Jemmabeth Forrester doesn’t learn from anybody’s mistakes but her own, so she’s obliged to make plenty of them. She’s always been a good girl, and she has a boxful of Sunday school perfect attendance certificates to prove it. Someday she’ll marry Spencer, the hometown guy who’s been in love with her since the first grade. But is that all there is to life? Or is there something more that she’s missed?

It seems that half of Chillaton — a small farming community where everybody knows one another all too well — is giving her advice. But Jemma’s like the Texas Panhandle wind — strong and shifty. When she meets Paul, a buckaroo lawyer, trouble is afoot …

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About The Author

Sharon McAnear grew up in the Texas Panhandle at a time when small towns and farms still thrived, as did the comforting presence of extended families. Her grandparents were a constant source of joy and spiritual inspiration to her. In addition to writing, Sharon is a reader, a hiker, and a frequent visitor to Britain. She lives in Colorado with her periodically dramatic family.

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