Book Summary of No More Secrets – A Small Town Love Story

Book summary of No More Secrets A Small Town Love Story

Whether you are looking for a new read or are interested in learning more about the book, this book summary will provide you with the information you need to enjoy the story. This story is set in the small town of No More Secrets and revolves around the love story of Summer Lentz and Carter Pierce.

Carter Pierce

Getting the chance to work with Summer Lentz might not be the biggest deal of all. Carter Pierce, however, is forced to deal with a big city editor who wants to see his big city reporter cover all the news. In the end, he ends up sending Summer Lentz back to Manhattan, with a real story about life on the farm.

Carter’s mom Phoebe is married to Franklin, and they live on the family farm. Carter’s brothers, Beckett and Jax, also live on the farm. Carter’s family is tight-knit, and they’re there to support him. They’re also the ones that keep Carter’s secrets out of the spotlight. But when Summer Lentz comes to town, Carter has to deal with her secrets, too.

After Carter leaves the army, he struggles with PTSD. He needs to be home in his hometown, where he can spend time with his family and tend to the farm. It’s a different kind of dangerous. When Summer Lentz moves in, Carter realizes that Summer hasn’t been treated like a guest at the farm. During their time together, Summer becomes jealous of the sense of community the Pierce family has. However, she hasn’t quite figured out how to break the ice.

Fortunately, Carter’s family helps keep him grounded. He and Rachel have sex again, and they decide to try to figure out what their relationship is really about. They’re also starting a brewery with Jax. They’re also getting help from the town. They figure out that they need more than a fling. They need a community to help them grow closer to each other.

Summer, however, is a workaholic who doesn’t like having a boyfriend. She’s out of place with her designer clothes and her busy schedule. She also feels uncomfortable with the idea of having kids. But she’s also afraid that her cancer may return. Luckily, Carter and his family help her overcome her fears. They’re willing to work together to make her dreams come true.

In the end, Summer and Carter realize that if they want to get to know each other, they have to break some of the secrets that keep them apart. They both learn that there’s more to their relationship than just sex and work.

No More Secrets: A Small Town Love Story is the first book in the Blue Moon series. It’s a contemporary small town romance, and is the perfect book for fans of the series. It’s also perfect for fans of romance, romance novels, and stories about love. It’s a book that’s full of twists and turns, but at the end, you’ll see that the best part is the love between Carter and Summer.

Summer Lentz

Those of you who are new to the Blue Moon series may be wondering about Summer Lentz. Her big city job and designer wardrobe make her seem out of place in a small town. But she’s not the only one who feels out of place. This is a story about love and second chances.

Summer is a big city journalist, who travels to a small town to do an article about the Blue Moon Bend farm. Her parents are there to visit. She’s in remission from cancer, and isn’t sure if she wants to have kids. She’s also jealous of how the Pierce family has a sense of community. She’s not sure if she’s a part of the community. She also worries that she’ll have cancer again.

The author describes his novel as Bridesmaids meets Some Like It Hot. The novel follows Summer Lentz, who is a big city journalist, who travels to a small town to do an article about the Blue Moon Bend farm. The story takes place over a week and a half, and it’s full of adventure. The story is a rags-to-riches story, and there’s a romance in it. It’s also a book about second chances and love changing everything.

Summer Lentz has been a big city journalist for years, and she’s always been out of place in a small town. She’s used to living in the city with her dad, who’s a journalist for the New York Times. But Summer’s dad cut off her school funding when she switched to digital journalism. Summer has also been in remission from cancer for six months, and she worries that it may come back. She’s also out of place with Carter, her boss, who works in New York, and who wants to spend days on the farm tending to it. She’s also afraid that Carter wants kids, and she’s not sure she’s ready for that.

Summer Lentz has a secret. It’s not exactly a big secret. She has a blog that gets a lot of attention. The blog post she wrote gets a lot of attention, too. Carter reads the blog and reads Summer’s blog. The blog post makes him think of Summer. Eventually, Summer and Carter have dinner. He gets to know Summer on a personal level, but he’s not sure if he wants a family with her. But he wants to celebrate his life with her. And he wants to make sure that she doesn’t run away again.

Carter’s family is also involved in the town. He has a brother named Beckett, who is a lawyer, and he has an estranged brother named John David, who is a decade older than Beckett. Beckett is a good mayor, and he handles the small mayoral issues with grace. But he also thinks that Summer should go back to Blue Moon.

Lucy Score

Using a small town as the backdrop for her story, bestselling Wall Street and Amazon Kindle author Lucy Score gives us a contemporary romance that’s equal parts fun and smart. While this book isn’t strictly about romance, it’s clear that the characters are a part of each other’s lives.

No More Secrets is a lighthearted romance novel set in upstate New York. It is a surprisingly compelling read, with a lot of the humor coming from the town’s bumbling residents. The main characters are the ex-Army man Carter Pierce, his horse trainer Joey, and his mother Phoebe. As a bonus, we’re introduced to Carter’s brother Beckett, who is the most eligible bachelor in town. But that’s not all. In order to keep Summer happy, Carter has a plan. He takes her on a tour of his farm, harvesting lettuce in the process. It’s a novel way to spend a day off, but it’s not the only way to get to know her.

The book also tells us about a few unforeseen complications, such as PTSD in the military and a love triangle that isn’t what it’s cracked up to be. This book is a lighthearted tale, but it’s not without its pitfalls. While Lucy Score does a good job of balancing the romance, her characters don’t always play nice together. The book is a little cheesy at times, but it’s a lot of fun. I highly recommend it. The book is the best in a series of books about the Pierce family, which are all set in upstate New York. It’s a series that will make you feel like you’re part of the family.

The best part of No More Secrets is the characterization of the characters. We’re introduced to the main characters and their backstories, and are also treated to a tour de force of witty dialogue. We’re also treated to some of Lucy’s best writing. It’s a testament to her ability to create characters you want to get to know, and to her ability to come up with a story that is equal parts fun and smart. The novel may not be for everyone, but you’ll be glad you found it. You’ll definitely want to check out Lucy’s other books in the series. You’ll also want to read about the misadventures of the previous main characters, and their relationships. The book is a fun read, with a little bit of mystery. It’s the best in a series of books about a family that will make you wish you could be a part of their lives.

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