Molly comes home….
Book 2 in the Songbird Trilogy – The story of the three Darling sisters continues in this sparkling romantic comedy of love, courage and finding your own voice. (STANDS ALONE, can be read first!)
Once Adele, Molly and Lana were The Darling Songbirds, a world-famous country band. Now they are just three sisters who barely speak. But that is about to change. Because their uncle has bequeathed them his business, the Golden Spike – a struggling bar, a rundown cafe and a near derelict hotel in Darling Bay.
With Adele settled as proprietor of the bar, middle sister Molly arrives in town, and is immediately drawn to the neglected little café where she worked as a teenager. Could she – dare she – bring it back to life?
As lead singer, Molly had always been the ‘voice’ of the band. Yet, caught between controlling big sis Adele and demanding baby sister Lana, she never felt she was being heard. If she’s going to reopen the café, she’ll do it on her own terms. She won’t be bossed around again.
So the last person she should fall for is the handsome Sheriff Colin McMurty – the man whose job it is to tell people exactly what to do . . .
A heart-warming, laugh-out-loud installment in the small town you love to visit.
(different covers, same book!)
(also available world-wide)
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2016 Editor’s Pick, Library Journal
From the acclaimed author of Splinters of Light and Pack Up the Moon comes a beautiful novel about two very different women who are about to get a second chance at creating a family…
After her husband dies unexpectedly, Abby Roberts comes across something startling: wedding photographs of him with another woman, along with pictures of a baby boy. What begins as one woman’s search for truth becomes a deep bond forged between the unlikeliest of people.
“Herron cleverly creates in Abby and Fern two characters with emotional depth, weaving a vivid and moving story of unlikely connections. For fans of character-driven women’s fiction such as books by Kristin Hannah (The Nightingale).” See “Editors’ Spring Picks,” Library Journal—Karen Core, Detroit P.L.
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