Miss Hildreth Wore Brown – Anecdotes of a Southern Belle by Olivia deBelle Byrd

Title: Miss Hildreth Wore Brown Anecdotes of a Southern Belle

Author: Olivia deBelle Byrd

Publisher: Morgan James

Date: 2010

Miss Hidreth is the quintessential southern lady. She is prim and proper and full of quirky insights into the relationships of the people around her. She has peculiar tastes and magnolia tainted observations of births, graduations, weddings, and a myriad of other social gatherings so prevalent in southern culture. She is a paragon of platitudes!

Olivia Byrd had crafted a fun and giddy look into the world of Miss Hilreth. Her descriptions of southern ladies and gentlemen is a fun frolicking romp into the world of camelia scented sitting rooms served up with a side order of bourbon over crushed ice and simple syrup in silver Jefferson cups. Charming, light, and a romping good read, Miss Hilldreth Wore Brown Anecdotes of a Southern Belle is just the start for MS Byrd, it is certain that a lady of her fine breeding and cultured background has many more stories to share with her eager audience.

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