From the Author
Conversations went like this. Mrs. B. called Nanny L. and asked, "Did you see that strange car with the out of state license plate parked at the Smiths over on the other side of town?"
Nanny L. replied, "Yes, I sure did. I wondered who that was."
To which Mrs. B said, "Oh, let me tell you then."
Since everyone knew what you were doing, where you were doing it, and who you were doing it with, keeping secrets was almost impossible. Indeed, the residents of small towns should be recruited by the NSA or the CIA because those small town citizens--especially the women--would nose around and investigate until they dug up every detail about the object of their curiosity.
What better setting for romantic comedy? None I can think of because people in small towns are perfect role models for love and laughter.
Look for my other romantic comedies set entirely or partially in small towns: Just One Look, Old Enough to Know Better, Romeo and Judy Anne, The Trouble With Love, Still the One.