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Publisher's Summary

The delightful final installment of the beloved and New York Times best-selling Miss Julia series.

Wedding fever hits Abbotsville, and several of Miss Julia's friends have plans to tie the knot. But, as usual, nothing is so simple. Christy Hargrove suddenly gives up a lifelong dream and drops out of medical school to marry; Helen Stroud and Thurlow Jones decide to change their commercial arrangement into a marital one; and, to Miss Julia's consternation, Lillian, her housekeeper and closest companion, is considering a less-than-romantic offer to wed a local businessman who turns courting into a job interview. And then there's LuAnne, who just wants to be married, and Janelle, who doesn't. 

Miss Julia wants to properly celebrate each ceremony, insofar as anyone will let her. But Helen wants a private, even secretive, wedding; Christy's fiancé wants a destination wedding; and Lillian can't decide if she wants a wedding at all. In the middle of it all, a strange figure keeps showing up in town, streaking across lawns and vandalizing the gardens of Miss Julia's neighbors. Abbotsville's liveliest resident finds herself trying to solve it all - matters of the heart and petty crime alike - and once again save the day.

©2021 Ann B. Ross (P)2021 Recorded Books

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Is It Really The End???

Miss Julia has been entertaining an interesting group of readers and listeners for years. The publisher says this is the final book in the series. There is so much more that the good folks of Abbotsville can do that , I hate to see this as the end.

Miss Julia, Helen, Lillian, LuAnne, Etta Mae, and all the rest are either in the process of wedding planning or trying to chase down the naked man terrorizing the older women in town. There are lots of laugh out loud moments as well as serious possibilities happening. Some at the same time.

I love this series and hope that sometime in the future this cast of characters will reappear to entertain us some more.

Thank You Ann B. Ross!!!

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Truly a Treasure —- Hoping this really isn’t the end

I have loved the tales Miss Julia and her entire family since the very beginning; having discovered the Abbottsville citizens on a family road trip from Baltimore to Myrtle Beach.

Thank you Ann B. Ross for the many miles of enjoyment and wholesome fun.

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I’m not mad

I can’t imagine my living in a world where I don’t get updates on Miss Julia and Lillian. I do like to think of them continuing on without time to let me know how they’re doing. I’m really , really going to miss Cynthia Darlow telling me about Abbotsville. Her voice is Miss Julia.

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I have long enjoyed the Miss Julia books. This one got a bit preachy to me. Miss Julia always had strong opinions, but it seemed more like the author was wanting to get across her personal opinions about today’s headlines. The story itself was a bit thin. If this is indeed the last Miss Julia book, he goes out on a less than stellar note. Cynthia Darlow was an excellent narrator, as usual

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Narration is beyond compare!

I loved the book and the narration by Cynthia Darlow is the best! Fun and enjoyable to listen to.

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I love Miss Julia

I hope this isn’t the end as others have said. More please. She’s a favorite

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Best series ever!

I’ve just finished re-reading the series in order and I’m in love with every character. Thank you Ann B Ross for your clean and funny books! It was joyful to spend my time with your characters!

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I'll really miss, Miss. Julia

I love the book as I have loved all of the Miss. Julia books over the years! I'll really miss keeping up with her and her family and friends.

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Within 5 minutes of listening I was laughing.

These books always put a smile on my face. They just get better with every book.

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Miss Julia is a Winner

I’ve read all of the Miss Julia books—and found myself laughing out loud so many times. If you are from the South, you will recognize all the Southernisms all through each book. Ann Ross’s latest offering is just as great as all the rest. Can’t wait for her to publish her next!!