Wednesday, December 2, 2020

The Heart of Dixie By M. M. Clem

 DIXIEI never wanted to leave the farm, but Papa insisted, and I’ve always been a daddy’s girl. After being away for four years at a big city college, this was not the homecoming I expected.Papa’s health is worse than I realized, and the farm is falling apart. My best friend Charlie is more hands on than ever before and there’s an infuriatingly handsome new farmhand in my horse barn that’s caught my attention. BAUERFinding out I have a teenage son a little over a year ago was a shock, but I’m desperate to be a part of his life and prove I’m more than an irresponsible bachelor.Thankfully, Gould Farms has been my saving grace, giving me a steady job and providing me a place to live. I’ve focused all my energy on this job; that is, until my bosses daughter returns home.She’s not at all what I expected, but she’s definitely what I want. She might even be just what I need to give my son the life he deserves.When Dixie’s confusion turns to heartbreak and Bauer’s future teeters on the edge, will they find what they’re looking for in the heart of dixie?

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m.m. clem lives in a small town, in the heart of Indiana, with
her husband, three kids, and her big black dog, Leela.
Besides writing, she enjoys reading, photography, sleeping,
and watching her daughter dance. When she’s not busy
writing or reading, you can find her chauffeuring her kids to
band practices and competitions, club meetings, dance practice and dance
competitions, or fiddling around on social media. She loves her Netflix,
country music, anything sweet to eat, and iced tea. Sarcasm is her second

My Thoughts...
Cowgirls are you looking for a new author? I found you one and and you are going to enjoy this one.
I can't wait for Clem's next book. This is book one in the series Dixie Duet. I hope that you will grab a copy and let me know what you think of this one.
The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.