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Small Town Rumors

From New York Times bestselling author Carolyn Brown comes a funny heartache of a novel about overcoming the past, confronting the future, and defying all expectations. Everyone is talking about Jennie Sue Baker and the mess she made of her life in New York. The former high school queen beeand wealthy darling of Bloom, Texashas returned home after all these years, riding on a common bus and bearing two bounced alimony checks. In a town that thrives on gossip, Jennies fall from grace has shamed her mother, set the town buzzing, and caused old, jealous enemies to whisper in delight. They say shes taken a job as a housekeeper, gotten a garage apartment, and might be crushing on Rick Lawson, a simple farmer with modest dreams.As romance starts to bud, Jennie relishes what it means to follow her heart, find real new friends, and finally be herselfregardless of all the lying town chatter. But fate has another twist in store. Rumor has it that Jennie now stands to lose what matters mostunl...

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ISBN : 36609980
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 288 pages
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Small Town Rumors Reviews

  • Tina Woodbury

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    The title of this book says it all – rumors, rumors, rumors. Gossip runs wild in the little town of Bloom, Texas. Whether you are young or old, rich or poor – everyone is fair game.

    Jennie Sue Baker’s marriage is over and she is left with nothing. She has no choice but to flee New York back to her parents’ home in Bloom, Texas. She has been groomed all of her life to be a wife and serve on charities and committees. She tried that in N

  • Debra Jackson

    You did it again Carolyn Brown, you made me smile in every chapter. Just love the relationships of all the people in this book. Can't wait to read the next one!!

  • Kim Vanravenswaay

    Carolyn Brown always writes such humorous books. There are a couple of little old ladies that makes Small Town Rumors, funny as all get out. Rick doesn't play a front role part in the book, but enough to make it a romance. The story is mainly about Jennie Sue.

  • Donna Hines

    Small town rumor mill gossip is no match for Jennie Sue Baker who is on a triumphant return to Bloom Texas-- So be prepared, because she's back!

    A New York high school queen returns to fall in love with Rick Lawson after a dismal marriage left her seeking fulfillment.

    However, Rick lives a modest lifestyle not quite suited for cavier dreams.

    The problem is will Rick be convinced of the desire for romance before he loses out on love?

    When her ex husband is caught and charged for a crime by Feds we

  • Joan

    After the first few chapters things got slow, boring and repetitive for me. The exaggerated accents, over-emphasis on rumors and more rumors, y'alls and blow-by-blow details of the character's actions was totally overkill. I did not care about the characters, there was not enough depth. And the turns at the end were unbelievable and cliche'd.

    I will not be reading another book by Carolyn Brown.

  • Debra Oliva

    Jennie Sue Baker returns to Bloom, Texas on the bus! Since her family is wealthy and has their own plane, that is grist for the small town rumor mill. Then she has a disagreement with her mother on her future plans – her mother wants her to find another husband - but Jenny Sue wants a job now that she has divorced her cheating thieving abusive husband and graduated from college.

    Jenny Sue goes into town and accepts a temporary job cleaning house for her mother’s arch-enemies and moves into a sma

  • Gaele

    Jennie Sue left Bloom, Texas as the “it girl”. Wealthy, well-mannered, social standout she’s gone to New York with her husband, bound to make a splash. But now, her husband outed as a lying, cheating thief, she’s back in Bloom, in her mother’s house, with a marriage that’s fallen apart, no direction and a handful of alimony cheques that are tagged ‘Insufficient Funds”. Of course, Jennie Sue wasn’t prepared for her fall from grace, and she’s never really been her own person – from her mother’s ir ...more

  • Alicia

    Being from a small town I could definitely relate to the rumour mill. I really enjoyed Jennie Sue’s journey to find herself after her failed marriage. The dynamics between the characters was great and I loved the building romance between Rick and Jennie Sue.