Where the Heart Lies

WhereTheHeartLies_finalWHERE THE HEART LIES
All widowed Alicia Galloway has left of her war-hero husband are the flag that draped his coffin and his final wishes: to move to his hometown, take over the family bookstore and enjoy a simple, quiet life with their two small children. When she arrives, her husband’s best friend makes that new life anything but simple. How can she be so drawn to Liam Addison?

Liam only intended to help Alicia get settled. But one unexpected kiss awakens his long-held forbidden feelings. Soon, the town busybodies swoop in to warn Alicia away from him. Because no matter the man he’s become, he’ll never live down his reputation as town troublemaker and wolfish womanizer.

No one wants the war hero’s sweet widow and the supposedly former bad boy together. But the more everyone tries to keep them apart, the closer he and Alicia get. And the more determined Liam is to prove he’s a changed man. Will it be enough to convince Alicia to let a new love in her life?

Copyright © 2012 by Harlequin Enterprises Limited
Cover Art used by arrangement with Harlequin Enterprises Limited
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Praise for Michelle Garren Flye’s Where the Heart Lies:

“What a journey! Where the Heart Lies is a romance with heart, heat, and a big ambitious story covering miles of emotional terrain. You’ll be swept away.”

— Ellen Meister, author of The Other Life

“Where the Heart Lies is an ambitious and engrossing tale, full of complexities of both character and plot. With her narrative skill and unforgiving wit, Flye had me alternately laughing and crying. Read this one on the beach, by the fire, in your bed… wherever. Just read it!”

— Stephanie Stiles, author of Take It Like a Mom

2 responses to “Where the Heart Lies

  1. Knat

    Meixiang, this looks rather interesting. I’ll have to put it on my “To read list”.

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