Confederates Don't Wear Couture by Stephanie Kate Strohm

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It’s all harmless summer fun, but it has the feeling of the retread that it is; perhaps next year Libby should get a different sort of summer job.
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Publishers Weekly praised the Pilgrims Don'tWear Pink author Stephanie Kate Strohm for "turning a strong heroine and a few surprises into a clever, tightly written book that will keep readers wondering who will become Libby's Mr. Darcy." This romantic sequel follows suit in high style! High-style hoopskirts, that is . . .

When history nerd Libby's gay fashion designer best friend asks for help selling his gowns to the wives of Civil War reenactors, she jumps at the chance to frolick on a nineteenth-century playground. But Alabama's no sweet home: sweltering heat, no Starbucks, a vengeful ghost . . .

And the boys? Miss Libby's got the North and the South fighting for her heart.

 

About Stephanie Kate Strohm

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Stephanie Kate Strohm grew up in Connecticut and attended Middlebury College in Vermont, where she was voted Winter Carnival Queen. Currently she lives in New York City with a huge shoe collection and a little white dog named Lorelei Lee.
 
Published June 4, 2013 by HMH Books for Young Readers. 240 pages
Genres: Romance, Horror, Young Adult, History, War, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction
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Above average
on Apr 03 2013

It’s all harmless summer fun, but it has the feeling of the retread that it is; perhaps next year Libby should get a different sort of summer job.

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