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***2013 OKRWA National Readers' Choice Award Finalist!***

A Yankee Lady Stuck in the South
Divorced wasn’t a label Anna Martin ever wanted.  Now she’s a thousand miles from home, underemployed, and lonely, but she’s squeezing this lemon life gave her and turning it into lemon meringue pie. Never again will she let any man—especially another military man—get in the way of her career.

A Southern Gentleman Military Officer
Jackson Davis believes in family, football, and Uncle Sam. He treats ladies right, takes his uniform seriously, and he loves his dog, but he doesn’t reckon he’s built for true love. After all, if a man good as his daddy couldn’t do it right, what chance does Jackson have?

One Undeniable Attraction
These two vulnerable souls are as different as cornbread and ketchup, but they fit together like sweet butter on hot biscuits. Short-term, they’re exactly what the other needs. But when their hearts get involved, they’re both gonna end up with a big ol’ case of Southern Fried Blues.

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Southern Fried Blues is Southern Great
December 29th, 2014
This book delves into the rebirth of Anna following the dissolution of her marriage to a military man. Throughout their marriage, Anna has sacrificed her education and career while moving when Neil was deployed to a new location. During a wedding reception of a friend, Neil tells Anna that it is over. He is moving in two days and does not want her to join him in the move. This has left Anna blindsided and having to learn to move on. She will NOT get involved with another military man. Then Anna meets Jackson, a military man, over a rescue from ants in Anna’s car. This book is swimming in southern charm. I laughed, I became teary, I sighed and I was totally immersed in the unfolding of the relationship of Anna Grace and Jackson. The storytelling was superb. Once I got used to the “yes ma’ams” and other southern expressions, I felt transported to the south. A thoroughly delightful book, which I happily recommend to those who need a good love story in their lives!
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July 9th, 2014
The lives of military members and the families who follow them is perfectly portrayed by Ms. Farrell. She takes an honest, thought-provoking look at the difficulty of loving someone who chooses to serve, and military members who force their families to pick up and start over. Southern Fried Blues takes what some people seem to think is a glamorous life and brings it back home. The beginning feels like the typical romance but then the real adventure begins. I recommend you give the writing of Ms. Farrell a read. Delane Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More
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