Peachtree Road

Peachtree Road

eBook - 2005
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In Atlanta, Georgia, Lucy Bondurant, a spirited beauty who refuses to conform to the demands of Southern society, and her cousin, shy and quiet Gibbs Bondurant, are joined by their defiance against the constraints of aristocratic society. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

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Headstrong, exuberant, and independent, Lucy Bondurant is a devastating beauty who will never become the demure Southern lady her mother and society demand. Sheppard Gibbs Bondurant III, Lucy's older cousin, is too shy and bookish to become the classically suave and gregarious Southern gentleman his family expects. Growing up together in a sprawling home on Atlanta's Peachtree Road, these two will be united by fierce love and hate, and by rebellion against the narrow aristocratic society into which they were born. Anne Rivers Siddons's classic novel vividly brings to life their mesmerizing, unforgettable story—set against the dramatic changing landscape of Atlanta, a sleepy city destined for greatness.


Headstrong, independent, and devastatingly beautiful Lucy Bondurant Chastain Venable will never become the demure Southern lady her family requires—while her older cousin, Sheppard Gibbs Bondurant III, is too shy and bookish, a far cry from the suave, gregarious Southern gentleman he's expected to be. In the Bondurants' sprawling home on Atlanta's Peachtree Road, these two will be united by a fierce tainted love—and torn apart by a smoldering rage fanned by the cruelty of years and the unbending demands of privilege.

A masterful tale of love, hate, and rebellion set in an elite world of class and wealth,New York Times bestselling author Anne Rivers Siddons's Peachtree Road is the unforgettable story of the turbulent growth of a great Southern city and of two people cursed by blood and birth.



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Two star-crossed cousins, the independent Lucy and the bookish Shep, play out a love-hate relationship over several decades among the elite levels of Southern society.

Publisher: New York : PerfectBound, 2005
ISBN: 9780061132964
0061132969
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dragonsnakes Mar 07, 2011

Good read

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