Small Town Secrets [NOOK Book]

Overview

EVERYONE DESERVES A SECOND CHANCE...

Finally back on her feet after a nasty divorce from local cop Foley Blue, Lea Webster was getting ready to adopt the baby she'd always wanted. But Foley was stalking Lea and his once-idle threats were escalating to violence. Her cries for help went unheeded--no one wanted to cross the town's favorite son.

Then Zach MacKenzie moved in across the street, and Lea found herself irresistibly drawn to his ...

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Small Town Secrets

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Overview

EVERYONE DESERVES A SECOND CHANCE...

Finally back on her feet after a nasty divorce from local cop Foley Blue, Lea Webster was getting ready to adopt the baby she'd always wanted. But Foley was stalking Lea and his once-idle threats were escalating to violence. Her cries for help went unheeded--no one wanted to cross the town's favorite son.

Then Zach MacKenzie moved in across the street, and Lea found herself irresistibly drawn to his protective strength and quiet faith. Yet Foley's jealousy built dangerously, threatening Zach's freedom and Léa's safety. And she had to wonder whether their newfound love--and trust in each other--would be enough to save them both.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426849213
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 12/1/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 480,827
  • File size: 221 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2006

    Another keeper from Mignerey

    How do you write a romance with an alcoholic hero and a heroine with a wild reputation? If that's not enough, her abusive ex-husband is a decorated cop, the town hero. Sharon Mignerey did the impossible, and she pulled it off in style. These people aren't perfect, what they are is real. You'll believe in them, love them, and rejoice as they overcome their problems. Once again, this author delivers an excellent read you'll have trouble putting down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2006

    Small Town Secrets

    Zach MacKenzie, a recovering alcoholic just out of prison for vehicular manslaughter, is determined, with the help of God, to remain sober and not break his parole. The last thing he wants is to be locked up again. The last thing he needs is to fall in love with his neighbor. But kind-hearted Lea Webster is being stalked by her ex- husband, so how can Zach not protect her? Lea Webster lost her baby and the ability to have any more when her alcoholic husband pushed her down a flight of stairs. That¿s when she lost her faith. Now her dream is to adopt a child, so there¿s no future with an ex-con. Still, she¿s drawn to Zach as she marvels at the peace he derives from his prayers. From him she learns to pray again. Finding beer cans in his trash planted there by Lea¿s ex, Zach struggles with temptation and through prayer chooses sobriety. But when her ex becomes violent, Zach has to break parole. Knowing he¿ll be sent back to prison, he risks everything to save Lea. I loved this book. Never have I rooted more for characters. Mignerey gives a clear picture of alcoholism in portraying the difference between an alcoholic who admits his addiction and commits to sobriety and one who does not. And underlying the entire story is the power of prayer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2006

    I just discovered Sharon Mignerey and I'm a big fan!

    In SMALL TOWN SECRETS, Mignerey's hero is an alcoholic x-con and her heroine is a former wild child whose family won't let go of her past. At face value, I may not have typically found myself sympathetic with the lead characters, however Mignerey does a superb job of challenging our superficial views to see beneath society's labels. Mignery gives us very human leading characters who've made mistakes but have grown as a result of those trials and through their faith in God, they overcome life and deathe obstacles as well as facing their own personal demons, tests of faith and ultimately finding the courage to love.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2006

    I just discovered Sharon Mignerey and I'm a big fan!

    In 'Small Town Secrets,' Mignerey's hero is an alcoholic x-con and her heroine is a former wild-child whose family won't let go of her past. At face value, as a reader, I may not have typically found myself sympathetic with the lead characters, however, I applaud Mignerey for her superb job at challenging customary superficial views to see beneath the surface of societal labels. Mignerey creates very human and realistic characters who've made mistakes but have grown and as a result of learning from those mistakes and from their faith in God, they overcome life and death obstacles as well as conquering their own personal demons and surmounting their individual tests of faith. Ultimately they must find the courage and faith to love. Thank you, Sharon Mignerey, for sharing this unique, inspirational and exciting journey with your readers.

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