Tag Archives: Small Town Romance

Small Town Christmas Baby – An Excerpt

I’m very excited for the upcoming Authors of Main Street Christmas box set! It’s scheduled to be released in October and we’ll keep you posted. We’ll have over ten novellas about the warmth of Christmas, romance and BABIES! My story … Continue reading

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A New Novella ~ Raine English

I tend to get more writing done in winter than any other time of year. And this year has been no exception. Living in New England where it’s cold and snowy, who wants to go outside? Even my dogs want … Continue reading

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Small Town Romance

Guest Author – Magdalena Scott Hello! I’m so excited to be with you here today. I’m a USA Today Bestselling Author of small town sweet romance and women’s fiction. I have two series so far–one set in Legend, Tennessee, and … Continue reading

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Romance with a Sense of Humor

Everyone here on Main Street wishes all of our readers a wonderful Valentine’s Day filled with love. So what happens when you’ve been set up on a blind date for the Downtown Business Association dinner with the super handsome guy … Continue reading

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Small Town Romance: Real or Fairytale? by Stephanie Queen

I’m on “Team Real”. Small towns are real. Romances are real–they happen all the time–even in small towns (or else where would they get all those kids playing in the streets and the parks?) It should come as no surprise … Continue reading

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Small Town Glamour Girl Wedding – a Novella by Stephanie Queen

Julie and Jack are over-the-moon crazy Romeo-and-Juliet in love with each other, but with their soon-to-be mothers-in-law battling for influence over the wedding plans they find themselves struggling to keep the peace. Small town traditions are pitted against big city-big money … Continue reading

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