Her Small-Town Sheriff
Calling the cops on a twelve-year-old shoplifter isn't what ice-cream parlor owner Phoebe Sellers would normally do. Yet it just so happens that the troublemaker's father is a cop. Unfortunately, Phoebe has no idea of the tragedy that's brought Sheriff Carson Winters and his daughter to Moonlight Cove…or the fears that plague him.
But she knows enough about broken dreams from personal experience. The shared bond with Carson soon has Phoebe believing in second chances. And wondering whether, with enough faith, she and Carson might be able to help each other heal.
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