Small Town Romance Collection

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Readers of New York Times bestselling author Carolyn Brown will love this collection of vintage romances plus a brand new novella—all with secrets to uncover and with love to be found!

Honky Tonk Angel
Angel Conrad’s secrets ran deep and even though she’d made a successful life for herself, she’s never gotten over that pain.

Red River Deep
Tracey has a secret, and bittersweet memories that she keeps close to her heart. Maybe a brand new start in a brand new town would help erase the memories.

An Old Love’s Shadow
Mercy thought that what happened in Mexico was supposed to stay in Mexico but the secret followed her home to Oklahoma.

Bride for a Day
Cassie was on the run with a sheriff coming right at her and a handsome farmer close enough that she could touch him. Then she was married at least for a day—and his family wanted to know all her secrets.

The Third Wish
Jessica certainly had no desire to get involved with anyone once she’d found out the secret in her background, especially not the arrogant Rocky Rycroft.

A collection that all Carolyn Brown fans will be sure to enjoy!

Book Info

  • Original Title:Small Town Romance Collection
  • Author:
  • Rating:9.04 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:B01MUAAZ49
  • Publisher:Published February 14th 2017 by Vintage Publishing

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Clancy Morgan took a second look at the woman standing in the shadows beside the double-wide doors of the banquet hall. There was something about her sexy silhouette that looked familiar, but it had been a long time since he'd seen most of his former classmates, and he couldn't make out her face in the half-light. Perhaps she hadn't been a member of his graduating class, but he just knew that her name was somewhere in the back of his mind.

He suddenly remembered that Angela Conrad used to stand like that, but this woman couldn't be her. The Angela he'd known had always been shy. She'd never show up at a noisy ten-year reunion like this.

"And now, please welcome Dorothy Simpson, the valedictorian of the class of nineteen-thirty-seven," intoned the master of ceremonies from the podium. "Isn't she wonderful?" The crowd applauded as a frail, elderly woman made her way through, and Clancy turned aroun...

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