A-Z Wednesday

This book is on my To Be Read List but it was the only book that started with “N” so I thought I would go ahead and post it!

Peyton is not ready to share her widowed father with anyone, let alone a barely remembered cousin who just rolled into town. However, her father seems to like Nora well enough, and prim Aunt Augusta hates her, which raises Nora slightly in Peyton’s esteem. Maybe Nora is just what quiet Lytton, Georgia needs this summer.

The whole household is revitalized by Nora’s energy, and it looks as if she might stay on forever. But soon it becomes clear that something is troubling her deeply. It has to be something from her past that’s bothering her, something she is running from. When the shocking truth comes to light, it stuns the residents of their small segregated town. It also teaches Peyton the enormous cost of loving — and the necessity of doing it anyway.

About the Author:
Anne Rivers Siddons is the author of more than a dozen bestselling novels, including Sweetwater Creek; Islands; Nora, Nora; Hill Towns; Colony, Outer Banks; and Fox’s Earth. She is also the author of a work of nonfiction, John Chancellor Makes Me Cry. Many of her books take place in and around Atlanta, Georgia, or explore characters from the south that are living elsewhere. Siddons and her husband, Heyward, spend their time in Charleston, South Carolina, and Brooklin, Maine.
You can purchase this book here.
*This book was purchase by me from my local library at one of their sales*

11 November, 2009
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  • Reply gautami tripathy

    I like Siddons!

    11 November, 2009 at 4:26 pm
  • Reply carolsnotebook

    Sounds like a good one. I’ve actually never read anything by her.

    11 November, 2009 at 4:42 pm
  • Reply Nise'

    I have not read any of Siddon’s books yet.

    11 November, 2009 at 6:27 pm
  • Reply Vicki

    I’ve only read one Siddons book, Off Season, which I loved. Might have to add this to my TBR pile!

    Thanks for playing

    12 November, 2009 at 1:05 am
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