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Kristy Woodson Harvey, who writes the fabulous blog, Design Chic, sent me an early copy of her new book, Slightly South of Simple.
It centers around a mother and her three adult daughters who are visiting her in a small Southern beach town. I was totally mesmerized by the multi-dimensional characters that made up this heartwarming story about love, loss, and family ties.
Kristy did a stellar job in depicting the tension and frivolity that encompassed the relationships between the sisters. Each sister was intriguing in her own way.
But my favorite storyline in Slightly South of Simple is the middle-aged romance that develops between the widowed Mother, Ansley, and her not-so-forgotten love, Jack. There are very few books that I have read that involve a love story of people of a certain age. It was believable as well as refreshing.
Another great thing about this book is the fact that it is the first of a trilogy. I can hardly wait to catch up with Ansley and her daughters in the next chapter of their lives.
I highly recommend Slightly South of Simple to the reader who appreciates the charm of Southern Literature. It's one of the best.
Enjoy your Easter.
Until next time...