USA Today Bestseller Pamela Morsi charms you with her trademark wit and tales with down-home charm.
The notorious favorite son of Chavistown, Texas is back, wiser, remorseful, sunbrowned and manly. Everyone seems eager to forgive all, except, of course, Prudence Belmont, the girl her left behind. But Pru is no longer the sighing, lovelorn girl with her heart on her sleeve. A public jilting is an effective cure for romantic tendencies. Now, as the president of the Ladies’ Rose and Garden Society, she has a social position to uphold. Gidry Chavis means nothing to her at all. Can a small ragamuffin child and some racy postcards change that? With a backdrop of a small farming community and a controversy over residential street lighting, this story of 1890s Texas is heart felt.
“Her stories are gently humorous, wise and wonderful.” — Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times Bestselling Author
Read all the Small Town Swains!
- Book 1: Heaven Sent
- Book 2: Something Shady
- Book 3: No Ordinary Princess
- Book 4: Sealed With a Kiss
- Book 5: Garters
- Book 6: The Love Charm