On Magnolia Lane – A Blue Ridge Romance

On Magnolia Lane - A Blue Ridge Romance by Denise Hunter

On Magnolia Lane – A Blue Ridge Romance : From the bestselling writer of “The convenient Groom” and “A December Bride” (now loved Hallmark original films) comes the final book in the Blue Ridge Romance collection.

I have in no way read a romance by means of Denise Hunter that didn’t sweep me away right into a fortuitously ever after.

“Deal with yourself!” –Robin Lee Hatcher, bestselling writer of “Who i’m with You” Falling in love with Daisy changed into smooth for Jack.

But locating the courage to inform her becomes difficult whilst his secret emotions cause even bigger complications.

After years of counseling sessions with Daisy Pendleton, Pastor Jack McReady has earned a permanent spot in her life as a religious chief–and not anything more.

 Jack might by no means hazard losing her agree with by means of exposing the depths of his heart; however he’s hopelessly in love along with her.

Daisy loves her southern small-town existence and her process at her family-run flower store, but she does not have the aspect she longs for maximum: a person to percentage it with.

Her current foray into online relationship has been a disaster–till she meets TJ. Jack should kill his friend Noah for the usage of his initials and a few indistinct photographs to set up a profile on the dating app Daisy is the use of.

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But whilst he’s finally afforded the possibility to show her a exceptional aspect of himself, he is sucked into the plan earlier than he has time for second thoughts.

Online, Daisy stocks some of her finest fears with T J, however in character, Jack and Daisy are spending greater time together.

While a devastating circle of relative’s secret surfaces, Daisy knows that most effective she depended on buddy and counselor can deliver her consolation.

Jack wants not anything more than to be each man for Daisy, but revealing his secret will prove to be the closing test of Daisy’s grace.

“move over you have Mail because in Denise Hunter’s On Magnolia Lane you’ve got an e-romance with enough RAM (romance and magic) no longer best to sputter your software, however to tug at your coronary heart while touching your soul.

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