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"Tassy Morgan's Buff" by Jim Stinson
July 18, 2011 - Amy Phelps
Two broken hearted people face off over a dilapidated beach shack in "Tassy Morgan's Bluff" by Jim Stinson.
Tassy ended up in her shack in San Andreas after her wealthy husband decided he was done with her and traded her in for a new and younger model. Even worse, her daughter has sided with her father. Linc is a former Hollywood lawyer who moved away after his wife's sudden death. He offered his legal services to the small town council and finds himself going head to head with Tassy due to the zoning board. Tassy isn't going to take anything lying down, whether its painting her shack purple or stirring up town controversy. But what neither of them realizes is while they are butting heads, sparks are flying. The last thing either of them expected was the start of a new life together, but that may just be what they are in for.
A warm story of quirky characters set on a lovely coastline, this book is the perfect summertime read that brings home in on a gust of warm wind.
"Tassy Morgan's Bluff" is published by Plume. It is $15 and 225 pages long.
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