The Town That Came A-Courtin'

The Town That Came A-Courtin' By Ronda Rich, The Town That Came A Courtin Folks around Dexter Georgia where Abby Houston grew up say the obituary writer turned worldwide bestselling author is the luckiest woman alive Her mama though says Lucky in life means unlucky in
  • Title: The Town That Came A-Courtin'
  • Author: Ronda Rich
  • ISBN: 9780425206201
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Town That Came A-Courtin' By Ronda Rich, Folks around Dexter, Georgia, where Abby Houston grew up, say the obituary writer turned worldwide bestselling author is the luckiest woman alive Her mama, though, says Lucky in life means unlucky in love Her mama must be right, because Abby s been getting her heart broken since sixth grade Then one day she waltzes into the tiny town of Bliss, Mississippi Abby s useFolks around Dexter, Georgia, where Abby Houston grew up, say the obituary writer turned worldwide bestselling author is the luckiest woman alive Her mama, though, says Lucky in life means unlucky in love Her mama must be right, because Abby s been getting her heart broken since sixth grade Then one day she waltzes into the tiny town of Bliss, Mississippi Abby s used to making up quirky, charming characters in her books, but here in Bliss it almost seems like those characters have sprung to life and Abby is fantasizing about moving right in The townspeople have set their matchmaking minds in motion and they aren t about to let Abby leave without a little love in her heart.
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    649 thoughts on “The Town That Came A-Courtin'”

    1. This is certainly not one of the best books I ve ever read, but it s a perky little story full of delightful anecdotes If you re looking for an easy read with simple southern charm, romance, humour, and a little bit of drama, then introduce yourself to Ms Abby Houston, a protagonist whom you can t help but love In her own words, she is a storyteller, a simple creature graced with the DNA that permeates the bloodlines of most people born in the Deep South nothing special, no different than most o [...]


    2. This book was outside my normal reading It was quirky story that was an entertaining read If there are stereotypes in the South, this book had them Now I don t think the author really meant to put them in there, but I got the feeling she was writing what she knows, namely Deep Southern small towns I have lived in small towns for most of my life, so it was entertaining to read about a different type of culture than what I am used to With a kidnapping and a town matchmaking, I would recommend this [...]


    3. I really enjoyed this book by a local N GA author The whole premise is based on a true story that the author experienced where a whole town kept telling her you need to meet our mayor he needs a wife So funny A really enjoyable read Anyone who likes a good Southern story or a little quirky romance should read this book.


    4. I learned that every person has a story, if you ll just take the time to dig down and find it Sometimes you find those people and those stories in the darkest places But always, you just have to slow down and take the time to see it p 43


    5. I really loved this book Having lived in the South for most of my life, Ronda Rich truly captured the flavor of Southerners perfectly I have friends whose mother reminds me of Abby s Mama 110% What a delightful read


    6. Adorable story by a local writer I loved her column in the paper so I decided to read this book I found it as cute, sweet, and as southern as her articles I m looking forward to reading some of her non fiction books too


    7. There were a number of places that had me laughing I related far too well with the character s troubles with her mother The pace was good A number of the characters reminded of people I knew Poor Elmer I almost cried.


    8. What a fun book Glad Cindy picked this up by accident If you want a fun quick read, I read it in a day grab this book You ll fall in love with these characters yes, even Mama and learn some insights along the way Recommended.


    9. I read this book in condensed form I thought it was okay, but kind of silly It was based partly on an experience the author had, but I felt like everything happened too fast in the book and seemed too cheesy.


    10. An amusing little southern romance that absolutely delighted my mother Although most of it is predictable, it does offer one off beat twist.


    11. It was a nice quick read apparently I m a sucker for sweet southern novels I love the small town feeling that was portrayed.


    12. Kind of sappy and silly I liked that it was a good clean book I was surprised at the kidnapping, which gave it some excitement.



    13. I read this when I first started working at the library on a recommendation from a patron Note to self not all patron recommendations should be followed.


    14. This was a cute good old fashioned love story not a lot of substance, but entertaining It is full of romance Southern style sweet and funny.




    15. Great story fun and touching a small town setting with a big heartBeing produced as a movie to be shown on the UP cable network in Jan 2014





    16. Pick this book up by accident and actually was pleasantly surprised Another great summer read 3.5 stars for making me feel good



    17. HATED this book.i only read the first two chapters and was bored to death so i took it back to the library was just so slow.


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