Book: Again, Alabama by Susan Sandscategories: Book, Southern Fiction, Women's Fiction, Family Saga, Small Town Romance, Second Chances, Contemporary Romance
Susan Sandsabout this book: AGAIN, ALABAMA is a Southern small-town coming home story filled with fun, nutty family, and lots of heart and humor. Grey and Cammie show us that it's never too late for second chances and healing old wounds.
I grew up in an extremely small town, which was a fertile breeding ground for writing some whacky Southern stuff, let me tell you. I graduated high school with thirty people—in public school. We had a big class. Between the gassy well water at school and the toilets blowing up when kids sneaked a smoke in the bathroom, to my class hosting the first prom in the school's history where there were more chaperones than students, let me tell you…
• "AGAIN, ALABAMA full of Southern charm and beauty pageants, coiffed hair and pecan pie competitions. The story keeps the reader turning pages." — Library Journal
• "A delicious Southern treat for your summer reading bag." — Karen White, New York Times bestselling author of The Sound of Glass
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