It's late June when Sam Champion drives into an Indiana town and sees a "Grow Browning" billboard, with the population, 3653, in changeable numbers, like those on a scoreboard. Sam, an Arizona professor, wants to sell the house he inherited, fast, and return to Arizona, for a prestigious promotion. Lily Madison, his red-haired neighbor is an accident-waiting-to-happen, but beautiful, determined, and smart, she has other plans for Sam and Browning. Lily brightens Sam’s life, but he doesn’t realize how much until he tries to walk away.
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Love in a Small Town was one of three fiction finalists in the Indiana State Library's recent Best Books of Indiana 2007 contest, which is held in conjunction with the Center of the Book, Library of Congress.
"Against the backdrop of a tender love story, the author depicts a realistic commentary of a small town in the Midwest, struggling to maintain its identity. The Hoosier author introduces you to real people, who can become good friends. This romance warms the heart and leaves you wanting more." (Best Books of Indiana 2007 – Fiction Judges)
Love in a Small Town was also nominated for Ecataromance's Reviewer's Choice Award!