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by Carolyn Brown

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: MILD

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Brown’s wit and humor shine in the third Honky Tonk novel, contributing to the zany and fast-paced tale and lovable characters. You don’t need to be a fan of country music, line-dancing and farming to enjoy the country fun.

Larissa Morley is the latest in a line of women to own and run the Honky Tonk bar in Mingus, Texas. When Hank Wells literally crashes into Larissa, both parties are taken on the immediate ride of what appears to be true love.

When Larissa steps up to bat against business investors who want to buy the Honky Tonk and turn its land into an amusement park, the conflict of interest just may cause her to lose Hank in the process. The true test relies on whether Larissa and Hank can put their major differences aside and decide if it’s better to be rich in love or rich in money. (SOURCEBOOKS, Oct., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Sarah Eisenbraun


Published: October 2010

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