Magnolia Road

Magnolia Road

by J. Lynn Bailey

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Overview

On the outside, Bryce Hayes is satisfied with the structure of her life, her demanding career, and a series of no-strings-attached relationships, but her brother bounces in and out of rehab, her mother thinks she can beat her son’s addiction, and her father is simply doing what he can to keep a semblance of “normal”. When Bryce’s father, Congressman Hayes, orders her to Granite Harbor, Maine, due to a string of threats to their family coming from an unidentifiable source, she doesn’t expect Ethan Casey, the sexy soldier who slept with her, then walked out, without so much as a goodbye, to be her landlord.

Ethan’s past is riddled with chaos, bullets, and loud noise. After returning to his small town after the war, he’s determined to get back to his roots. Peace, quiet, and working as a game warden for the Maine Warden Service sounds right as rain. But with Bryce in Granite Harbor, staying in his house on Magnolia Road, Ethan can’t stop thinking about his future—and that includes Bryce. But to make things right with the love of his life, he’ll have to open old wounds…and risk losing her forever.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155925477
Publisher: J. Lynn Bailey
Publication date: 01/29/2019
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 91,394
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

J. Lynn is a bestselling author, mother, and wife. When she isn't running between soccer practices, working on another school fundraiser, or chasing a new puppy, you can probably find her holed up in her writing room feverishly working on her next novel.

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Isabernie96 11 days ago
Magnolia Road caught my attention from beginning to end. I found myself reading this book very easily and since it does not ramble on the same endless subject, it is a pleasant read. What I liked the most was the highlight on family issues, drugs, PTSD and fear. All these subjects are common in real life and it makes this book more approachable and fulfilling.