Having just returned to Thistle Bend, Colorado, artist Ellie London is struggling to make a living from sales of her works, which feature flowers and leaves she collects during her hikes high up in the Rockies. But when she discovers a patch of beautiful, rare wildflowers and highlights them in her latest collection, sales skyrocket—online and at the Thistle Bend Farmers’ Market. She never imagined her dream would blossom so brightly. If only finding love were so easy.
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Praise for Tracy March’s Should’ve Said No
“A wonderful story of family, honor, trust, and generations of unexpected secrets . . . Escape to the quaint mountain town of Thistle Bend, Colorado, where there’s serious sizzle between a local boy and the new gal in town.”—USA Today bestselling author Nancy Naigle
“Should’ve Said No is a sweet modern-day Hatfield-and-McCoy story filled with tenderness, passion, and a good dose of sass. Tracy March’s town of Thistle Bend, and every one of its wonderfully quirky characters, made this charming story a pleasure to read!”—USA Today bestselling author Laura Drewry
“A small-town gem of a read, sparkling with humor, warmth, and an old-fashioned family feud.”—Zoe Dawson, author of Leaving Yesterday
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