Being Plumville



Plumville, Georgia had an order to its way of life, and few ever upset it. Benjamin Drummond is heir to all Plumville had to offer-wealth, good looks, and a promising career as a future state judge. As a graduating senior at a local college, he's poised for success, if only he can keep his grades up. With the distractions of playing football, being in a fraternity, and having his pick of the women on campus, he has little incentive to study-until his assigned tutor turns out to be a black girl from his past who'd never left his mind...or heart. Coralee Simmons is determined to make it out of Plumville with a diploma in her hand and dignity in her stride, despite a social climate determined to stifle both. And with her family and friends supporting her each step of the way, Coralee knows she will go far. Yet when her mentor provides a tutoring opportunity to increase her edge, she's suddenly reunited with the white boy who'd meant too much to her as a child...and still did even now. Set during the turbulent 1960s, Benjamin and Coralee experience change in a community unprepared and unwelcoming of it. Can a relationship rekindle and bloom under such adversity, or will it succumb in the battle for Plumville's status quo?

Product Details

Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date
September 23, 2014
6.0 X 0.66 X 9.0 inches | 0.93 pounds

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About the Author

USA TODAY Best-Selling Author Savannah J. Frierson crafts #ownvoices romance and mainstream fiction full of happily-ever-afters for independent women who are late-bloomers in love. She taps into women's softness to show vulnerability as a strength to be embraced and celebrated. Savannah's characters find empowerment through love, and she hopes her dear readers do too.