Category Archives: Rice, Patricia

Patricia Rice. Sweet Home Carolina. New York: Ballantine Books, 2007.

When the textile mill in the fictional Piedmont town of North Fork, North Carolina goes bankrupt, Amy Warren is determined to reopen the mill and reinstate jobs for the people in her town. But Zack St. Etienne, a successful European buinessman, arrives in Norfolk with other plans for the mill. Upset by the obstruction of her goal, Amy must also come to terms with the romance that develops with Zack.

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Patricia Rice. Small Town Girl. New York: Ivy Books, 2006.

Flynn “Flint” Clinton returns home to the fictional Piedmont town of North Fork, North Carolina after leaving his music career and fast lifestyle behind in Nashville. Looking to start a new life, he finds himself captivated by Joella Sanderson, a waitress at the restaurant he owns. Joella brings music and love back into Flint’s life, yet he is still not without his share of troubles.

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