A Montana River Bend Series- Book 2Tully Morgan hasn’t been back to Marietta for more than a few brief visits since the night of the 1996 senior prom eighteen years ago, when the chance exposure of a long-held family secret sent her running to her uncle in California in shock. She stood up her date Ren Fletcher that night, and she hasn’t seen him since.Now she’s here for an extended stay, to help take care of her seriously ill mother. It’s an edgy reconciliation, the first time that Tully, Patty and Sugar Morgan have been together since that long ago prom night. Tully has had so much anger toward Sugar… can she ever forgive her?And Sugar still has one more secret that needs to be dealt with, one that needs Ren Fletcher’s help. Has he forgiven Tully for leaving him in the lurch on prom night? And is there any chance that he and Tully can rekindle what they might once have had, when he’s still tied to someone else?A Montana River Bend SeriesBook 1: Late Last NightBook 2: The Sweetest ThingBook 3: The Sweetest SoundBook 4: After the RainBook 5: Long Walk Home
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Women’s fiction and romance author Lilian Darcy has written more than eighty novels for Harlequin, Silhouette, Mira Australia, and Mills & Boon. Under another name she has also written for Australian theater and television.
Lilian’s career highlights include many appearances on the Waldenbooks Romance Bestsellers list, five nominations for the Romance Writers of America’s presitious Rita Award, and translation into twenty different languages.
Lilian has an active family life involving kids, chickens, cats, music, scouting, gardening, hiking and horses. Oh, and there’s a husband in there somewhere, too.
Her upcoming releases include the first book in her Cherry Sisters trilogy, “The One Who Changed Everything” from Harlequin Special Edition, and a novella, “Marry Me, Cowboy” for Tule Publishing’s Copper Mountain Rodeo mini-series, part of the exciting new Montana Born series, with authors such as Jane Porter, Megan Crane and C.J. Carmichael.
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