Girls Night by Stef Ann Holm
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Stef Ann Holm jumps from writing historical romance to contemporary romantic comedy with a yummy, exuberant splash-in-the-latté in Girls Night. Jillene McDermott is a widowed mom with few assets except her struggling coffee shop on Blue Heron Island, Java the Hut; her late husband's car, which she refuses to drive; and a winsome zest for success that defrosts the iced-over heart of true-crime writer Vince Tremonti. Vince has his own trauma to face--the living nightmare of a serial killer who has committed a dozen murders just to get a book deal authored by Tremonti. Lured by Jillene and her daughters, Claire and Faye, Vince fears his grotesque situation will taint the sweetness and light he finds with them. Add in the daughters' determination to find a new daddy for their mama, and Girls Night is tastier than a cinnamon-whipped, cream-laced frothy mug of small-town Americano. This one's a genuine winner--the McDermott girls, all three, will steal your heart, justas they do for the once-jaded Vince Tremonti!

About Stef Ann Holm

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Published January 1, 2002 by Mira Books. 376 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Although I hate to see Holm leave Americana behind, I liked this book enough to follow her and keep up with her contemporary books.

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