“A vagabond musician decides to settle down in a small town and promptly falls in love with her next door neighbor. To her dismay, he turns out to be the local minister. Ms. Webb has done a really lovely job of weaving in the more serious problems relating to the hero’s vocation while maintaining a marvelous sense of humor and romance.” Romantic Times
“Webb has a fresh and humorous voice that makes reading just plain fun.” Affaire de Coeur
“Peggy Webb’s humor keeps fans coming back.” Times/Daily, Jackson, TN
“The Donovans of the Delta classics are a heartwarming portrayal of family. Peggy Webb’s unique voice and comedic touch make this charming Southern series a true masterpiece. The stories made me laugh out loud and cry. Just amazing!” Debra Webb, national bestselling author of the Colby Agency series
Donovans of the Delta Series, Book One (Special Holiday Price)
When Martie Fleming breezed into small town Pontotoc, Mississippi, determined to settle down and teach jazzercise in her home studio, she never expected to land next door to the minister. She never expected her playful golden retriever to steal his shorts right off the clothes line. And she certainly never expected to fall in love.
Everybody in town would agree they are so wrong for each other – everybody but Paul Donovan. With her gypsy outfits, her lively music and her irrepressible spirit, Martie is exactly the angel the preacher needs. But can he convince her? Can their love and his career survive the small town gossip and the fireworks Martie creates wherever she goes?
This is the first of a five-book romantic comedy series originally published by Loveswept and considered to be their definitive family series. The sequel to Donovan’s Angel is Sleepless Nights.
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About the Author
Peggy Webb, a native of Mississippi, is the author of more than 60 romance and women's fiction novels. She also writes the Southern Cousins Mystery series which stars Elvis, the dog who thinks he's the King of Rock 'n' Roll. Writing under the pen name, Anna Michaels, her literary novel, The Tender Mercy of Roses (Simon & Schuster, May, 2011), was hailed by Pat Conroy (The Prince of Tides) as "astonishing." Webb is a bestselling author and the winner of numerous awards. Visit her at www.peggywebb.com and www.annamichaels.net and follow her on Facebook.