states that Crossing the Bridge would be “just another how-to book without much soul.”
From the back cover, “This book should be required reading for all community college students and prospective students to remind them of the importance of an education, the steps necessary to achieve it, and the rewards of having it.” J Burges, Trident Technical College
Dancing on Mars by Lucinda Shirley
This is EveryWoman’s book – every age, every experience. You will laugh, cry and learn through this fascinating, honest and courageous journey to one woman’s truth – but you won’t put it down. Dancing on Mars is a feast, not an appetizer. Like a memorable meal, Dancing on Mars is deeply satisfying and leaves you wanting to experience it all over again. A lively mix of memoir and exploration of love, relationship, and lifestyle. There’s even a handful of original poems.
Cassie Premo Steele comments: “They say ‘the truth shall set you free,’ and here it is: a truth-telling memoir about growing up in the small-town, segregated South—politics, sex and religion; relationship, marriage and motherhood; loss, healing, feminism and enlightenment; and the bare beauty of a life by the water’s edge. . . .“
DEAR KILLER by Linda Lovely
Marley Clark, a retired military intelligence officer, works security for a Sea Island community to keep busy. When she finds an islander drowned and bobbing naked amid a potpourri of veggies in a Jacuzzi, the feisty widow’s yawner of a job becomes a deadly battle of wits. Serving as the lead investigator’s liaison, the 52-year-old heroine is startled to discover she’s become the deputy’s target as well—for romance. Yet their steamy attraction doesn’t deter the pair from sorting through a viper’s nest of suspects as the body count grows and the pun-loving killer plans a grizzly epitaph for Marley.
DOG SOLDIER MOON by McKendree Long
In this sequel to the historical novel NO GOOD LIKE IT IS, the saga of Dobey Walls and Jimmy ‘Boss’ Melton continues during the years following the Civil War. In DOG SOLDIER MOON a great crime decimates the fledgling Texas Panhandle community of Canadian Fort, twisting relationships and putting Dobey and Boss on a trail of vengeance and frontier justice, yet unaware they are targets of two Pinkerton teams themselves. They are affected by George A. Custer’s attack on Black Kettle’s peaceful Cheyenne village; Custer’s teenage mistress Monahsetah and J.B. Hickok flesh out the cast of this epic tale.
DOG SOLDIER MOON by McKendree R. Long III
Drew in Blue by J.M. Kelley
Drew Doyle’s done a lot of stupid things in his life, but the biggest mistake by far was not paying attention to that 2% failure rate listed on the back of the condom box.
A thirty-seven year old loner is unexpectedly saddled with the task of raising a baby while trying to sort out his mess of a love life. Problem is, he just keeps making things worse for himself. It’s a running theme in Drew’s life, considering he never does anything the easy way. The River’s View, Pennsylvania gossip mill is watching each misstep as Drew juggles a price-gouging babysitter, a major case of artist’s block, and a best friend with an opinion to share on every bungled choice he makes….
Eve’s Sisters by Jane Bowers
In this compilation of essays demonstrating the application of psychological and spiritual principles to the women of the Bible, the reader will soon see the similarities between the lives of Biblical women and those of today. Just like 21st century “Eves,” some are wise, brave, and faithful, and others are conniving, imprudent, and downright disagreeable.
Then and now, women struggle with emotions, relationships, and personal choice as they navigate their way through life. Eve and her sisters felt apprehension, jealousy, and self-doubt. And like us, many squared their shoulders and faced their fears head on. With its themes of love, faith, individuality, and fulfillment, the Bible can actually be seen as a self help book.
Fellow Traveler by James D. McAllister
In 1997, thirty long years after the Summer of Love, millions mourned the death of music legend Rose Partland, a tireless creative spirit who led her iconic band Jack O’Roses through the rigors of the rock & roll life, until the road finally consumed her—as though a devil had at last come for his due.
Of her legions of followers, none seems to suffer the loss of Rose more than Brian ‘Nibbs Niffy’ Godbold, who succumbs to his grief in a fashion similar to that of his idol—too young, too soon. Now, best friend Ashton Tobias Zemp must scour the journals and manuscripts Nibbs left behind, to seek a better answer to the question of his touring partner’s death—was it an accidental overdose, or outright suicide?
When he begins to suspect the truth—that Nibbs Niffy went to his grave harboring an appalling and ruinous secret—Ash is forced to reconsider his own past . . . was he a ‘real’ fan like Nibbs, or merely a fellow traveler: a sympathizer, but without the bona fides?
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GERMLINE by T C McCarthy
Pavlodar, Kazakhstan, has fallen; when U.S. forces capture its metallic resources using bioengineered troops, reporter Oscar Wendell is in their midst. During the ensuing war with Russia, Oscar only has to grow-up, clean-up, and save his girlfriend – a genetically engineered soldier – if he wants to survive.
Just a Penny for a Pocketful of Dreams by George Long
A sweet character-building story that strikes to the heart of the entrepreneurial spirit of America’s youth, the lemonade stand. Karen and Sue are adventurous, resourceful sisters who not only learn the discipline of saving the pennies they earned, but also the joy of spending, as a dream comes true when they hold hands and skip to the candy store.
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Kedzie by Bonnie Stanard
Few authors have explored the lives of a people who suffered so miserably at the hands of their fellow man. Kedzie takes the reader back to a time we will never have a chance to witness ourselves, thank God. This story exposes the heart of antebellum slavery without falling into the standard traps of unrequited love or historical intervention. We get to know the characters through their dialogue and relationships. Short chapters make reading before going to bed a delight.
Stanard has the remarkable ability to immerse the reader in the unstable times of the antebellum South. The frantic pace of the story gives a palpable sense of urgency to Kedzie’s predicament, all while speeding toward its eventual resolution … A stellar, heart-wrenching chronicle of human bondage. –Kirkus Reviews
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Living Water by Dr. Ilmars Birznieks
Lowcountry Boil by Susan M. Boyer
Private Investigator Liz Talbot is a modern Southern belle: she blesses hearts and takes names. She carries her Sig 9 in her Kate Spade handbag, and her golden retriever, Rhett, rides shotgun in her hybrid Escape. When her grandmother is murdered, Liz high-tails it back to her South Carolina island home to find the killer. She’s fit to be tied when her police-chief brother shuts her out of the investigation, so she opens her own. Then her long-dead best friend pops in and things really get complicated. When more folks start turning up dead in this small seaside town, Liz must use more than just her wits and charm to keep her family safe, chase down clues from the hereafter, and catch a psychopath before he catches her.
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Marina Melee by Lynne Hinkey
How hard can it be to run a marina?
George H. Marshall III has it all, and he wants to get away from it: women, a busy social calendar, and his so-called career in the family oil business. Determined to prove to his parents that he is more than a spoiled, womanizing, over-aged adolescent, George buys Porto da Vida Marina on a small island in the Caribbean. What could be an easier road to business success than running a marina on a tropical island?
As mishap piles on disaster, George realizes his new life in paradise isn’t all about sitting under palm trees sipping umbrella drinks. Between his wayward staff, the governor’s hot-to-trot wife, a lift truck possessed by jumbies, and a host of other island disasters-natural and human-George finds that living the easy life is hard work.
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Master of Westfall Plantation by Bonnie Stanard
MOLASSES MAKING TIME by Grace W. Looper
In the 1930′s on his family’s farm in Yancy County, NC., times were hard, but eleven-year-old Aaron Gilbert Fowler was happy. His close relationship with his beloved pa made up for the criticism from his stern ma. Aaron enjoyed fishing and coon hunting with his pa, and corn shucking parties. But his favorite time of all was molasses making-until the accident that tore his life apart.
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MONK IN THE CELLAR by David Griffin
Brother Jesse will be evicted from his home of forty years when Irish overseers decide to sell the monastery to pay off their debts. Jesse hides in the cellar print shop to ruminate and to … blog. Firing up a borrowed computer and finding an open wifi signal in the air, Jesse posts a tell-all narrative of deceit and disappointment and along the way falls in love with his guardian angel. Monk In The Cellar is a beautifully funny account of a man who is afraid of getting old, of a life examined and found wanting.
The Mullahs by David Maring
Few know of the ancient rumors concerning an original manuscript of the Book of Revelation. The powers on earth struggle to possess it in order to pursue their own objectives to the detriment of their enemies. They secretly watch as Professor William “Bill” Weston excavates the tomb of John the Apostle.
Bill’s fiancee, Rachael Goldstein, who is the director of a trust dedicated to proving the accuracy of the Bible, is stalked by a satanic cult and flees to join Bill at the excavation site. The cult looks forward to Armageddon. They hope a nuclear confrontration in the Middle East will gather the kingdoms of earth to Meggido. While Iran schemes to bring a return of the Persian Empire, an African-American President prepares his country to meet the forces that threaten Western Civilization. At the same time, evil ones conspire to remove his steady hand.
The Mullahs is a book of political intrigue; a thrilling, biblical power struggle that could very well spell disaster for the world as we know it!
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MURDER ON THE FRONT NINE by Steve McMillen
The story takes place in Myrtle Beach, SC. where Mickke D, ex-Green Beret and soon to be crime solving realtor/architect/golf pro is drawn into an assassination investigation by three of his old army buddies who he hasn’t seen in over fifteen years. It’s a wild tale of assassinations, betrayal, black ops, corrupt politicians, big oil, the Columbian drug cartel and a treasure hunt, with a twist, off the South Carolina coast. Action packed, fast-paced, entertaining, fun beach read.
NO GOOD LIKE IT IS by McKendree Long
A historical novel, NO GOOD LIKE IT IS relates the adventures (and misadventures) of two soldiers with Terry’s Texas Rangers. Dobey Walls and Jimmy Melton survive the first and final cavalry charges of the Army of Tennessee, and with Nathan Bedford Forrest, play a curious role in the Fort Pillow Massacre. Later they harass Sherman’s flanks with the dreaded Shannon’s Scouts, but manage visits to Atlanta’s second best brothel. Their trip ‘home’ is complicated by run-ins with love-starved widows, murderous Home Guards, bootleggers, and freed slaves, and Yankee deserters. Pinkertons, a stolen payroll, Confederate Cherokees, and Cheyenne Dogmen add to the chaos, yet our heroes find true love.
NO GOOD LIKE IT IS by Mckendree R. Long III
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THE PANTYHOSE DECLARATIONS by Nan Lundeen
A dollop of laughter and heaping spoonfuls of feisty will be your daily companions when you read The Pantyhose Declarations. You will meet women who refuse to wear pantyhose, who rebuff the duty train, and who discover the magic of a redemptive red bra. Nan Lundeen’s powerful collection of thirty-eight poems celebrates goddesses and honors the strong women of her Iowa farm heritage.
PENELOPE: A Novel of New Amsterdam by Jim McFarlane
Penelope, a near penniless young orphan in 1640s Amsterdam, is determined to voyage to New Amsterdam to discover what happened to her father, a sea-going merchant who disappeared there during a get-rich-quick scheme. But she can’t travel without a guardian and her best opportunity is to marry Matthew, who is equally determined to find a new home in America for his English separatist congregation like the Pilgrims did a generation earlier. But neither can imagine the adventures awaiting them across the ocean. Inspired by a true story.
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REHOBOTH by Monet Jones
Strange things are happening in Rehoboth. Residents claim they hear the voice of God and refuse to continue militaristic activities. CoFed, the Galaxy’s ruling body quarantined the planet to prevent the spread of their “delusion.”
However, Rehoboth has demonstrated an extraordinary technological achievement. They now have the ability to spread their message outside their planet. The leader of CoFed has decided the voice they hear actually originates from a computer. She determines to gain or destroy that technology.
Has the peaceful life fostered by the voice allowed technology to flourish, or has a sophisticated technology produced the voice?
RESILIENCY by Debbie Richard
Resiliency is a collection of poems composed while bouncing back from many of life’s experiences and is a tribute to the endurance of the human spirit. Resiliency chronicles my father’s early passing, my mother’s day-to-day struggle through an ongoing illness. Yet, other poems see the beauty in nature – the serenity of a walk down a garden path which mesmerizes and draws me back time and again, to caverns which took us deep into the heart of the earth, with reflections appearing as brilliant as a crystal chandelier in a subterranean dreamland.
A collection of poems by Debbie Richard
The Rest is Silence by Peter Hildebrandt
The Rest is Silence is a historical novel told by a young woman who has recently died. In the course of contemplating her life and the fates of her husband and daughters beyond her death, she learns far more about her husband and how he has immortalized her through his writing. Forced into an unhappy marriage with long years of estrangement, Anne Cecil looks beyond her tomb and monument in Westminster Abbey and learns secrets that far outlive her own era. Wed to a man who was compelled to write pseudonymously, Anne was always in the shadow of his melancholy brilliance, his life a lie. His pen name was William Shakespeare. Eventually she realizes much of her personality and character is fueling Edward’s muse in developing female characters in many of his court plays for the queen. These culminate in a portrayal of her as the character Ophelia in the most autobiographical of his dramas, one the world eventually comes to know as Hamlet.
Scattered, Smothered, and Covered by Bob Strother
This novel-length collection includes thirty-six stories that defy easy categories.
“Bob Strother serves up a heaping helping of Southern short stories in a collection which defies easy categories, with vampires, cheerleaders, debutantes, ghostly little girls, hitmen (and women), Ma Barker, a Marine gunnery sergeant with his own unique method of rehab, and a septuagenarian soviet sniper who takes the theft of her welfare check unkindly. Well-crafted, with sharply drawn characters, wry wit, and a touch of darkness, they breathe with life and a deep and obvious fondness for the South of his heritage…warts, chittlin’s, and all.” – David Weber, NY Times bestselling author
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THE SERPENT’S SEED by David Maring
The world is moving toward a clash between the forces of good and evil. An Archaeologist, Bill Weston, pursuing leads that will verify the accuracy of Genesis’ account of man’s origin, is drawn into a whirlpool of murder and international intrigue. Weston and his assistant, Rachael, discover a map in an ancient library that reveals the location of Enoch. This was the first city built by Cain in the Land of Nod. The site is near a secret nuclear facility in Iran. Weston obtains financial assistance from Henley, a dealer in antiquities. He is unaware that Henley is a member of The Society. This organization is composed of the descendants of Cain, whose birth was the result of a sexual union between Eve and the Devil. The Society has a hierarchy that ranges from the Drones, a species that has all the attributes of man except a soul, to the Cai’sh, the direct descendants of Cain. The Society forms an alliance with Islamic terrorists. Unlike other, The Society looks forward to Armageddon. Their bible,The Sacred Book, discloses events that must occur before the devil can return to earth. A trail of murder follows Weston and Rachael as assassins try to destroy evidence that might lead the world to discover the existence of The Society. A New York detective’s investigation into the murders leads him to the Middle East where he discovers that there is more fact then myth to ancient stories. When the Pentagon discovers that Weston is going to Iran, they recruit him for espionage. The objective is the destruction of a nuclear facility. The attack on the facility brings down the wrath of the United Nations. Criminal charges are filed in the World Court at the Hague against the American President. Purchase at Amazon
SHADOWS, SKELETONS, and a SOUTHERN BELLE by Jilda Leigh
Shadows, Skeletons and a Southern Belle take the reader on a journey from the pits of despair to the light. Author Jilda Leigh has woven a tale that deals with bipolar depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, suicide attempts, and “PTSD”. The author takes us on the journey through the rise and fall of depression, and then to the heights of her quest to learn as much as she can about mental illnesses. From traditional medicine, Zen Buddhism and Christianity, Author Jilda Leigh leans how to cope with the strains and stress of her illnesses in a positive way.
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Shug’s Place, A Novel-in-stories by Bob Strother, Release Date May 18, 2013
A working-class bar in mid-1980s Detroit with an interesting assortment of Patrons: A sharp, but obsessed female homicide detective; a former student radical on the run for her life; a hard-drinking PI who’s in love with his best friend’s wife. Others include Rose, a pretty prostitute from Kentucky, Leon Tweed, a former Marine who’s always got Shug’s back, Leon’s nephew, Devonne, who has a penchant for finding trouble, and a group of old soldiers who take care of their own. And Shug? He’s involved with two dangerous women – one he’d kill for, and one who might get him killed. Come sit at the bar, have a beer, and explore the exciting and sometimes dangerous avenues of Detroit’s seamy underbelly.
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The Spectrum Conspiracy by Craig Faris
Special Agent Devrin Crosby is consumed by his past addictions, and one lethal mistake. Suspended and reduced to pushing papers, he is on the verge of leaving the FBI when the President’s assassination on live television pulls him back.
Everyone saw who did it, and all the evidence points to a hate crime, but Crosby uncovers a far more sinister plot, a conspiracy involving a secret Government agency, a nuclear Trojan Horse and amateur thieves.
Crosby and his partners are thrown into a race to find the assassins and save our country from not only the thieves, but also government thugs who are bent on protecting their ultimate anti-terrorist weapon.
In order to save thousands of lives, he will have to unravel their secrets or risk losing everyone he loves.
The clock is ticking, no one is listening.
Till I Grow by Rayshawn McAuley — release date April 28, 2013
One woman’s triumphant battle over cancer, her children stood strong! Sheer survival takes center stage, within this compelling story of a breast cancer survivor. Till I Grow involves ways in which the reader will garner the strength in overcoming hurdles by the use of exuberant tenacity. Far-fetched aspirations were sought feverishly, while Rayshawn McAuley zeroed in on matters of the heart. With the shift of change, the importance of maintaining a healthy mindset, as well as diet presented itself. Her children stood by as she single-handedly carried them through her time of need, facing the storms, never totally giving into feelings of despair. She has navigated toward a better tomorrow. Till I Grow describes the uncanny measures Rayshawn took in refusing to give up. While holding her life-saving arm around her three children, she used the other in the battle of a lifetime. Humorous moments are highlighted in remembrance of early childhood, teen and adult years, through the eyes of the author. What quickened this woman to continue without wavering? The answer lay in allowing the process of forgiving past hurts, living, loving, and laughing out loud!
THE UNFINISHED GARDEN by Barbara Claypole White
Young widow Tilly Silverberg wants the world toleave her alone with her son, her plants, and her grief. So when a charismatic entrepreneur speeds into her life determined to hire her as his landscaper, Tilly says no.But obsessive-compulsive James Nealy believes only Tilly can help him face his greatest fear: dirt. And his mind is stuck.
We Smoked Our Sister: Stories from a Childhood by Carlotta Russell
We Smoked Our Sister: Stories from a Childhood carries the reader back to the wonderful days of the 1960′s; a time of excitement in the growth of America. The life of a rural family in Chunchula, Alabama, a suburb of Mobile County is portrayed between these pages. Though it was a time of financial hardships, the family was held together by a loving mother and father, who worked hard and raised their children to be disciplined/focused, productive, motivated, and successful as well as creating a love for learning and the importance of family and heritage taught through stories passed down from family ancestry, as well as stories created by the Seymour children who lived these stories. Family life was like a work of art.
Also, this book looks at a part of family life and the methods used to discipline children in the south. A picture of a rich life comes through to the reader, which could describe the simple everyday lives of any family in the south. The south has such rich undiscovered family history.
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The Wisdom of Hair by Kim Boykin
In 1983, on her nineteenth birthday, Zora Adams finally says goodbye to her alcoholic mother and their tiny town in the mountains of South Carolina. Living with a woman who dresses like Judy Garland and brings home a different man each night is not a pretty existence, and Zora is ready for life to be beautiful.
With the help of a beloved teacher, she moves to a coastal town and enrolls in the Davenport School of Beauty. Under the tutelage of Mrs. Cathcart, she learns the art of fixing hair, and becomes fast friends with the lively Sara Jane Farquhar, a natural hair stylist. She also falls hard for handsome young widower Winston Sawyer, who is drowning his grief in bourbon. She couldn’t save Mama, but maybe she can save him.
As Zora practices finger waves, updos, and spit curls, she also comes to learn that few things are permanent in this life—except real love, lasting friendship, and, ultimately… forgiveness.
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