Lovely and Refreshing, ‘Sweet Tea Tuesdays’ Restores Our Faith in Friendship [REVIEW]


Friendships between independent Southern women (aka Steel Magnolias) has been a recurring theme in fiction for as far back as we can remember. But seldom are these relationships captured as deftly as they are in Ashley Farley’s Sweet Tea Tuesdays. Find yourself a shady spot and curl up with this delicious read before the temperatures rise any further.

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Girlfriends They thought they would be friends forever. Meet Georgia, Midge, and Lula in Ashley Farley’s Sweet Tea Tuesdays. (Photo by Torrey Wiley, Flickr)

During Charleston’s long, languid, sultry summers, the heat can be so oppressive even the family dog doesn’t want to move from his spot in the shade. But three women find a way to survive, year after year: with laughter, friendship and iced cold refreshments in Ashley Farley’s delicious new novel, Sweet Tea Tuesdays.  

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