Small-town newspaper reporter Zoe Wallace has a lot on her mind—most of all, organizing the town's centennial celebration. Add ace TV reporter Mace Mason, who's doing a story on the town's founder, to the mix, along with the potent attraction zinging between them. Suddenly, Zoe's in over her head. She's happy where she is, but Mace has big plans for a career in the city. Holly Jacobs' latest, THE 100-YEAR ITCH (4), has a special blend of warmth and wit, highlighted by clever dialogue.

Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer