Small Town Girl [NOOK Book]

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Ex-country musician Flynn Clinton retires from the road for the challenge of raising his two boys in his old hometown, but the talented, sexy waitress who thinks she runs his new coffee shop has the means to carve what remains of his future into coffee grounds unless he finds some way of offering her the career he’s given up.
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Small Town Girl

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Overview

Ex-country musician Flynn Clinton retires from the road for the challenge of raising his two boys in his old hometown, but the talented, sexy waitress who thinks she runs his new coffee shop has the means to carve what remains of his future into coffee grounds unless he finds some way of offering her the career he’s given up.
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Editorial Reviews

RT Book Reviews - Marilyn Weigel
The sexual tension between Jo and Flint is palpable, and the small-town community provides a warm, often humorous setting for their burgeoning romance
Coffee Time Romance - Reviewer Wateena
These two (characters) sizzled with sexual tension, and their snappy dialogue keeps you entertained. Secondary characters tie all this together creating a wonderful story you do not want to miss.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013766525
  • Publisher: Book View Cafe
  • Publication date: 1/10/2012
  • Series: Northfork NC series , #0
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 434,844
  • File size: 923 KB

Meet the Author

Author Bio
With several million books in print and New York Times and USA Today's bestseller lists under her belt, former CPA Patricia Rice is one of romance's hottest authors. Her emotionally-charged contemporary and historical romances have won numerous awards, including the RT Book Reviews Reviewers Choice and Career Achievement Awards. Her books have been honored as Romance Writers of America RITA® finalists in the historical, regency and contemporary categories.
A firm believer in happily-ever-after, Patricia Rice is married to her high school sweetheart and has two children. A native of Kentucky and New York, a past resident of North Carolina, she currently resides in St. Louis, Missouri, and now does accounting only for herself. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, the Authors Guild, and Novelists, Inc.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2006

    Enjoyable read.

    Emotionally and physically wounded Flynn ¿Flint¿ Clinton leaves country music stardom behind in Nashville as he returns to his small town roots to try and become the father that he wants to be to his two preteen sons. His quest for the simple life becomes a distant wish as he becomes consumed with the beautiful and fascinating Joella Sanderson and the series of mishaps that occur in the close knit small town of Northfork, North Carolina. Flint struggles to make a living from being the new owner of the Stardust Café and trying hard not to fall for the lovely Jo who he knows is destined for bigger and better things. Ignoring that fact that she could bring him to financial ruin Flint helps Jo become the star that she should be. ......................... With her captivating charm and wit, Jo works hard to keep her small town alive in the face of the mill closing, her mother¿s illness, and her sister¿s failing marriage. Even though she has sworn off music men, Jo finds it hard to resist her new boss, Flint, and is sure that they can make beautiful music together. ........................... *** Though I did enjoy this romantic story by Patricia Rice, I felt that it could have had more depth to hold the reader¿s interest better. The interactions between the characters could have had more substance instead of the bulk of the story being played out in the main characters¿ thoughts. The relationship between Flint and his sons could also have been improved upon. ***

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2006

    Great contemporary romance!

    Flint Clinton lived life in the fast lane. Music was his mistress and as a composer and guitarist for a popular country band he enjoyed traveling on the road and reaping the benefits of his fame and fortune. Various lawsuits, including his recently deceased ex-wife¿s divorce, have depleted his funds and after a debilitating accident that leaves his hand damaged Flint vows to start a new life for himself along with his two teenage sons in his hometown of Northfork, North Carolina. With the advance he received from his latest work, composing new music for an up and coming singer, he has just enough money to buy the run down Stardust café. Maybe all he needs is to find a comfortable woman, one who doesn¿t have stars in her eyes, to settle down and help provide a stable home for him and his boys. Joella Sanderson has had it with two-timing, two-bit musicians. As a waitress in the local café she dreams of the day when she¿ll makes it big and she can kiss the small town of Northfork good-bye. A horrible case of stage fright leaves her unable to sing on stage, but her gift of writing fun and catchy lyrics will be her ticket to the big-time--until she finds out that her low-down lying ex has copyrighted them as his own. This is a classic example of what a romance should be. The first page alone is worth the price of the book with its effortless demonstration of how to show and not tell. Right away we learn that the hero is the scarred beast who sees his once glorious gift as a curse, that he is a good man who wants to change for the better, yet the music, which he sees as the root of his downfall, still calls to him. He is flawed, but human. Add a dash of intrigue and a hint of sins long past and you have page one of a fabulous novel. This is the first Patricia Rice book I¿ve read. It certainly won¿t be the last.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fine contemporary romance

    His divorce did not shake musician Flynn 'Flint' Clinton, but the subsequent death of his ex Melinda and his drunken accident have left their two pre-adolescent boys, John and Adam, shocked and grieving. Flint decides to leave Nashville behind though still a star and he hopes to connect with his sons that he always has loved, but never showed them his feelings the kids prefer living with their yuppie grandparents in Northfork, North Carolina. Still he returns to the hometown to start anew life as owner of the Stardust Café that he recently purchased. He also needs to know who his former partner and ex best friend RJ stole the lyrics of a hit from. --- Within five minutes of his vow to stay away from women, he cannot stop looking at Joella Sanderson, who works at the Stardust. She sings amusing tunes to their customers, but rejects Flint¿s advances as she has not forgotten being ripped off by her former boyfriend Randy before he left town to play Nashville. Still Flint¿s kindness and nurturing of his kids soften him to her and she gives him back the music that he no longer felt was good for him or the boys. However, the ghost of their ¿ex¿ remains between them. --- SMALL TOWN GIRL is a fine contemporary romance starring a person seeking a second chance to correct his life errors, but needing to escape the spotlights to do so and a woman burned once before by a musician boyfriend. The ensemble cast enhances the tale as they force the lead couple, especially Flint, into reacting to events. Fans will enjoy this solid Carolina tale in which a spoonful magic of love is in the music. --- Harriet Klausner

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