Little Tea

By Claire Fullerton

Little Tea by Claire Fullerton takes readers on a journey of betrayal, young romance, friendship, and racism in the '80s. Ava, Celia, and Renny had been friends since they were thirteen years old. Years after, when Ava struggled with her decision to leave her twenty-three-year...

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Louette's Wake

By Sue Riddle Cronkite

For years after her husband’s disappearance, Louette has been filled with grief. In Louette's Wake (Wiregrass Series) by Sue Riddle Cronkite, readers are pulled into a story filled with love, mystery, and the struggles of one woman and her daughter to find acceptance, understanding, and...

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Lonesome Cowboy

By Frank Lowe

Lonesome Cowboy by Frank Lowe is the story of Kyle Kelly and his father as they navigate life, love, loss, and the country music scene. Its title, Lonesome Cowboy, plays with a double entendre here, as the name of Red's best-selling and most popular song,...

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Love and Mercy

Up On Roan Mountain
By Martha Arrowood Pelc

In Love and Mercy: Up On Roan Mountain by Martha Arrowood Pelc, Ollie, the first character introduced, faces more in her short life than most adults face in a lifetime. There is a mix of love and major tragedy in each family that’s compelling and...

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...

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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Losing St. Christopher

Book 2 in the Cherokee Series
By David-Michael Harding

Losing St. Christopher: Book 2 in the Cherokee Series by David-Michael Harding is the second in a trilogy featuring the story of Chancellor Vann. As the book begins in the 1820s, Vann, son of a shaman, is the epitome of an acculturated Cherokee Indian, wise...

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Lessons From the Creek

By Stephen Payseur

“Whatever is in your back cast will be reflected in your fore cast,” Steve explained as he was teaching Josh how to fly fish, but within that simple statement there was a life lesson which Josh latched onto quickly. Lessons from the Creek by Stephen...

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Last First Kiss

La Fleur de Love (Book 2)
By Lori Leger

Giselle worked for Jackson and thought of him as Satan. She referred to him like that many times. Her husband Toby could not understand her feeling and tried to change her mind. Then both Giselle's and Jackson's lives changed in a moment. Both of their...

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Legacy of the Gray Ghost

By Gerry Zimmerman

Legacy of the Gray Ghost is Historical Fiction. A rather large prologue tells the true story of the legendary John Mosby, leader of a band of Confederate cavalrymen on daring raids deep behind Union lines during the Civil War. His fame came from his ability...

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