leaving carolina southern discomfort series book one

Download Book Leaving Carolina Southern Discomfort Series Book One in PDF format. You can Read Online Leaving Carolina Southern Discomfort Series Book One here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.

Leaving Carolina

Author : Tamara Leigh
ISBN : 1601421664
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 58. 24 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 684
Read : 354

Download Now


When Piper Wick returns to her hometown to settle her uncle's will, the family's secrets are threatened to be revealed along with the will, and her ideas about love and forgiveness are challenged by a soldier wounded in Iraq.

Nowhere Carolina

Author : Tamara Leigh
ISBN : 9781601421678
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 72. 86 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 848
Read : 447

Download Now


From Tamara Leigh comes a story about a small town single mother who will have to trust God if she wants to give her daughter the father she needs and prove she has learned to love beyond herself.

Restless In Carolina

Author : Tamara Leigh
ISBN : 9781601423610
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 87. 76 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 316
Read : 543

Download Now


She’s all about going green. Could he be her white knight—or will he make her see red? Tree-huggin’, animal-lovin’ Bridget Pickwick-Buchanan is on a mission. Well, two. First she has to come to terms with being a widow at thirty-three. After all, it’s been four years and even her five-year-old niece and nephew think it’s time she shed her widow’s weeds. Second, she needs to find a buyer for her family’s estate—a Biltmore-inspired mansion surrounded by hundreds of acres of unspoiled forestland. With family obligations forcing the sale, Bridget is determined to find an eco-friendly developer to buy the land, someone who won’t turn it into single-family homes or a cheesy theme park. Enter J. C. Dirk, a high-energy developer from Atlanta whose green property developments have earned him national acclaim. When he doesn’t return her calls, Bridget decides a personal visit is in order. Unfortunately, J. C. Dirk is neither amused nor interested when she interrupts his meeting—until she mentions her family name. In short order, he finds himself in North Carolina, and Bridget has her white knight—in more ways than one. But there are things Bridget doesn’t know about J. C., and it could mean the end of everything she’s worked for…and break her heart. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Southern Discomfort

Author : Ben Witherington
ISBN : 9781498291033
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 45. 61 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 338
Read : 1310

Download Now


Southern Discomfort tells the story of Masey Bumgarner, recently widowed, who returns from her summer vacation to discover that her town, Pineville, North Carolina, has decided to pave a four-lane highway through her front yard . . . without her permission or even sufficient advance notice. After consultation with her pastor, she decides to contest the location of this project in court. Along the way, her lawyer and his detective discover all sorts of shady dealings. Southern Discomfort chronicles the graft and corruption that is revealed in the court case--and the desperate acts of the proponents of the highway to keep the project on course. Along the way, there is a murder, a romance, and finally a wedding, in addition to the resolution of the court case.

Southern Discomfort

Author : Nancy A. Hewitt
ISBN : 0252026829
Genre : History
File Size : 50. 51 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 171
Read : 954

Download Now


Vitally linked to the Caribbean and southern Europe as well as to the Confederacy, the Cigar City of Tampa, Florida, never fit comfortably into the biracial mold of the New South. In Southern Discomfort, the esteemed historian Nancy A. Hewitt explores the interactions among distinct groups of women -- native-born white, African-American, and Cuban and Italian immigrant women -- that shaped women's activism in this vibrant, multiethnic city. Around the turn of the twentieth century, several historical currents converged in Tampa. The city served as a center for exiles organizing on behalf of the Cuban War of Independence and as the disembarkation point for U.S. troops heading to Cuba in 1898. It was the entrepot for thousands of Cuban and Italian immigrants seeking work in the booming cigar trade, and it attracted dozens of itinerant radicals eager to address locally based revolutionary clubs, mutual aid societies, and labor unions. Tampa was also home to an astonishing array of voluntary and reform organizations among black and white native-born women. Emphasizing the process by which women of particular racial, ethnic, and class backgrounds forged and reformulated their activist identities, this masterful volume recasts our understanding of southern history by demonstrating how Tampa's tri-racial networks alternately challenged and reinscribed the South's biracial social and political order.

Rain Song Heart Of Carolina Book 1

Author : Alice J. Wisler
ISBN : 9781441205681
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 77. 94 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 502
Read : 278

Download Now


Nicole Michelin avoids airplanes, motorcycles, and most of all, Japan, where her parents once were missionaries. Something happened in Japan...something that sent Nicole and her father back to America alone...something of which Nicole knows only bits and pieces. But she is content with life in little Mount Olive, North Carolina, with her quirky relatives, tank of lively fish, and plenty of homemade pineapple chutney. Through her online column for the Pretty Fishy Web site, she meets Harrison Michaels, who, much to her dismay, lives in Japan. She attempts to avoid him, but his e-mails tug at her heart. Then Harrison reveals that he knew her as a child in Japan. In fact, he knows more about her childhood than she does...

Raised Country Style From South Carolina To Mississippi

Author : Bettye B. Burkhalter
ISBN : 147728723X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 52. 84 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 130
Read : 304

Download Now


The saga continues with Dr. Burel’s children moving west. His son James led the Mississippi-bound wagons from South Carolina into another untamed frontier. Their first Christmas in Attalaville, Mississippi, was a grand celebration of their newfound life, only to have the New Year bring tragedy. Mississippi’s Golden Years brought prosperity to the pioneers as landowners and independent farmers. Too soon the Civil War swept across their land leaving King Cotton reeling and survivors coping with shattered lives. Sympathetic eyes of the world watched as they searched for ways to survive the aftermath of total war. Lisbeth Burel struggled with the heartbreak of losing the war, her husband James, and her youngest son. Bracing to survive post-war defeat and economic ruination, Lisbeth and her oldest son learned to cope with the nagging pain and hatred of a useless war. With the burden of the world on William Riley’s back, he turned to God and self-reliance to get them through the bleak future. Recovery was slow, and families joined hands to plant new fields of cotton, corn, and sorghum cane. Thirty years of worry and hard work turned William into an old, sick man long before his time. On a cold October morning, the stooped and frail man shuffled toward the sugarcane mill and furnace. Assuring the old family recipe and tradition continued, he taught his grandson how to cook molasses to be as smooth as silk. A couple months later William’s family celebrated the biggest Christmas since the war. Sadly, two days later the celebration was marred as his thirteen proud children mourned the loss of their Pa. After the war, William Riley took great pain to instill the belief that they, and their kind, were the moral fiber offering the best hope for rebuilding the New South. And they were.

Top Download: