My Review of “South of Simple” by Kristy Woodson Harvey

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My Review of “Slighty South of Simple” by Kristy Woodson Harvey

“Slightly South of Simple” by Kristy Woodson Harvey is a captivating, heartwarming, enjoyable and intriguing novel.  The genres for this novel are Fiction and Women’s Fiction. The story takes place mostly in  the southern town of Peachtree Bluff. This is the first book in the series. The story takes place mostly in the present and goes back to the past only when it pertains to the  characters or story.

Kristy Woodson Harvey is writing about several generations of a family. This is an endearing and charming story  that features the relationships of mothers, daughters and sisters. The characters are easy to relate. to. The Author describes some of her characters as complex, complicated and confused perhaps due to the circumstances.  There are some betrayals, and deep secrets that could change many course of events.

I appreciate that the author has the adult children and their children coming back home to their  Mom’s house. It is indeed a full house filled with drama, love and hope. It is also a full house of three generations trying to make it work together. I highly recommend this  delightful and pleasurable novel to readers that enjoy Women’s Fiction.

 

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