From the New York Times bestselling author of Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe. Given dire news about his health, Oswald decides to spend Christmas in a small Southern town and soon finds his life transformed by the eccentric locals.
Halfway to Nowhere is a story about mistakes and friendships and finding your way home – even if you’re already there. Nikki left her home ten years ago with a secret. Now she has no choice but to come back. She doesn’t want to see anyone. All she wants is to do what she has to do and leave. Thankfully her best friend happens to see her and that was just the beginning because in a small town everyone knows your business.
Elizabeth, a journalist, is sent to a small TV station when her marriage to an executive falls apart. Sherman, Wyoming turns out to have a few mysteries and some handsome men to help her solve the cases.
I was given an advanced copy of “Hearts of Starlight” by Audrey Adair to read and give an honest review.
I found this book very easy to read and I enjoyed the story. It was believable which is very important to me when reading. The characters were likable except the bad guys who you were not excepted to like. I would recommend this book.
Victoria Brighton runs away on the night before her wedding to the Duke of Lansingberg, a marriage arranged by her stepfather, who only wants access to her inheritance. She escapes on a boat headed to America and travels further to the western prairies.
Callum McDougall is the future chieftan of the McDougall clan. He is on a mission in the North-West Territories to find what has become of his missing cousin. Once his mission is complete, he will return to Scotland to lead his clan.
As you probably suspect, the meet on the boat crossing the ocean and are going to the same small town out west.