Book Summary of No More Secrets: A Small Town Love Story
Book summary of No More Secrets: A Small Town Love Story is about a romance that doesn’t go as planned. This book is a good read with a nice balance of drama and fun.
The main characters of this book are Harper and Luke. They are kind, affectionate, and hardworking.
After a tour of duty in Afghanistan and a few bullet holes, Carter Pierce is looking for peace and quiet in his hometown of Blue Moon Bend. He wants to spend his days tending his family farm, but he doesn’t need distractions like the designer clothes and workaholic lifestyle of the big city journalist Summer Lentz who’s sent to interview him.
She’s out of place with her designer wardrobe and workaholic lifestyle, asking too many questions that threaten to destroy the peace that Carter has been working towards. She also gets under his skin with her smart mouth and those denim-blue eyes. She thwarts every attempt he makes to retreat back into himself, bringing him closer to being whole again.
As they spend time together, Carter starts to question all the things that have been holding him back. He’s not sure if he’s ready to start a family, and he doesn’t want anyone to know about his cancer. But he is drawn to Summer and feels a connection that can’t be denied.
He knows that he has to make this relationship work because he has a special bond with Summer. He just doesn’t know how to tell her that he loves her and is afraid of what might happen if she knew the truth about his illness.
When she arrives at Blue Moon to take photos for the article, Summer is jealous of the sense of community that each member of the family has. She’s especially uncomfortable when Carter offhandedly mentions wanting kids with her.
She’s still not quite sure what to do with him, but she’s starting to feel a little more confident as they get to know each other better. When they run a farm tour for the local daycare, she’s envious of how happy and in love the entire crew looks.
Summer finds that she’s getting more than she bargained for when she meets Carter and discovers his secrets. She’s not sure she can handle them, but as they continue to grow closer, he begins to trust her more and more. Will they be able to push past the secrets that are holding them both back?
In this swoon-worthy debut from #1 Amazon Kindle Store bestselling author Lucy Score, a stubborn city girl and a sexy six-pack Army Ranger meet in the small town of Blue Moon Bend. The first in the Blue Moon series, No More Secrets: A Small Town Love Story is a charming story of romance and opposite attract that will make you want to run out and buy a copy for yourself!
The main character is Summer Lentz, a stubborn, sexy city-dwelling journalist who wants to move up in the world of magazine publishing. She is determined to work her way up to managing editor of the magazine she works for and then start her own digital mag.
When she gets an assignment to write about a next-generation organic farmer, she never expected to fall in love with the farm, his family and the beautiful community of Blue Moon Bend. She also didn’t expect to keep a big secret that will impede her future with Carter, but she is willing to do it for the chance to write her best piece ever.
After a week on the farm, Summer finds that her connection with Carter is stronger than she ever thought possible. Every time they touch, there is a little jolt of electricity between them. It’s a connection that has eluded her since she was a little girl, but she can’t keep it to herself any longer.
While she spends the weekend harvesting lettuce with Carter, his mom, Phoebe and brother Beckett, she discovers that another local farmer has broken his leg and needs the help of the entire town. She and Phoebe go to help him.
As they work together, they realize that their relationship could become even more complicated. They begin to wonder if secrets can break their hearts forever, but they aren’t sure that they want to lose the chance of love.
As they get closer, will Carter and Summer be able to push past their secrets? Will they finally find the love and happiness they both have been waiting for?
Carter’s family is one of the most important parts of No More Secrets: A Small Town Love Story. They’re the ones who make the story so realistic and relatable.
Gwenyth Carter, a single mother, has been through a lot in the past months. After getting a divorce and nearly losing her job, she’s rebuilding her life one step at a time. She’s determined to keep her daughter and career intact, so when a lucrative airport project falls into her lap, she’s thrilled.
She starts working for Cade Paxton, an Aussie billionaire businessman who purchased Carter Island Air after a tragic loss. Though he’s always been cautious about relationships, he can’t resist the sexy, sassy woman who’s hired to update his aging airport.
The two of them spend a lot of time together, and soon, he starts to realize that he may have found the woman of his dreams. However, before they can truly be together, Summer keeps a secret that could ruin their relationship.
This is a very easy to read book, but it also has plenty of drama and fun. It’s set in a small, picturesque town in upstate New York, and it touches on a serious subject – PTSD, which is affecting a large population of soldiers returning from active duty.
As a self-published author, Lucy Score writes romance novels with an equal amount of drama and fun. Her books are a delightful reading experience with witty dialogues and characters that you wish you had as your friends.
No More Secrets: A Small Town Love Stories has the feel of a classic small-town romance novel, with a touch of a modern twist. It’s a charming, heartwarming read that’s sure to have you wishing you could live in this world forever.
Aside from romance, the main character of No More Secrets: A Small Town Story also takes on a serious topic – PTSD. This condition is affecting a large population of men returning from active duty and it’s something that needs to be addressed.
The book’s protagonist, Summer Lentz, comes to Blue Moon Bend for a week to interview Carter Pierce and his family for an article she’s writing for Indulgence magazine. She’s completely unaware that she’ll fall in love with the gorgeous and generous farmer who runs Pierce Acres. But that doesn’t mean she won’t discover her own secrets along the way.
When city girl Summer Lentz takes a job writing an article about an organic farm owned by a small-town farmer, she never expected to fall in love with the town and its inhabitants. But the farm’s serenity and the wacky charm of Carter and his family quickly draw her in.
The first day of her stay, she has dinner with Carter and his family–his mom, Phoebe; his brother, Beckett; the farm’s horse trainer, Joey; and his goat, Clementine. She also takes part in a wheatgrass shot and rides a horse for the first time.
She also has lunch with Beckett, who is a lawyer and the town’s mayor. He’s the most stable of the brothers, and he fields several tiny mayoral “issues” with grace and wit. He also isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty when it comes to farm chores, which he likes a lot.
On the next day, Summer has a chance to harvest lettuce with Carter, Beckett, and the farm’s hand, Colby. It’s a back-breaking task, but she manages to make the most of it, and she surprises everyone with her strength.
Her blog post about her cancer and her love of Carter gets a huge response from the readers, including from potential advertisers interested in working with her if she launches a digital magazine for healthy living. It also helps that her cancer is in remission, but she still struggles to connect with her parents, who were disappointed when she quit journalism school and switched gears to digital.
In the end, she moves in with Carter and begins cultivating a healthier work-life balance. She has her mom visit in their RV, and they reconnect with each other in a meaningful way.
No More Secrets: A Small Town Love Story is a heartwarming read that will have you cheering on the main characters as they navigate their way to a happy ending. It’s a fun, quick read with a strong sense of place and a genuinely likable hero. You’ll be hooked from page one!