Singing Cowboy: Going Home
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~ She was the girl in the audience he often sang to, giving the words pseudo-purpose. Except he hadn't sang a thing tonight, yet they were wrapped up together. He couldn't say if they'd started something or not by being here. Maybe friendship, if that's what this was, or love, if that was what it could be, but regardless, the untouchable thing that tied a man to a woman didn't pay attention to time or location or circumstances. It didn't fit into prescribed boundaries. It just was. ~
**Country music star, Gideon Boone, spent his youth hiding from his mother's undiagnosed mental disease. **Music was his escape and, one day in his teens, his ticket out. Yet, somewhere between home, on the backroads of Georgia, and fame in Nashville, he lost himself in his public persona.
**Jayde Lincoln hides her history as an abused wife, and the pain of the child she lost, beneath a tough exterior. **Moving to a tiny town in the rural countryside, is her new start. Despite lingering prejudices in the community, she believes she'll find peace and happiness there.
When hometown idol, Gideon, enters her flower shop, his smooth talk and flirtatious smiles are pleasant at first. Then mistrust and doubt created at her ex-husband's angry fists strip away her confidence. **Their differences ... his fame, her need for anonymity; their contracting lifestyles and skin colors ... are surely too much to overcome. **Except their hearts sing another tune, something wonderful and perfect, that feels like love.
An interracial Christian romance by author, SUZANNE D. WILLIAMS. 20,000 words.