The Shop on Main: Comfort Crossing Book One - Free Book-Sweet Romance series starter

· Comfort Crossing Book 1 · Rose Quartz Press
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About this ebook

The Free series starter for the Comfort Crossing series.

<b>Sometimes, doing the right thing backfires… spectacularly</b>

Bella Amaud is about to lose everything. Her shop, her home, and her fragile financial security.

Then she finds out the man she is falling for, Owen, is the businessman at the center of all her problems.

Owen has secretly long to belong—somewhere—anywhere—his whole life. When he decides to do the right thing for his long-lost brother, he ruins any chance of putting down roots and the family he longs for.

Yes, sometimes doing the right thing does backfire and life explodes around you.

Get The Shop on Main, the charming first book in the heartwarming Comfort Crossing series. Join Bella and her best friends, Jenny and Becky Lee, as they navigate life and love in the small southern town of Comfort Crossing, Mississippi.


The Comfort Crossing Series:

The Shop on Main

The Memory Box

The Christmas Cottage

The Letter

The Christmas Scarf

The Magnolia Cafe

The Unexpected Wedding

Plus The Wedding in the Grove - a short cross-over short between Comfort Crossing and Lighthouse Point.

keywords: free sweet romance, first in series, clean and wholesome, small town romance series, women’s fiction, drama, saga, best friends, women friends, southern romance, friendship, heartwarming, sweet, clean, family life, older characters, older heroine, contemporary romance, happily ever after, seasoned romance, older romance, Later in life, Kay Correll, billionaire, divorced,

For fans of: Debbie Macomber, Robyn Carr, Sherryl Woods, Inglath Cooper, Olivia Miles, Susan Wiggs, Karen Kingsbury, Kay Cordell, Kay Cornell, Kay Correl, Jenny Hale, Sheila Roberts, Pamela Kelley, Christine Nolfi, Joanne DeMaio, Jan Karon, Jan Moran, Meredith Summers, Cindy Caldwell, Rachel Hanna

4.5
194 reviews
Alison Shanahan
April 16, 2016
Comfort Crossing seems like a great place to live, in fact I'd love to visit and stay in the B&B described in the book!
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Donna Daw
April 13, 2016
badly edited, sentences are the length of a primary grade book, repetitive. Story is 1 dimensional, and moves at glacial speed, superficial characters. Very simply written.
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Suzanne Wannamaker
January 8, 2017
Easy read but time would be better spent on another book. Very superficial and underdeveloped. Way too predicate. It's like the author was restricted to a small number of pages to tell the story.
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About the author

Kay Correll writes stories that are a cross between contemporary romance and women's fiction. She likes her women's fiction with a healthy dose of happily-ever-after. Her stories are set in the fictional small southern town of Comfort Crossing, Mississippi. While her books are a series, each one can be read as a stand-alone story.

Kay lives in Missouri and can often be found out and about with her camera, taking a myriad of photographs, often incorporating them into her book covers. When not lost in her writing or photography, she can be found spending time with her ever-supportive husband, playing with her puppies, or working in her garden. Their rowdy gaggle of five boys are all grown now, not that Kay believes that males ever truly grow up, but she's fine with that.

Learn more about Kay and her books at kaycorrell.com

Other places to find her:

Facebook: KayCorrellAuthor
Twitter: @KCorrellAuthor

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