Book Reviews of Small Town Girl

Small Town Girl
Small Town Girl
Author: Patricia Rice
ISBN-13: 9780345482600
ISBN-10: 0345482603
Publication Date: 2/28/2006
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 34 ratings
Publisher: Ivy Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Very good book. Highly recommended.
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Wonderful book; goes a little long, hence the 4 stars.
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I love this author. Another great book!!!!
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Good book! Interesting characters with a different theme.
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Wow! H/H very talented, stubborn, funny and hot, great supporting cast and beleivably set in a down-and-out NC mill town. Sparks fly, lively self discovery and growth by H/H. Great, fun story!
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Fasat moving, great characters, suspense,and love. E.C>
Hard-living musician Flynn"Flint" Clinton has left heartache and his wild ways behind in Nashville, returning to his sleepy hometown of Northfork, North Carolina, There he hopes to start a new life as owner of the Stardust Cafe, relaxing and raising his two preteen sons in peace and quiet.
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Book Description
A SMALL TOWN WITH A BIG HEART

Hard-living musician Flynn Flint Clinton has left heartache and his wild ways behind in Nashville, returning to his sleepy hometown of Northfork, North Carolina. There he hopes to start a new life as owner of the Stardust Café, relaxing and raising his two preteen sons in peace and quiet.

Then Flint meets the colorful, indomitable Joella Sanderson, a blond bombshell who serves a mean cup of caffeine at the Stardustand whose amazing voice belongs at the top of the charts. Jos catchy comedic ditties and radiant energy captivate the coffee shop regulars and even threaten to transform the cynical Flint, who finds himself reluctantly rediscovering the joy of music.

With Jo by his side, Flint can once again appreciate a beautiful melody and strum his guitar with the same passion and pleasure that once filled his life. But in Flints world, trouble is never far away. This time it arrives just as he dares to open his heart to the possibility of true love.

About the Author
Patricia Rice is the million-copy bestselling author of Wayward Angel, Denim & Lace, Paper Moon, Garden of Dreams, Blue Clouds, Volcano, Impossible Dreams, Almost Perfect, McClouds Woman, Carolina Girl, and California Girl. She has won numerous awards, including the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award. The mother of two children, she lives in Missouri.
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Flynn Clinton has left Nashville ro return to sleepy hometown of Northfork NC where he hopes to start a new life as owner of Stardust Cafe. Flynn meets colorful Joella. Jo's catchy comedic ditties and radiant energy captivate the coffe shop regulars. With Jo by his side, Flynn can once again appreciate beautiful melody and strum his guitar with the same passion and pleasure that once filled his life. But in Flynn's world, trouble is never far away.
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Hard-living musician Flynn Flint Clinton has left heartache and his wild ways behind in Nashville, returning to his sleepy hometown of Northfork, North Carolina. There he hopes to start a new life as owner of the Stardust Café, relaxing and raising his two preteen sons in peace and quiet.

Then Flint meets the colorful, indomitable Joella Sanderson, a blond bombshell who serves a mean cup of caffeine at the Stardustand whose amazing voice belongs at the top of the charts. Jos catchy comedic ditties and radiant energy captivate the coffee shop regulars and even threaten to transform the cynical Flint, who finds himself reluctantly rediscovering the joy of music.

With Jo by his side, Flint can once again appreciate a beautiful melody and strum his guitar with the same passion and pleasure that once filled his life. But in Flints world, trouble is never far away. This time it arrives just as he dares to open his heart to the possibility of true love.