Lover's Lane

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Random House Publishing Group, 2004 - Fiction - 432 pages
14 Reviews
For six years, Carly Nolan has built a life for herself and her son Christopher, never getting too close to anyone. Nobody in the sleepy little beach community of Twilight Cove suspects she is running—from the mistakes she made in her youth, the memory of her fiancé Rick and his unexpected death, and the rich, powerful people who want to take away her child. All that is about to change.

Private investigator Jake Montgomery has been searching for the elusive Caroline Graham since the day she disappeared with Rick’s baby. When he finally finds her living under an assumed name, she’s no longer a wild teenager, but a devoted, utterly captivating single mother. Cautiously, Carly dares to trust an outsider for the first time in years. She never imagines that Jake, caught between his mission and his growing passion, poses a threat to her protected world. If her secrets are revealed, Carly risks losing the child she holds so dear—and the man who possesses the key to her heart.

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Review: Lover's Lane (Twilight Cove #1)

User Review  - Priya - Goodreads

Beautifully crafted in the same way the author describes the actual artwork of protagonist: light, unique and touchingly soulful. Indeed, the entire story itself reads as a work of art. The story is ... Read full review

Review: Lover's Lane (Twilight Cove #1)

User Review  - Brenda - Goodreads

This was a new author for me. I found her writing style to be very smooth and easy reading. The characters in the story were very entertaining. This author did not follow the complete "romance outline" which was very refreshing. When I have time I will read other books written by this author. Read full review

About the author (2004)

The critically acclaimed author of numerous bestselling novels, Jill Marie Landis lives with her husband, Steve, in California and Hawaii. Her list of award-winning books includes Come Spring, Blue Moon, Sunflower, Just Once, Summer Moon, Magnolia Creek, and Heat Wave. Visit Landis at

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