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by La Vyrle Spencer

Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: La Vyrle Spencer
ISBN: 0006510329
ISBN13: 978-0006510321
Language: English
Publisher: Harper Collins; New Ed edition (1998)
Pages: 368
Fb2 eBook: 1410 kb
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Jove books, new york. If you purchased this book without a cover, you should be aware that this book is stolen property

Jove books, new york. If you purchased this book without a cover, you should be aware that this book is stolen property. It was reported as unsold and destroyed to the publisher, and neither the author nor the publisher has received any payment for this stripped book. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, events, or locales is entirely coincidental.

LaVyrle Spencer chronicles the passionate awakening of a country music megastar. Coming from a 'small town' (at least it was when I was younger), it was easy to imagine the portrayal of the country star returning home

LaVyrle Spencer chronicles the passionate awakening of a country music megastar. Eighteen years ago, Tess McPhail left Wintergreen, Missouri, for Nashville-and never looked back. Now, at 35, after two decades of public adoration-but no love life-Tess comes home to care for her widowed mother, unprepared to handle what awaits her-and her heart. Coming from a 'small town' (at least it was when I was younger), it was easy to imagine the portrayal of the country star returning home Читать весь отзыв.

LaVyrle Spencer is the New York Times bestselling author of contemporary and historical romance novels, including Small Town Girl, Then Came Heaven, and That Camden Summer.

ng created the heartbeat of Music City. As if its lifeblood seeped into her own and powered her, she felt invigorated as she approached her office. Tourists moved in and out of souvenir shops and climbed the ramp into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Small Town Girl has been added to your Cart. LaVyrle Spencer is the New York Times bestselling author of contemporary and historical romance novels including Small Town Girl, Then Came Heaven, and That Camden Summer.

Small Town Girl book. This is a good book if you are interested in reading Ms. Spencer's complete backlist or if you just like to read anything music related, or found this in a box of books in your garage and had nothing better to do. It isn't great, but if you get it at the library, you should be good.

LaVyrle Spencer (born July 17, 1943) is an American best-selling author of contemporary and historical romance novels. She has successfully published a number of books, with several of them made into movies. Twelve of her books have been New York Times bestsellers, and Spencer was inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame in 1988. She retired from writing in 1997.

Author: LaVyrle Spencer. But her sisters insist she come home to help care for their widowed mother. Back home, Tess is suddenly a non-person, until a opportunity to help a rising star sparks passion from close b. ontents.

by. Spencer, LaVyrle.

RomanceLarge Print EditionEighteen years ago, Tess McPhail left tiny Wintergreen, Missouri for Nashville and never looked back. Now one of countrys brightest stars, Macs career is her life, with no time for marriage, children or family until her sisters insist she come home to help care for their widowed mother. After nearly two decades of public adoration, Mac comes home to being insulted by her jealous older sister, enraged by her mother and ignored by Kenny Kronek, the boy next door whom she had taunted mercilessly in high school. Kennys daughter Casey is talented, and as Mac assumes the role of mentor, the feigned indifference between Mac and Kenny turns to playful bickering, then to passion. But will the love that seems viable in Wintergreen work in Nashville? From the high-voltage rhythms of the country music scene to the gentle flow of Midwestern life, Spencers Small Town Girl doesnt miss a beat.
Comments to eBook Small Town Girl
Nuadador
I absolutely adore this story, but there's one element that always rubs me the wrong way. Faith's reasoning for not marrying Kenny is that she wouldn't be able to receive the sacraments in her Catholic church if she married a divorced man. However, that doesn't make sense. She's having premarital sex with him, which would also prohibit her from receiving the sacraments (or should). If it was that she really wanted to get married in the Catholic Church, that would be one thing, but even so that obstacle could be overcome if Kenny petitioned for an annulment of his first marriage (yes, non-Catholics can do this if they wish to marry in the Church).

I understand that the whole point was that the excuse was a flimsy one because neither of them really wanted to get married anyway, but still. Faith, as an allegedly practicing Catholic, should have known better even if Kenny didn't.
Dynen
I thought I had read all of Lavyrle Spencer's books and somehow missed this one. My favorite was Separate Beds, however, I loved every one and after finishing this story I want to go back & read all of them again. It was a sad day for us readers when she decided to retire from writing. She is one of the best.
Wetiwavas
If you haven't read Lavyle Spencer, what are you waiting for? The stories that she writes are all down to earth and believable but different enough that you don't feel the author is following a "recipe" and just changing the names and locations. I've never read any of her books that I haven't enjoyed completely and this is no exception.
Bumand
This is one of my favorite romance novels ever. I have it in paperback and Kindle and have read it twice. The characters are realistic and I cared about all of them, even the ones I wasn't supposed to like so much. It's a very sweet, sometimes sad story with a happy ending.
Madis
I had forgotten over the years that Ms. Spencer was one of my favorite authors. I came across this book and thought of wow. I loved her. So I gave it a try. Still as wonderful as ever. Glad I've got an old friend back. ❤
BoberMod
I have all the Lavyrle Spencer books and wanted them in my Kindle library to re-read. There is not one of her books that I do not like. They are all great stories with well developed characters.Some make you feel Nostalgic some thoghtful and some light-hearted. Ms. Spencer was a really good story teller. Her books have stood the test of time and I am really enjoying re-visiting her stories. I hope you enjoy them as I do.
Windbearer
Fairly unrealistic story but it describes the the inside of the country music industry and the non stop, hectic schedule of a star. Just a good old fashioned love story. Thank you Lavyrle for not throwing in the predictable "break up" of the
lovers once they finally got together. It seems every love story tries to throw those new lover break ups in and they become almost irritating rather than adding to the story!
One of favorite books! The plot is fun, the characters interesting, and the truths about life, our family, and our parents are so true. And of course the hero is a decent admirable person. Also really liked that the book was a romance but without all the sex usually in that type of book. Just a well written fun read.
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