Kristy Woodson Harvey Books in Order (Dear Carolina, Under the Southern Sky, The Peachtree Bluff)

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All of Kristy Woodson Harvey’s Books!

Who is Kristy Woodson Harvey?

Kristy Woodson Harvey is an American award-winning best-selling author of “Southern fiction” from North Carolina.

She’s known for her books “Dear Carolina,” “Under the Southern Sky,” but also for The Peachtree Bluff Series chronicling the journeys of three sisters and their mother and a secret from their past that has the potential to tear them apart and reshape their very definition of what it means to be a family.

Kristy is also known for her Design Chic blog, but also for her podcast Friends & Fiction.

If you like Kristy Woodson Harvey’s books, you may also want to take a look at our Elin Hilderbrand reading order or our Sweet Magnolias reading order.

How to read Kristy Woodson Harvey’s Books in Order?

The Peachtree Bluff Series

  1. Slightly South of Simple (2017) – Caroline Murphy swore she’d never set foot back in the small Southern town of Peachtree Bluff; she was a New York girl born and bred and the worst day of her life was when, in the wake of her father’s death, her mother selfishly forced her to move-during her senior year of high school, no less-back to that hick-infested rat trap where she’d spent her childhood summers. But now that her marriage to a New York high society heir has fallen apart in a very public, very embarrassing fashion, a pregnant Caroline decides to escape the gossipmongers with her nine-year-old daughter and head home to her mother, Ansley.
  2. The Secret to Southern Charm (2018) – After finding out her military husband is missing in action, middle sister Sloane’s world crumbles as her worst nightmare comes true. She can barely climb out of bed, much less summon the strength to be the parent her children deserve. Her mother, Ansley, provides a much-needed respite as she puts her personal life on hold to help Sloane and her grandchildren wade through their new grief-stricken lives. But between caring for her own aging mother, her daughters, and her grandchildren, Ansley’s private worry is that secrets from her past will come to light.
  3. The Southern Side of Paradise (2019) – When two new women arrive in Peachtree Bluff-one who has the potential to wreck Ansley’s happiness and one who could tear Emerson’s world apart-everything is put in perspective. And after secrets that were never meant to be told come to light, the powerful bond between the Murphy sisters and their mother comes crumbling down, testing their devotion to each other and forcing them to evaluate the meaning of family.

  1. Christmas in Peachtree Bluff (2021) – When the Murphy women are in trouble, they always know they can turn to their mother, Ansley. So when eldest daughter Caroline and her husband announce they are divorcing-and fifteen-year-old daughter Vivi acts out in response-Caroline, at her wits end, can’t think of anything to do besides leave her with Ansley in Peachtree Bluff for the holidays. After all, how much trouble can one teenager get into on a tiny island?

Other Novels by Kristy Woodson Harvey

  • Dear Carolina (2015) – Frances “Khaki” Mason has it all: a thriving interior design career, a loving husband and son, homes in North Carolina and Manhattan–everything except the second child she has always wanted. Jodi, her husband’s nineteen-year-old cousin, is fresh out of rehab, pregnant, and alone. Although the two women couldn’t seem more different, they forge a lifelong connection as Khaki reaches out to Jodi, encouraging her to have her baby. But as Jodi struggles to be the mother she knows her daughter deserves, she will ask Khaki the ultimate favor…
  • Lies and Other Acts of Love (2016) – After sixty years of marriage and five daughters, Lynn “Lovey” White knows that all of us, from time to time, need to use our little white lies. Her granddaughter, Annabelle, on the other hand, is as truthful as they come. She always does the right thing-that is, until she dumps her hedge fund manager fiancé and marries a musician she has known for three days. After all, her grandparents, who fell in love at first sight, have shared a lifetime of happiness, even through her grandfather’s declining health. But when Annabelle’s world starts to collapse around her, she discovers that nothing about her picture-perfect family is as it seems. And Lovey has to decide whether one more lie will make or break the ones she loves…
  • Feels Like Falling (2020) – It’s summertime on the North Carolina coast and the livin’ is easy. Unless that is, you’ve just lost your mother to cancer, your sister to her extremist husband, and your husband to his executive assistant. Meet Gray Howard. Right when Gray could use a serious infusion of good karma in her life, she inadvertently gets a stranger, Diana Harrington, fired from her job at the local pharmacy.

  • Under the Southern Sky (2021) – Recently separated Amelia Saxton, a dedicated journalist, never expected that uncovering the biggest story of her career would become deeply personal. But when she discovers that a cluster of embryos belonging to her childhood friend Parker and his late wife Greer have been deemed “abandoned,” she’s put in the unenviable position of telling Parker-and dredging up old wounds in the process.
  • The Wedding Veil (2022) – Present Day: Julia Baxter’s wedding veil, bequeathed to her great-grandmother by a mysterious woman on a train in the 1930s, has passed through generations of her family as a symbol of a happy marriage. But on the morning of her wedding day, something tells her that even the veil’s good luck isn’t enough to make her marriage last forever. 1914: Socialite Edith Vanderbilt is struggling to manage the luxurious Biltmore Estate after the untimely death of her cherished husband. With 250 rooms to oversee and an entire village dependent on her family to stay afloat, Edith is determined to uphold the Vanderbilt legacy-and prepare her free-spirited daughter Cornelia to inherit it-in spite of her family’s deteriorating financial situation. But Cornelia has dreams of her own.
  • The Summer of Songbirds (2023) – Nearly thirty years ago, in the wake of a personal tragedy, June Moore bought Camp Holly Springs and turned it into a thriving summer haven for girls. But now, June is in danger of losing the place she has sacrificed everything for, and begins to realize how much she has used the camp to avoid facing difficulties in her life. June’s niece, Daphne, met her two best friends, Lanier and Mary Stuart, during a fateful summer at camp. They’ve all helped each other through hard things, from heartbreak and loss to substance abuse and unplanned pregnancy, and the three are inseparable even in their thirties. But when attorney Daphne is confronted with a relationship from her past-and a confidential issue at work becomes personal-she is faced with an impossible choice.

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