Genevieve comes back to the small town she once called home after taking a job with the Lane's End police department. When she meets the new high school algebra teacher, Cary Hudson, she doesn't know what to think. Cary is coming off of a bad breakup, and he plans on playing it safe -- until he meets Gen. Can they make a relationship work in spite of the extra baggage they're both carrying and deal with life in a small town? A Small-Town Girl (4), by Shelley Galloway, is a touching romance populated by colorful characters. Gen and Cary are likable leads -- and falling in love should be so much fun.
Reviewed by: 
Kristi Ahlers