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The Southern Belle's Handbook - Sissy LeBlanc's Rules to Live By - cover

The Southern Belle's Handbook - Sissy LeBlanc's Rules to Live By

Loraine Despres

Publisher: William Morrow

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Summary

Learn how to navigate life with the effortless savior faire of a true daughter of the South with The Southern Belle's Handbook. 
Sissy LeBlanc's rules to live by will teach you how to hook, hold on to, and handle any man as well as conquer any personal situation with the poise and confidence of a sophisticated southern stunner. 
And because every woman possesses her own sassy instincts, you can also record your own rules for unstoppable fabulousness and success.

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