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The Bluebonnet Battle

By: Carolyn Brown
Narrated by: Brittany Pressley
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Publisher's summary

New York Times bestselling author Carolyn Brown’s heartwarming novel about old rivalries, young love, and a lemon meringue pie to die for.

In Bonnet, Texas, Liddy Latham, the queen of funeral dinners, keeps a Southern comfort-food tradition alive - until fancy-schmancy Matilda Monroe moves back to town. She wants room at the table for her own style of consolation and closure: healthy, modern, and vegan. But this is about more than fried chicken versus tofu turkey. Matilda’s return is also stirring up their volatile, unresolved history. And just when they thought it couldn’t get more personal...

Matilda’s son, Nick, and Liddy’s niece, Amelia, have met and the sparks are flying. For Matilda and Liddy, their precious kin’s romance is their worst nightmare. Now, it’s all Nick and Amelia can do to survive a family feud that has the whole town talking.

The battle for the funeral dinner crown is on. As two strong-willed women wrestle for control, making peace with the past may be the only way to serve the star-crossed lovers a happy ending.

©2022 Carolyn Brown. (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

Critic reviews

“Two longtime rivals are brought to life by narrator Brittany Pressley.… Pressley's performance brings the two women's suppressed rage to the surface.… Using just the right amount of a Southern accent, Pressley helps listeners picture the small Texas town and the cast of characters.”AudioFile Magazine