Home Is Where Your Boots Are

Small-town girl turned big-city lawyer, Lilly Atkins is both southern belle and rhinestone cowgirl, balancing sugar and steel with wit and grit. She traded her hometown for Dallas to earn a law degree and an old money fiancÈ, losing herself in the process. While her law career flourished, her relationship floundered and she finds herself the brunt of a bad clichÈ. So she hauls her bags and cheated heart back across the border to her hometown; Brooks, Oklahoma, where the creek is cool and the gossip is hot. Having grown up in there, Lilly has always known Brooks is the kind of place where everyone knows whose check is good and whose husband isn't. But when she comes back, she's smacked with some down-home deceit. Lilly is suspicious and intrigued when her "bad-boy turned good" old-flame wants to be her first client and the local funeral home director is her second.

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By Tiffany (Stilwell, OK) · ★★★☆☆ · January 21, 2011
This book was entertaining. I am from a small town in Oklahoma just like the one the writer describes in the book. I thought some of the scenarios in the book we quite funny because they we things my girlfriends and I have pulled before. I can also appreciate the way the author describes her char... ...more