Girl from the South
When Gillon comes back to her native Charleston, she has a young Englishman in tow. He has accompanied her on a lark, planning to take pictures. But he soon falls in love with the sights of South Carolina, with Gillon's family-and perhaps, with Gillon herself...From the acclaimed author of Marrying the Mistress, this is an unforgettable novel about feeling like a fish out of water-and finding those with whom we can breathe more easily.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - SueinCyprus - LibraryThing
This novel is mainly about culture differences and expectations, set in both London (UK) and Charleston (USA). There are really four main characters, but the title refers to Gillon, a girl raised in ... Read full review
GIRL FROM THE SOUTHUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
The prolific Trollope (Next of Kin, 2001, etc.) spins another engaging tale about life‘s twists and turns, occasioned as much by character as circumstance, and the ways family ties both help and ... Read full review