Anyone worried that living in a small town could be boring certainly hasn't lived in Henry Adams, Kansas. From the wealthy divorcÉe who saved this historic town founded by freed slaves to the romantic entanglements that have set tongues wagging and hearts fluttering (and everything in between), there's plenty to keep the lovably eccentric townsfolk busy.
Preston Miles is happy living with his foster parents, but an e-mail from his maternal grandmother is about to change all that. . . . Riley Curry, the former town mayor, is convinced his pet hog, Cletus, acted in self-defense when he sat onand killed a man. Now Riley just has to prove it in a court of law. . . . And as for Rocky, she has already had a lifetime of hurt. Will she risk opening her heartand her lifeto Jack?
Warm, funny, poignant, and unforgettable, Beverly Jenkins's latest excursion to Henry Adams is a true delighta welcome return to a place that always feels like home.
About the Author
Beverly Jenkins is the author of numerous novels, including "Night Song", "Vivid", and "A Wish and a Prayer". She has received many awards, including two Career Achievement Awards from "Romantic Times" magazine and a Golden Pen Award from the Black Writer's Guild. She speaks widely on both romance and nineteenth-century African American history.