by Marsha Moyer
Lucy Hatch is a homegrown, red-dirt, East Texas girl, not at all suited for the fast life her husband was living in Nashville. Now she's back in the ... Show synopsis Lucy Hatch is a homegrown, red-dirt, East Texas girl, not at all suited for the fast life her husband was living in Nashville. Now she's back in the small town of Mooney, working at Faye's Flower Shop, and raising her young son with help from family and friends. Her life has finally stopped resembling a Hank Williams song . . . until she wakes up one morning to find a shiny white pickup parked in her yard. The worn-out cowboy boots sticking out the window tell her that the man sleeping inside is her husband: Ash Farrell's back in town. Now Mooney's favorite son is making promises, vowing to change, and wreaking havoc on the peace Lucy's worked so hard to find. She wants to believe that her handsome husband is serious about straightening up, but can a charmer like Ash really change? Marsha Moyer brings colorful storytelling, a wonderful sense of humor, and an undeniable Southern flavor to "Heartbreak Town," a novel of small-town life, big-time success, and a once-in-a-lifetime love worth fighting for after all.