Carolyn Brown is a New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author and a RITA finalist with more than one hundred published books and more than five million sold. Her novels include romantic women’s fiction, historical, contemporary, and cowboys and country music mass-market paperbacks. She and her husband live in the small town of Davis, Oklahoma, where everyone knows everyone else and knows what they are doing and when—and they read the local newspaper on Wednesday to see who got caught. They have three grown children and enough grandchildren and great-grandchildren to keep them young. Visit Carolyn at www.carolynbrownbooks.com.. A homeless young woman finds an unexpected family in beloved New York Times bestselling author Carolyn Brown’s novel of healing hearts and new beginnings in a small Texas town.In the fading town of Rooster, Texas, all that’s really left is a service station, a church…and the Banty House, a long-ago Depression-era brothel. For more than seventy-five years, Betsy, Connie, and Kate Carson have called their mama’s house a home. The three eccentric sisters get by just fine with their homemade jams and jellies, a little moonshine on the side, and big hearts always open to strangers. Like Ginger Andrews.An abandoned teen with a baby on the way and nowhere to go, she’s given a room to call her own for as long as she wants. The kind invitation is made all the sweeter when Ginger meets the sisters’ young handyman, Sloan Baker. But with a past as broken as Ginger’s, he’s vowed never to get close to anyone again. As a season of change unfolds, Ginger and Sloan might discover a warm haven to heal in the Banty House, a place to finally belong, where hope and dreams never fade.
A book you cannot put down,but also characters you'd love to meet. Amazing story, I love Carolyn Brown's stories but this one is special. Carolyn Brown is a writer I know is going to have characters that you can look back to and say that's exactly like someone Remember or know. There is no bad language,but true family life. Made me want to go and visit these people and get to know them. Thank you once again Carolyn Brown.
Most enjoyable A real pleasure to read. Great characters, amusing, quite moving . It was so nice to read such a heart warming story, especially so as there was a very noticeable lack of swear words: what a pleasure!!
Wonderful easy reading and funny. Thank you Carolyn Brown for another easy reading story. Enjoyed every minute of reading so addictive couldn't put it down. Loved the three sisters so funny. Thanks again.
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