A Lowcountry Bride

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Product Details
Price
$15.99
Publisher
Avon Books
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
5.2 X 8.0 X 0.9 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780063040298

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About the Author

Preslaysa Williams is an award-winning author who writes heartwarming romance and women's fiction with an Afro-Filipina twist. Proud of her heritage, she loves sharing her culture with her readers. A graduate of Columbia University, Preslaysa is a professional actress, a planner nerd, an avid bookworm, and a homeschool mom who wears mismatched socks.

Reviews

"Twenty twenty-first is bringing us the Black romances we deserve!"
-- Essence

"With this heartwarming tale, Williams has created a budding family that readers will root for." -- Publishers Weekly

"With superb character development and great emotional depth, Afro Filipina writer Williams stitches together a quietly powerful love story that is beautifully enriched by the deft and insightful incorporation of weighty issues such as grief and medical conditions into the compelling plot and brightly enhanced by glimpses into the vibrant culture and history of Charleston." -- Booklist (starred review)

"I absolutely adore this book...love story begins slow--like a delicious low country boil--but heats up to the perfect ending." -- Kathleen Y'Barbo, bestselling author of The Black Midnight

"Full of heart and faith, Preslaysa Williams's A Lowcountry Bride marries weddings, identity, second chances in all forms, and sweet romance into one lovely book." -- Tif Marcelo, USA Today bestselling author of The Key to Happily Ever After

"Emotionally stirring debut." -- Oprah Daily

"A sweet and chaste romance featuring an ambitious wedding dress designer who takes a break from her intense career in New York City to return home to Charleston to care for her father -- only to find love and her ideal career too." -- NPR