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7 current holds with 80 total copies.

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New Americana series ; 07.
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  • ISBN: 9781496735034
  • ISBN: 149673503X
  • Physical Description: print
    264 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First Kensington hardcover edition.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Kensington Publishing Corp., 2023.

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General Note: Series numeration from NoveList.
Summary, etc.: Kelly Jenkins heads to bucolic Blue Moon, Alabama, believing a new life will heal the two orphaned children in her care. Signing on to revive the drive-in theater seems like a worthy venture, until she discovers the property is in deep disrepair. Still, spurred on by the elderly owner's plea, Kelly takes on the renovation, beginning with an ancient tree that needs to come down -- and unexpectedly bringing on the wrath of her reclusive neighbor . . . Seeing Kelly take an ax to his little girl's favorite tree is like being struck in the heart -- whatever heart Seth Morgan has left after losing his daughter. With his own attempt to buy the old drive-in thwarted, Seth reluctantly steps in to help Kelly, even offering her and her kids shelter in his home, a place that hasn't seen a woman's touch -- or a child's joyful laughter -- in far too long . . . Soon everyone is bound up in the fate of Blue Moon's drive-in -- and the new family taking root in town. Because it looks like the love blooming between Kelly and Seth just may rival any found on the silver screen . . .
Subject: Orphans Fiction
Single mothers Fiction
Fathers Fiction
Drive-in theaters Fiction
FICTION / Romance / Contemporary
FICTION / Women
FICTION / Small Town & Rural
Alabama Fiction
Genre: Romance fiction.

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New Americana series ; 07.
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