Who can resist the boy next door? This value-priced bundle of sweet, small-town contemporary romances has universal appeal.
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Forgiving Jackson: When a devastating fire at one of his concerts reopens old wounds for country superstar Jackson Beauford, he heads home for some peace and quiet—only to discover that his old nemesis, stubborn Southern magnolia Emory Lowell, has planted herself at his family estate, bringing chaos in her wake.
Coming Home: Callie Sorenson’s first love was tall, tanned, and, as her older brother’s best friend, completely off limits. But now a twist of fate brings her back from New York City to the childhood home she left behind years ago, and to hometown boy Danny McCutcheon. Callie is not the young girl he remembers—as a woman, she’s turning his world upside down. The risk to their hearts is high, but the temptation may just prove to be too much to resist.
Waking Up to Love: Fans of While You Were Sleeping will love this debut tale! When Scott McInney’s mom gets a slight case of amnesia, he convinces old pal Ramona, the identical twin sister of his runaway wife, to step into her heels. Ramona reluctantly agrees to help out, but when the pretending gets too real, will Scott figure out that he might have married the wrong twin?
No Nice Girl: Phyllis Gordon cares too much for her neighbor, Terry McClain, to marry him until she rids herself of her unrequited passion for her millionaire employer, Kenyon Rutledge. But that could be a hopeless cause, because Kenyon’s fiancée has beauty, brains, and money besides. How’s a girl to compete with that? Then Phyllis’s cousin arrives in town with a diabolically innocent threat to everyone’s hearts.
USA TODAY bestselling author Alicia Hunter Pace is the writing team of Stephanie Jones and Jean Hovey. Stephanie lives in Jasper, Alabama, where she teaches sixth grade. She is a native Alabamian who likes football, Civil War history, and people who follow the rules. She is happy to provide a list of said rules to anyone who needs them. Jean, a former public librarian, lives in Decatur, Alabama, with her husband in a hundred-year-old house that always wants something from her. She likes to cook but has discovered the joy of Mrs. Paul’s fish fillets since becoming a writer. Find Alicia Hunter Pace at AliciaHunterPace.com, on Facebook, and on Twitter @AliciaHPace.