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In the charming small town of Cherico, Mississippi, the Cherry Cola Book Club meets to discuss classic Southern literature, sample favorite dishes - and share their unique stories....
Two wonderful new chapters are unfolding for Maura Beth Mayhew, Cherico's librarian. Thanks to her persistence, a new, cutting-edge library is being built on the shores of beautiful Lake Cherico. And come September, Maura Beth will marry Jeremy McShay at his aunt and uncle's stunning home. Yet in life, as in fiction, happy endings are hard won....
A local politician is trying to divert library funds while Maura Beth's socialite parents insist on a lavish New Orleans wedding. Maura Beth invites them to Cherico to experience the town's laidback appeal - and the book club's delicious potluck fare. Sadly, not even Voncille Nettle's famous biscuits can placate Mrs. Mayhew once the discussion turns from Eudora Welty's The Robber Bridegroom to real-life marriage. To get the wedding and the library of her dreams, Maura Beth will have to harness the indomitable spirit of her favorite Southern heroines - and the sage advice of the Cherry Cola Book Club....
©2015 Ashton Lee (P)2015 Recorded Books
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By K. Pittman on 03-31-17

Terrible "Reader"

I have two pieces of advice for Kate Baldwin. Learn the art of inflection, and learn to pronounce "Natchez". Do some research on the places you are reading about before attempting this again. I wonder if Mr. Lee has heard the awful way his hometown is pronounced.

It was a good book that could have been much better with a different narrator.

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