New York Times bestselling author Dorothea Benton Frank returns with The Last Original Wife (release date June 11, 2013), a Carolina Lowcountry tale about a woman, Leslie Ann Greene Carter, who is the last “original” wife in her husband Wesley’s successful Atlanta social circle. When Leslie decides she has been reminded enough of this fact and decides not to keep playing the good wife, she leaves Atlanta to return to her beloved hometown of Charleston. Now that she has time to herself, she reflects on her life and tries to reclaim the carefree vivacious girl she once was. In this quest to find herself and the love she deserves, Leslie rediscovers life, love, family and true friendship.
Frank’s promotional book tour has a heavy concentration of stops in the South starting in Ocean Isle Beach, N.C. on June 10 and ending in Rehoboth Beach, Del. on July 2 including several stops in Charleston and Atlanta where the book is set. Atlanta stops include a talk, book signing and luncheon at the City of Woodstock’s Magnolia Hall at noon (click here to learn more and to make reservations – $60 pp, includes copy of book) and then an evening event at the Margaret Mitchell House, both on Monday, June 24. Click here to see Frank’s entire The Last Original Wife‘s book tour schedule with lots of Southern city stops. Click to preview the first chapter of The Last Original Wife.Tweet