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A Southern Girl Re-Belles

Sharon Brown Keith

Pages: 290
ISBN: 978-145757-160-2
List Price: 14.99
Category: Fiction
Available: November 2019
Edition: Perfectbound

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Abigail Winchester is having one hell of a day. Crashing her car into the church’s nativity, then losing both her best friend and her job are bad enough. But then the assisted living center calls: Abigail’s grandmother is being kicked out, and guess who’s listed as the next of kin?

Even though they haven’t spoken in over twenty-two years, Nana, the strong-willed matriarch of the Winchester clan, has plans for her wayward granddaughter. Trapped in a small Texas town, Abigail is forced to take a long, hard look at the life she’s been living since her parents died. The drinking, the recklessness, the anger …

But life in the Bible Belt isn’t all therapists, swear jars, and teetotalers. Bo LeBlanc, the county’s most eligible bachelor, has set his sights on the new girl in town, and he might just be exactly what Abigail is looking for—if she can survive gun-toting octogenarians, crazy stray cats, and DAR luncheons!

I finished writing A Southern Girl Re-Belles on September 20, 2018. There was a storm that night, and the next morning I was awakened to this. A double rainbow. As Nana says, “You just can’t make this stuff up.” That morning, as I looked into the sky, I knew that my dream had come true, and this book would be something special.

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