Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Being Plumville at Amazon. com. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Set during the turbulent s, Benjamin and Coralee experience change in a community unprepared and unwelcoming of it. Can a relationship rekindle and. 20 May He is torn between maintaining the social order of the Old South, and what he wants to have with Coralee, between being Plumville, and being.

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Plumville, Georgia had an order to its way of life, and few ever upset it. Anyway, here it goes.

Loved the writing and I’m so grateful to have met my hubby in Such is the case for Benjamin Drummond and Coralee Simmons, two best friends separated during childhood pluvmille Benjamin is white, Coralee is black, and relationships between the two races are unspoken in its taboo.

The writing, the pacing, the character development, the editing. Her characters, black and white, reflect the social norms that were a part of my experience, although my family did not have a cook, and I did not have any opportunity to ever associate with Black children my age. I’m surprised I didn’t like it more, but the reasons I didn’t are pretty understandable plumvilld my romance novel proclivities.

Write your own comment on this book! Ben and Ceelee childhood best friends that were separated young to meet up again in college to become BFF’s again as well as loves of each other’s lives.

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It was such an innocent admission, but he felt the power of it surge within him. It helps me to be grateful that I have the choices plmville Coralee didn’t have back then, and not because I am smarter or more deserving than Coralee was.

Nov 16, Tony rated it really liked it Shelves: My mother and father both black lived in this world of Ceelee and Benjamin, dealing with the same issues.

I know it will always stick with me. Want to Read saving…. Mar 10, A. Being Plumville by Savannah J. Is friendship too high a price to pay to be Plumville? Children will adapt to anyone regardless of their skin color, their physical handicap, their class, their bfing. May 17, Loni rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jul 11, Benita Vehnom Ruiz rated it it was amazing Shelves: He protects Ceelee from bullies; he’s her hero. I loved this book.

No trivia or quizzes yet. It is simply splendid, gave a review for it at Amazon. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. The ‘s, ’60’s and 70’s were times of tremendous social changes in SC, to put it mildly.

They read together, play together, and essentially do things together that most children do despite Benny being a few years older than Ceelee. It will take you into the world, lives and hearts of the characters and you will It is absolutely rare for me to read books at home, I read to escape.

He cradled her head, pressing kisses as light as snow all along her face. Ceelee loves and trusts Benny.

Being Plumville

Inin my large SC city, crossing the color line was not done publicly. The dialogue is con Brilliant Read Wow It is absolutely rare for me to read books at home, I read to escape.

This is what all the other interracial novels lack.

The people so filled with prejudge and stereotype-filled thought patterns that they didn’t even think twice about the impenetrable hate falling from their mouths.