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Product Details

  • Paperback: 212 pages
  • Publisher: Omnific Publishing; 1ST edition (October 11, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1936305925
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936305926
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,088,325 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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You will find yourself rooting for her to find true love.
Mom of Twins
Lauren has everything she has ever wanted in life, a rich fiancé, a great job, and status in New York City.
Danielle M. Perez
I was so smitten by the romance, the sexy characters and the storyline was ahhhh-mazing!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Julie Brazeal on November 5, 2011
Format: Paperback
Small Town Girl is a great start to a new contemporary romance series by Cunningham. Fans of Fool's Gold by Susan Mallery will enjoy this book.

The attraction between Lauren and Caleb is immediate from the moment they meet, albeit shown through tension and feathers getting ruffled. The chemistry with these two is HOT and undeniable. They of course have to work for a happily ever after, but that's why we like this genre, right?

The characters are likable and I invested more in Caleb loving the pages where he showed up. Oddly, you never read any of the story from his point of view. We know what he is thinking only when he tells us through conversation. The whole story is told through the eyes of Lauren. I didn't realize that until half way through and realized I would have liked to get inside Caleb's head more. He is gorgeous, owns his own business, a volunteer firefighter, and has a tragic past that you just want to fill the hole in his heart yourself. Great leading man. Lauren is more complex in that she thinks she wants one thing out of life while running as fast as she can from the type of life she perceives Caleb could represent. She's also engaged to a powersuit in New York that could give her everything she ever wanted. Much to figure out for Lauren and she lets you in on all her thoughts along the way.

Lauren's best friend Kelly is a great support and I like her sarcastic, tell it like it is, side. Another character I liked, although this isn't a live character, is Lauren's grandmother's house she inherited back in that small town. I think this house is a major player in the story.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LovesRomance on August 17, 2012
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Small Town Girl is a traditional romance similar to the Harlequin romances. There were some things you wouldn't find in a Harlequin, but that was fine and I went with it. Despite some problems with the story and the writing, I love a good romance and this one didn't disappoint. It's a quick read and one that held my interest all the way through. It's true Lauren was very shallow in the beginning as some have said. I figured she'd grow through the story, and she did. I think Ms. Cunningham did an excellent job of showing that growth and of explaining Lauren's motivations. Caleb was the perfect hero, almost too perfect. I do wish we could have gotten into his head. There were times I was afraid Lauren would lose him. The book could have used better editing. A lot of sentences started with "it was" and "there was." These sentences could have been smoothed out and been less telling and more showing with good editing. The love scenes were a disappointment. They were not smooth and there wasn't much emotion in them. Also there was a lot of purple prose. That was the one downside in this book. Good editing would have corrected that.

Some of the incidents were contrived, and I wish Lauren had had a change of heart due to something internally and not because of an external incident. All in all, even with these problems, I really loved the story. I always love a good romance, and Small Town Girl has that in spades.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Danielle M. Perez on December 14, 2011
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Lauren has everything she has ever wanted in life, a rich fiancé, a great job, and status in New York City. When Lauren inherits a house for a wedding gift, she meets a man named Caleb and they share an instant attraction that could possibly be love at first site. Lauren has to decide the person she wants to be, before she can decide the man she wants to be with.

Words cannot describe how in love with this novel I am. I literally picked it up and could not put it down to save my own life. I am an avid reader, and I am always on the search for a book that will capture me to a point I become completely lost in the story. It is always hard to find a book that totally sucks me in, and Small Town Girl succeeds in having me wrapped up entirely into the story. When I was finished with Small Town Girl I felt sad, I did not want the story to end, I wanted to keep reading this amazing love story.

Small Town Girl does a great job of taking readers on the journey of two people falling in love. Linda Cunningham does an good job of letting readers read, and feel the attraction between her characters buildup, and form into this intoxicating romance. I like when a novel gives you a love story, but the characters have challenges, and conflict that make them have to fight to hold onto that love, not just be in love and happily ever after. This novel had the perfect amount of push and pull between, love and conflict that had me flipping through the pages as fast as I possibly could. It is also a realistic novel, making it very relate-able to readers.

I normally have a favorite character in every novel I read, and it is normally one of the main characters. I had a tough time selecting which character in this novel would be my favorite it is a toss up between Caleb and Lauren.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mandy @ I Read Indie on December 12, 2011
Format: Paperback
Lauren Smith has everything she has ever worked for; a great job, a rich and successful fiancé, what more could she want? But one day she learns she has inherited her grandmother's Vermont farmhouse. Lauren used to spend summers there with her grandmother when her hippy parents needed to get away. What does she need with an old farmhouse when she is about to officially move in to a 4000 sq ft penthouse? Leaving New York for a couple days, Lauren sets off to put the old house on the market and be done with that part of her life.

Upon arriving at the old house, Lauren soon learns there is no hot water and calls a local plumber. The sooner it's fixed, the sooner she can be gone from this backwoods town. What she didn't expect was the instant attraction to Caleb, and the steamy dream involving the plumber later that night. In just a couple days, Lauren starts questioning her life choices. Can love really happen between two souls that just met? Should she risk everything she has worked for, for one night of pleasure or even a lifetime of it?

I literally could not put Small Town Girl Down until I was finished at 3am. I was so smitten by the romance, the sexy characters and the storyline was ahhhh-mazing! By far, Caleb was my favorite character. I mean he is gorgeous, owns the family business and volunteers as a fireman on his days off. The man is practically a saint. But everyone has baggage and Caleb is no different. Lauren was a great character too. Bless her heart she had her mind so wrapped around one idea of life she thought she wanted, only to have her heart telling her something different. After a turn of events, she realizes that what she thought was love, was nothing more than a relationship of convenience.
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