by Lauren Clark
Travel writer Julia Sullivan lives life in fast-forward. She jet sets to Europe and the Caribbean with barely a moment to blink or sleep. But too many mishaps and missed deadlines have Julia on the verge of being fired.
With a stern warning, and unemployment looming, she’s offered one last chance to rescue her career. Julia embarks on an unlikely journey to the ‘Heart of Dixie’—Eufaula, Alabama—home to magnificent mansions, sweet tea, and the annual Pilgrimage.
Julia arrives, soon charmed by the lovely city and her handsome host, but her stay is marred by a shocking discovery. Can Julia’s story save her career, Eufaula, and the annual Pilgrimage?
Praise for Dancing Naked in Dixie
“… a delightful, heartwarming read full of Southern secrets, sweet tea, and a touch of Dixie romance.”
– Juliette Sobanet, author, Sleeping with Paris and Kissed in Paris
“There’s nothing more fun then plunking a tried and true New Yorker down in the Deep South. I read this book in a day and loved every second of it!”
– Kate Rockland, Author, 150 Pounds
“Lauren Clark has captured the real life personalities of the hip New Yorker and the caring Southern ladies and gentlemen. This book is a must read for all romantics, young and old.”
– Trudi LoPreto, Readers Favorite
“The story is sassy and sexy; her characters are fresh and real. I adored Dancing Naked in Dixie and I’m sure you will too.”
– Laura Pepper Wu, Author, Wow! Glowing Bride in 30 Days
“A splash of humor and a healthy dollop of romance make this a fun read from beginning to end.”
– Lynnette Spratley, Author, Memory’s Child
“I read Dancing in one sitting! Loved it and didn’t want it to end! Anxiously waiting for the next one.”
– Elizabeth Wright
From the Author
Ms. Clark uses her own experience to write her novels, and much like the main character Julia in ‘Dancing Naked in Dixie’ she was drawn to the charm of the Deep South and made the move from New York state to Mobile, Alabama 10 years ago.
“There is so much to love about my ‘new’ home. The people are friendly and welcoming, they are fiercely proud of their heritage and history, and have a long-standing belief in the importance of church, family, and community.
I wanted to take some of my own experiences, insert them into Julia’s life, and watch how she grows and changes as a result. The fun of this storyline involves Julia discovering how wrong she was about the Deep South. It’s a life-changing experience for her. It’s my hope that readers feel that Dixie honors and celebrates cultural differences.”
About The Author
Lauren Clark has been a voracious reader since the age of four and would rather be stranded at the library than on a desert island. In her former life, she worked as an anchor and producer for CBS affiliates in Upstate New York and Alabama. Lauren adores her family, yoga, her new Electra bike, and flavored coffee. She lives near the Florida Gulf Coast. Visit her website at LaurenClarkBooks.org.
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