Small Town GirlLarge Print - 1997
Eighteen years ago, Tess McPhail left tiny Wintergreen, Missouri for Nashville and never looked back. Now one of country's brightest stars, Mac's career is her life, with no time for marriage, children or family -- until her sisters insist she come home to help care for their widowed mother. After nearly two decades of public adoration, Mac comes home to being insulted by her jealous older sister, enraged by her mother and ignored by Kenny Kronek, the "boy next door" whom she had taunted mercilessly in high school. Kenny's daughter Casey is talented, and as Mac assumes the role of mentor, the feigned indifference between Mac and Kenny turns to playful bickering, then to passion. But will the love that seems viable in Wintergreen work in Nashville? From the high-voltage rhythms of the country music scene to the gentle flow of Midwestern life, Spencer's Small Town Girl doesn't miss a beat.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : G.K. Hall, 1997
Characteristics: 499 p. (large print) : ill. ; 24 cm