Praise for Love, Charleston

From Huffington Post

“With this novel Beth Webb Hart moves up in the ranks of the accomplished southern writers. She is one of the youngest members of this southern literary coalition but she is also one of the most talented. Based on the progress shown with her first four books there is no stopping her now.”

From Charleston Magazine

Love, Charleston doesn’t fail to deliver the drama as this tale of three cousins unfolds… As Hart illuminates the difference between outward appearances and reality, the end result is a heartwarming story of love and friendship.”

From Nicole Seitz, author of Saving Cicadas, A Hundred Years Of Happiness, Trouble The Water, and The Spirit Of Sweetgrass

Like a Charleston garden in a Southern storm, Love, Charleston exposes the tangled, tenuous roots of Family in the ebb and flow of Faith and Love. Hart’s new novel is lush and gripping—you won’t want to put it down.”

From Robert Whitlow, bestselling author of Deeper Water

“If you love Charleston, you will Love, Charleston. Beth Webb Hart writes with flair and insight about fascinating people and beautiful places.”

From Library Journal

“This tender love story from the author of the Christy Award–nominated Grace at Low Tide is sure to please fans.”

From Fresh Fiction

Love, Charleston is a masterfully woven story depicting the changes we go through in life and how those changes shape and mold who we really are.”

From Romantic Times

“Hart’s story will keep readers interested from the beginning, and the characters shine with Southern charm…[A] heartwarming tale with some touching moments dealing with the realities of mental illness.

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