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  • Nice Ending for the Trilogy

    As a card-carrying member of GRITS (Girls Raised In The South) I love a good book set in the South, especially if it's set on the coast. Throw in the fact that this book is the third in a trilogy about a mother and her 3 adult daughters, and it became a "must read" for me. I'd received an ARC of this, the third book, but I chose to start with the first one, and I'm so glad I did. I read all three books this summer, and thoroughly enjoyed all three. Each of the 3 books focuses on a different daughter, but all three are present in each book, and of course the mother's life is at the heart of all three books - and in each book the viewpoint alternates between the mother's POV and the a daughter's. I mostly listened to these audiobooks, also reading parts of each, and enjoyed them all. A trilogy can become a bit repetitive when one reads all three books in a short period of time, and there were bits of this one that were, but not so much that the repetitive parts felt like filler, they were more like little reminders of pertinent details from the previous books. This book focuses on the youngest daughter, Emerson, an up-and-coming actress who's going through a health scare and questioning many of her life choices. As we watch her struggle with decisions she must make, we catch up with her sisters and her mother. There's drama, there's humor, there's love and commitment and family (and family secrets). I loved these books, and have Kristy Woodson Harvey's other books on my wishlist. My thanks to Netgalley and Gallery Books for providing a copy for an unbiased review.

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  • Southern Fiction at it's best

    The final chapter to the Peachtree Bluff series and it is amazing. The Murphy family is wonderful. With each book we meet, learn, and fall in love with them. This book is all about Emerson who is an actress but has come home to marry her high school sweetheart. Emerson is looking for happiness and really loves James but something is still missing. She must take hard looks at her life, take steps back to see where she left her heart, and take a big jump forward to find her future. There are lessons to be learned not only by Emerson but by her family and friends also. They are hard lessons but with the support of her mother and sisters, she can accomplish anything. The Southern Side of Paradise pulls together all three daughters and their mother in a way that families often are. There are secrets that weren’t meant to be shared, love that shines through everything, and proof that with family anything can be fixed. I love how these 4 can fight, argue, and get mad at each other all while standing up for each other, supporting, and loving each other. They share their feelings, fight for what they each think is right but still come together as a family unit. Kristy Woodson Harvey is one of the best at Southern Fiction. She brings to life the beautiful southern settings, lets the readers taste the wonderful southern food but most of all show the southern way of being a family and community.

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