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What Southern Women Know (That Every Woman Should): Timeless Secrets to Get Everything You Want in Love, Life, and Workby Ronda Rich
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Southern women are experts at combining femininity and charm with shrewdness and strength. They manage life and love with grace, wit, and optimism and their allure is undeniable. Men are drawn to them; women are fascinated by them. And it's not just the honeysuckle drawl. As revealed by Ronda Rich, a born and bred Steel Magnolia, it's much more. But you don't have to be born in the South to benefit from the attributes of the Southern woman. Just follow the closely guarded secrets revealed here for the first time.
"Engagingly makes her case with hilarious anecdotes about Dixie Chicks who have succeeded in life and love by applying their Steel Magnolia principles." People
"Who could resist? Down-to-earth, commonsense tips for satisfying personal and professional relationships that even a man or hundreds could benefit from." The Sun Herald
"Scarlett O'Hara couldn't have said it better." The Atlanta Journal-Constitition
A Southern Belle Primer meets The Rules in this engaging volume that explains the mystique of Southern women and why they always get what they want, and shows women how to get the same kind of romantic, professional, and personal success.
Rich explains the mystique of Southern women and why they always get what they want, and shows how women can achieve the same kind of personal and professional success by retaining their femininity and respect for tradition, choosing their battles carefully, and being courteous and positive.
About the Author
Ronda Rich is the author of What Southern Women Know (That Every Woman Should) and a novel, The Town That Came A-Courtin'. She is an eleventh-generation Southerner who firmly believes that charm disarms. In her weekly syndicated newspaper column, "Dixie Divas," she writes humorously and poignantly about the South and its women. Ronda, who lives in Gainesville, Georgia, is a daily devotee of the fine art of flirtation.
To visit her web page go to: http://www.southernallure.com
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