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New From Local Author Kimber Ireland

In this modern meets Victorian society, at 18, Jaydis is living in the shadow of her older sister, Laurae, who is set to have the royal wedding of the year. Everything changes when the groom's playboy brothers, Harbur and Rei, waltz into Wellspring with sharp jaw lines and bad reputations. Jaydis catches the eye of Harbur, much to the dismay of Rei. Is it love? Is it lust? Or is she just another girl in his game? Abandonment, cheating, deception, voyeurism, and loads of regret is just the tip of the iceberg--When she finds herself in a dangerous dance between the two.

Things We Lost to the Water

A stunning debut novel about an immigrant Vietnamese family who settles in New Orleans and struggles to remain connected to one another as their lives are inextricably reshaped.

When Huong arrives in New Orleans with her two young sons, she is jobless, homeless, and worried about her husband, Cong, who remains in Vietnam. As she and her boys begin to settle in to life in America, she continues to send letters and tapes back to Cong, hopeful that they will be reunited and her children will grow up with a father.

A Place Like Mississippi

In A Place Like Mississippi, award-winning author and Mississippi native W. Ralph Eubanks treats us to a literary tour of the evocative landscapes that have inspired writers in every era. From Faulkner to Wright, Welty to Trethewey, Mississippi has been both a backdrop and a central character in some of the most compelling prose and poetry of modern literature.


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