Popular author Ann B. Ross’ fan base grows with the publication of each novel in her Miss Julia series, which has cracked the New York Times extended best-seller list.
In this episode, the graceful Southern lady’s impeccable manners are pushed to the brink. When she learned her philandering (and late) husband left behind a lover and illegitimate son, Miss Julia could have gotten nasty. Instead, she kept her cool, adding Hazel Marie and Little Lloyd to her makeshift family. But now rumors are surfacing that call Little Lloyd’s patrilineage into question. Has Miss Julia been duped? The only way to know for sure might be to exhume Wesley Lloyd Springer’s body for a DNA test.
Fresh, funny, and full of Southern charm, Miss Julia Stands Her Ground. is as appealing as a cold glass of lemonade and an empty rocking chair in the shade.
Spend some more time with Miss Julia.
©2006 Ann B. Ross (P)2006 Recorded Books, LLC
Yes It's like listen to dramatized radio in the old days
The first book in the series
She has a convincing southern accent of the upper class. She knows the blue collar accent and the Yankee accent
I would if I could but I couldn't so it was great to get back to it. It is never too long. I love the two maylay scene in each book. I laugh out loud!
I listen to Ms. Julia so much until I have memorized them. I hate that because Ann Ross doesn't write them fast enough for me. I have recommended them to many friends who want a good laugh.
Loved the story, and the narrator does a good job overall. But there has been no editing out of mouth noises, so you hear a prominent gulp every time the narrator swallows and a sticky smack sound whenever she opens up her mouth to start a new sentence. If you have any hint of misophonia, you won't be able to take it. Haven't noticed this with other audible books in this series with this same narrator, so I think it's just bad sound editing.
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