Return of the Stardust Cowgirl by Marsha Moyer
A Lucy Hatch Novel (Lucy Hatch Novels)

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“It’s sticking around when things get tough that you find out what somebody’s worth. But I guess you already know that.”

So says Lucy Hatch to her stepdaughter, Denny, who has run away from her fledgling music career in Nashville to escape marriage troubles. Now back home in Texas, Denny learns that leaving her past behind won’t be so simple: she’s pregnant. Lucy is also at a turning point. The flower shop where she’s worked for years is closing, and her husband, Ash Farrell, is finding that living one day at a time is harder than he thought it would be. Everything used to stay the same in the little town of Mooney; now big changes are in the air—and everyone has to shift their plans to embrace the future. As Denny stops running and finally faces the music, Lucy works to regain her own footing by helping the man she loves find his.

Heartwarming, funny, and distinctly Southern, Return of the Stardust Cowgirl explores the joys and sorrows of life in a small town, the complexity of love, and the bonds that we share only with family.

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About Marsha Moyer

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MARSHA MOYER is the author of The Second Coming of Lucy Hatch, The Last of the Honky-Tonk Angels, and Heartbreak Town. She lives in Austin, Texas. Visit her website at
Published February 26, 2008 by Crown. 370 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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The fourth installment in Moyer's marvelous Lucy Hatch series (after Heartbreak Town ) is as refreshing as an icy cold Coke on a hot afternoon in northeast Texas.

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