Lowcountry Summer

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HarperCollins, Mar 29, 2011 - Fiction - 400 pages
53 Reviews

Follow New York Times bestselling author Dorothea Benton Frank back to Tall Pines Plantation in the long-awaited sequel to her beloved bestseller Plantation.

When Caroline Wimbley Levine returned to Tall Pines Plantation, she never expected to make peace with long-buried truths about herself and her family. Her late mother, the Queen of Tall Pines, was a force of nature, but now she is gone, leaving Caroline and the rest of the family uncertain of who will take her place.

In the lush South Carolina countryside, old hurts, betrayals, and dark secrets will surface, and a new generation will rise along the banks of the mighty Edisto River.

  

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User Review  - Dmtcer - LibraryThing

I love the main character of this book. She is a low country-queen, but she has flaws and admits them. At first I was thinking there was too much description of every little detail and not enough plot ... Read full review

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User Review  - INorris - LibraryThing

I finally skimmed this book to the finish. The main character drove me crazy. I love to read Frank's book but this one did not appeal to me. Read full review

Contents

Welcome Back to Tall Pines
26
Spring Forward
40
Graffiti
51
Miss Sweetie
64
Chaos
79
The Girls
93
Weekend Warriors
103
Etiquette Unchained
114
The Deep
180
The Unforeseen
204
Rusty
228
Spirits
246
Carry Me Home
267
Glory Rising
289
Reckoning Days
309
Make War Not Love
332

More Dirty Laundry
129
Settling Down
145
Miss Lavinia in the Garden
164
Epilogue
355
Acknowledgments
363
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About the author (2011)

Bestselling author DOROTHEA BENTON FRANK was born and raised on Sullivans Island, South Carolina. She and her husband divide their time between South Carolina and New Jersey. Please visit her website at www.dotfrank.com and join her on Facebook.

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