★★★★★ "The ending was just the beginning for these ladies." --Amazon Reviewer
I have so many walls built up around my heart, and I'm not sure I have the strength to break them down.
Welcome to Magnolia
I'm no longer mayor, a sentiment that I'm still trying to get used to saying. After the inauguration of the new mayor, I'm pretty sure that I've has reached bottom--until my parents inform me that they are selling their house in Magnolia and I have a week to find a new place to live.
Even though she poses the job opening as a desperate need for help at the inn, I decide to take it as a temporary job until I can get on my feet. After all, I'm a Holt and Holt's don't need handouts.
They also don't need the sexy chef that doesn't seem to want to leave me alone and is breaking down all the walls that I've put up.
I know that something is wrong with my mom and the coffee shop. Ever since I moved back to Magnolia with my son, I've sensed that something was off. It wasn't until I discovered the eviction notice that I realized just how bad things had gotten.
After a pow-wow with the Red Stiletto ladies, Shari convinces me to drive to Nashville in search of my son's father and the child support he's never sent.
Things go from bad to worse once we get there. Dave's not interested in helping and being in the city I once called home is dredging up a ton of old memories. Now I'm worried I don't have the strength to stand my ground and protect my son.
Magnolia at Midnight will capture you from page one. It will show you the power of friendship and the strength you have inside.
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