Hometown Girl by Michele Ashman Bell

July 16, 2010 | 2 Comments

Title: Hometown Girl (Butterfly Box #2)

Author: Michele Ashman Bell

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: July 2010

ISBN: 978-1-59811-922-0

Size: 272 pages, 6×9, paperback

Genre: Romance

Series: A Modest Proposal (1)

Jocelyn Rogers’s life is in a rut. Maybe she should step outside her comfort zone and move to Milford Falls, where she has inherited her grandmother’s house. With the encouragement of the other Butterfly Girls, Jocelyn musters her courage and starts a new life.

However, when she arrives in the small town that holds both good and bad memories for her, she discovers the house in worse shape than she expected, and getting repairs done is anything but easy — especially when it comes to dealing with Jack Emerson, a man who seems to be agitated by Jocelyn and everyone else within a fifty-mile radius.

To make matters worse, she has begun to worry that moving back to the place where she once spent a troubled summer will expose the deep personal secret she has kept hidden for fourteen years. But Jack also has a hidden secret that has prevented him from getting close to anyone in a long time. And now it seems that interfering neighbors may prevent both Jack and Jocelyn from moving forward with their lives.

2 responses to “Hometown Girl by Michele Ashman Bell

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    I think I liked this book better than the first one in the Butterfly Box series (although it’s been quite a while since I read that one). I liked the themes of embracing change and forgiving yourself for the past.

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