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Everything at Last
by Kimberly Lang


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In the second Magnolia Beach romance by USA Today bestselling author Kimberly Lang, a small Alabama waterfront town is the perfect place to start over...

At first sight, Molly Richards knew Magnolia Beach, Alabama, was the perfect place to escape her unhappy life.  Read more...


 
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Overview

In the second Magnolia Beach romance by USA Today bestselling author Kimberly Lang, a small Alabama waterfront town is the perfect place to start over...

At first sight, Molly Richards knew Magnolia Beach, Alabama, was the perfect place to escape her unhappy life. And though she's proud of the small coffee shop she's opened, something is missing. But she won't let herself be burned by love--again.

Veterinarian Tate Harris finds the local dating scene awkward, since he's known most of the eligible ladies his whole life. But he's finding it hard to resist the unassuming charm of the sweet-faced owner of Latte Dah. And when a late-night pet emergency finds Tate at Molly's house, that fascination turns into a potent mutual attraction.

But just as their relationship begins to take off, Molly's haunted past returns. Fortunately, Tate is determined to help Molly fight for the life she's been wishing for...


 
Details
  • ISBN-13: 9780451471048
  • ISBN-10: 0451471040
  • Publisher: Berkley Books
  • Publish Date: January 2016
  • Page Count: 304

Series: Magnolia Beach Novel #2

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Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2015-11-23
  • Reviewer: Staff

Langs second Magnolia Beach novel (after Something to Prove), set in present-day Alabama, places a sweet, slowly building romance in the context of well-intentioned neighborly expectations and meddling, as well as the small-town solidarity that protects even the newest of its own. Molly Richards, owner of coffee shop Latte Dah, isnt thrilled to be tapped to run this years Memorial Day Childrens Fair. Her best friend, Helena Wheeler, offers practical support (and some matchmaking) by socially engineering a connection with veterinarian Tate Harris, whose little sister is Mollys newest employee. Helenas targets go through the motions of courtship, including the performance of protesting too much; their personal histories make it hard for either of them to admit to attraction, but eventually their fondness prevails. When a threat from Mollys past comes to town, everyone rallies in support. For readers who crave more slow warmth than high heat in their romance stories, prefer their antagonists to come from outside rather than within, and like small towns more for the people than the scenery, the soft brushstrokes of this Magnolia Beach entry will satisfy like a warm cuppa and a freshly baked cookie. Agent: Beth Miller, Writers House. (Jan.)

 
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