Spring FestBy: Lisa Fox
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Julia is stuck in the small town of Alexandria and she can't wait to get back to the city where she belongs. The only thing that makes the place even remotely tolerable is the handsome young lawyer, Derek Cafferty. She attends the town's annual Spring festival with no real hope of having fun, but much to her surprise and delight, she is treated to more than just lemonade.
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|Title of eBook: Spring Fest|
|Release Date: 07-15-2011|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)||Store Sales Rank: 64|
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The Annual Spring Fest at McCain’s Farm was one of the biggest events of the year in Alexandria. It signaled the official end of the winter and heralded the warmer weather with music and dancing, games for the kiddies, drawings and bingo for the adults. The whole town came out for it, dressed in their pastels and linens and Easter bonnets. Everyone took the night off from the chores and TV and just kicked back with some lemonade (or perhaps something a bit stronger) and chatted with their neighbors.
This was Julia’s first Spring Fest. And hopefully, her only one. She’d been in Alexandria for about a month now and she was already bored out of her skull. Small towns were not the hotbeds of sex and murder and wildly sexy, rugged men who wore flannel and such like the TV wanted everyone to believe. Like Julia had hoped.
When the town’s only lawyer had called her to claim a ranch that had been left to her by her mother’s uncle’s cousin’s brother or some such nonsense, she had been initially excited. A whole ranch, all her own, left to her by a mysterious distant relative—it was the stuff of stories. Unfortunately, reality didn’t quite hold up to the myth in her head and now she was stuck with a property she had no idea what to do with, in a town so tiny it made her claustrophobic. In fact, all the quiet, small town cheer—and nosiness—was beginning to drive her slightly insane. She couldn’t wait to get back to New York. But paperwork and things she didn’t quite understand needed to be done, and until that was all completed, she was stuck....
Title: Spring Fest May 7, 2012 While not a bad little read, it leaves something to be desired in terms of development. If you are looking for a read that is quick and does not include a lot of details or character development then you might be interested in this book.
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Number of Comments: 2 Rating(s) 2 Review(s)
Needs to be Longer
Reviewer: A reader from GA
May 7, 2012
While not a bad little read, it leaves something to be desired in terms of development. If you are looking for a read that is quick and does not include a lot of details or character development then you might be interested in this book.
October 12, 2011
Reviewer: A reader from BAHAMA, AL USA
Very short , only 10 pages but steamy!
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