Freedom's Song (The Baldwin Series #2)

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Following her sweet Romeo three years ago brought Nancy Delhomme from Garden Oaks, Georgia, to Baldwin, Michigan, and bought her a new last name. Her prince turned into a toad and for the last year she’s been licking her wounds and waiting for the divorce to be final. As that day approaches, she finds herself looking toward the future and some new excitement.

Getting fired wasn’t part of her plan, but meeting a man and finding stray kittens offer promise.

Artist, small business owner, and popular Baldwin resident Colby Price wants to be left in his rut—but not alone. No, he’s had his eye on a pretty woman from Georgia for a year, and is dying to hear her whisper his name in her sexy Southern accent. A night of karaoke with friends leads to an evening spent with this enchanting woman.

Could this be his chance to place in the small town’s betting pool? Has the time finally come for Colby to find the woman meant to be his life partner?

Proudly living his dreams in his hometown, Hunter Williams has everything he believes he’s ever wanted. He’s got an intelligent, beautiful woman living in his home, a spritely mother who can’t keep her nose out of everyone’s private lives, and a thriving business. After the events of the past summer, he is more determined than ever to take the next step in his life. Now he must figure out how to bring Anna along with him.

Anna Mylan has no problem taking that next step. After an enthusiastic night of celebration with a friend, there’s a chance she’ll beat Hunter to the punch. She’s completed her first novel, and while she waits for inspiration for her next project, a bright-eyed pair of lovebirds catches her eye. Elisa Williams isn’t the only one with a penchant for stirring the amorous pot.

When a chance encounter leads to Colby and Nancy’s disappearance, Hunter and Anna must find them with few clues to go on. Can they save the town’s newest pair of lovebirds from fates worse than death?

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