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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2007

    Another great one from Marsha Moyer!

    Just like the first two from Marsha Moyer, Heartbreak Town is great! Miss Moyer is officially my new favorite author!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Lucy Hatch and Ash Farrell fell in love and married. They left East Texas for his career as a country singer in Nashville. However, she hated the big city and finally Ash¿s ¿Juicy Lucy¿ left him behind in Tennessee to return to her hometown of Mooney. There she works at Faye¿s Flower Shop and raises their young son Jude although her family and neighbors help her.---------- However, she wakes up to a trailer parked in her yard with cowboy boots on the window sill. Lucy knows that Ash is parked outside, but is unsure of why he is here in Mooney. Ash swears he has changed as he has missed her and his Hey Jude, but in reality he is fleeing from himself as his dreams have been nuked by her leaving him and his use of drugs. He vows to stay parked in his wife¿s yard forever if need be because he wants a second chance she wants to say yes, but has doubts that the charmer has changed.---------- The key to this second chance at love tale is the red dirt that middle age Lucy and Ash seem to wallow in as their relationship is filled with difficult issues that do not magically vanish with a kiss. The eccentric cast augments the entertaining story line as they either matchmake or intrude on Ash¿s efforts to win back the love of his life. Contemporary fans will enjoy this fine tale as ¿the yellow rose of Texas beats the belles of Tennessee¿.-------------- Harriet Klausner

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