A Peach of a Pair (Paperback)

By Kim Boykin

Berkley, 9780425281994, 304pp.

Publication Date: August 4, 2015

List Price: 15.00*
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Description

Palmetto Moon inspired The Huffington Post to rave, “It is always nice to discover a new talented author and Kim Boykin is quite a find.” Now, she delivers a novel of a woman picking up the pieces of her life with the help of two spirited, elderly sisters in South Carolina.

March, 1953. Nettie Gilbert has cherished her time studying to be a music teacher at Columbia College in South Carolina, but as graduation approaches, she can’t wait to return to her family—and her childhood sweetheart, Brooks—in Alabama. But just days before her senior recital, she gets a letter from her mama telling her that Brooks is getting married . . . to her own sister.

Devastated, Nettie drops out of school and takes a job as live-in help for two old-maid sisters, Emily and Lurleen Eldridge. Emily is fiercely protective of the ailing Lurleen, but their sisterhood has weathered many storms. And as Nettie learns more about their lives on a trip to see a faith healer halfway across the country, she’ll discover that love and forgiveness will one day lead her home . . .


About the Author

Kim Boykin lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband, three dogs, and 126 rose bushes. She is the author of Palmetto Moon and The Wisdom of Hair.


Praise For A Peach of a Pair

Praise for A PEACH OF A PAIR:

"With her heartfelt storytelling and wonderfully charming characters, Boykin brings us another lush Southern tale to cherish. A truly delightful read."—RT Book Reviews

"Enjoyable and heartwarming....The kind of book that makes you want to lock the door, turn off the phone and read every page straight through to the end."—Huffington Post


Praise for the novels of Kim Boykin:

“Boykin...knows how to tell a story that will charm and fascinate her readers.”—The Huffington Post

“Kim Boykin’s ability to set the scene is incredible...A beautifully authentic and inspiring story.”—A Novel Thought

“Kept me captivated...This read is like a breath of fresh air.”—A Southern Girl’s Bookshelf