Sugar And Grits
Barbour Publishing, Incorporated, May 1, 2007 - Fiction - 352 pages
Contemporary Romance: Berta Dixon wants to attend a school in Biloxi to fulfill her dream of becoming an opera singer. But God has other plans and romance is on the way. Widow Dottie Jean Weaver is heading toward her fifty-fifth birthday, but love is standing in the background when she encounters an old high school flame. Sassy Hatchet, a widow in her fifties, is known for her peculiar temperament. She thinks she has life all figured out until God does something unexpected in her life. Sue Ellen Caldwell is living out her dream as a hairdresser at the RhondaVous Beauty Shop. She and the town's deputy sheriff have been friends since their school days, but does God have something else in mind for them?
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Review: Sugar And GritsUser Review - Kathy Best - Goodreads
It was really cute...just a lite-hearted book that I needed at the moment. Wish there were more "funny" stories out there. Read full review
Review: Sugar And GritsUser Review - Goodreads
Will Mississippi women learn to balance their tendencies toward gritty strength and independence with feminine sweetness and godly joy? This four story, four author book about four women that are friends and live in the same town.