Dear Carolina


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$16.00  $14.88
Berkley Books
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5.5 X 0.8 X 8.2 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author

Kristy Woodson Harvey is the author of The Southern Side of Paradise, The Secret to Southern Charm, Slightly South of Simple, Lies and Other Acts of Love, Dear Carolina and The Wedding Veil. She is a born-and-bred North Carolina girl who loves all four seasons--especially fall in Chapel Hill, where she attended college, and summer in Beaufort, where she and her family spend every free moment.


*PopSugar's Best Books for Women*
*Huffington Post's Summer Reading: Women's Fiction Style*
*Glitter Guide's Must-Read List for June*
*Deep South Magazine's Best Beach Reads*
*The Herald Sun's Summer Reads*

Praise for Dear Carolina

"Characters with rich, complicated lives...beautifully shows how a family comes to be."--New York Times bestselling author Jodi Thomas

"A beautifully written and overwhelmingly heart driven book that makes me proud to call myself a North Carolinian! The south is known for breeding brilliant storytellers and Kristy Woodson Harvey has proven herself to be one of the south's most heartfelt female driven authors of our generation."--Jaime Pressly, star of CBS's Mom

"Ingenious."--Romantic Times

"Southern fiction at its best. Lovely and lyrical, with the strong voices of the two female narrators taking us deep into the heart of what being a mother is about. It shows us that love is not without sacrifice, and there's little in life that doesn't go down easier with a spoonful of jam. Beautifully written."--New York Times bestselling author Eileen Goudge

"Kristy Harvey is a natural."--Ann Garvin, Author of On Maggie's Watch and The Dog Year

"Southern to the bone and full of engaging characters...a strikingly beautiful story of love and sacrifice."--Kim Boykin, author of Palmetto Moon

"A stunning southern and compelling debut of love and sacrifice. The next Dorothea Benton Frank meets Emily Giffin!"--JDC Must Read Books

"A beautiful depiction of two very different lives paralleled only through motherhood, Dear Carolina comes to a powerful conclusion: 'You can never have too many people who love you.'"--Deep South Magazine

"Just plain good fiction."--Greensboro News & Record

"Will tug at your heart-strings in so many ways."--Traveling with T

"By far one of the best women's fiction books I've ever read."--The Turning Pages