Monday, April 23, 2012

A Red, Red Rose by Susan Coryell Reviewed

Susan Coryell has combined family history with the loves, secrets and mysteries of generations to produce an uncommonly enjoyable southern tale. I found myself compelled to keep reading to discover the answers to Ashby Overton's questions about her grandmother's.

Miss Emma, the family retainer and Grandmother Lenore's childhood friend, knows more than she feels comfortable talking about. She won't even share a word about who Rosabelle was.

Ashby is spending the summer at the family home in Virginia and is determined to find the liaisons she needs to discover the answers though.

Susan is career educator with a BA in English and an MAIS in writing, English, and education. She's taught English, speech, drama, reading, and English as a Second Language to students from 7th grade through college. Susan married her high school sweetheart and has have 3 children and 6 grand children. She lives in her home state of Virginia at Smith Mountain Lake.

Read more about Susan and her work at her website

You can purchase A Red, Red Rose in either the Kindle edition or paperback on

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