The Southern Education of a Jersey Girl by Jaime Primak Sullivan
Adventures in Life and Love in the Heart of Dixie

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One might wish for more insight into the life of a transplanted Northerner and less emphasis on all-purpose bits of insight and what seems at times a one-sided love story, but it’s hard to resist Sullivan’s spunky, outgoing personality.
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Jaime Primak Sullivan, outspoken star of Bravo TV’s Jersey Belle, offers no-nonsense Southern-spun advice for navigating life and love with her signature charismatic Jersey charm in this winning fish-out-of-water tale.

Jamie Primak Sullivan, a Jersey-bred, tough-as-nails PR maven—and unlikely transplant in an upscale suburb of Birmingham, Alabama—has spent her entire life crossing the line: whether she’s pushing the boundaries of what proper Southern ladies consider to be “polite behavior” or literally traversing the Mason-Dixon line in the name of love. She isn’t afraid to say what everyone is thinking when it comes to love, sex, friendship, and many other topics that are all-too-often sugar-coated in polite Southern company. But when a meet-cute scenario right out of a Nora Ephron movie upends her life, Jaime finds herself a reluctant “knish out of water,” smack-dab in the Deep South starting a life with her new husband, the perfect Southern gentleman.

In The Southern Education of a Jersey Girl, Jaime shares hard-learned lessons on Southern etiquette, deep-fried foods, college football, and matters of the heart while living in the heart of Dixie, with her quintessential ball-busting, bullsh*t free, and side-splitting Jersey twist.
 

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Jaime Primak Sullivan found fame as the star of Bravo TV’s, Jersey Belle, and parlayed that exposure into a successful daily web series, #cawfeetawk. A career woman and a mom, Jaime is also the founder and president of Bridge and Tunnel Entertainment, a full-service public relations and strategic marketing agency. After falling in love, Jaime relocated to Mountain Brook, Alabama, where she and her husband are raising three children currently under the age of seven. Somehow, Jaime manages to run all aspects of her various businesses while juggling life as a busy mother, adoring wife, and a (sometimes) reluctantly transplanted Southern belle.Eve Adamson is a six-time New York Times bestselling author and award-winning freelance writer who has written or cowritten over sixty-five books.
 
Published August 2, 2016 by Touchstone. 305 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Self Help, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography, Romance, Parenting & Relationships, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction
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on May 25 2016

One might wish for more insight into the life of a transplanted Northerner and less emphasis on all-purpose bits of insight and what seems at times a one-sided love story, but it’s hard to resist Sullivan’s spunky, outgoing personality.

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