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Beach Town

Author: Mary Kay Andrews
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1250065933
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Given a last chance to salvage her career after being wrongly blamed for property damage, movie location scout Greer confronts an environmentally minded mayor in a sleepy Florida Gulf Coast community. By the best-selling author of Save the Date.

Beach Town

Author: Mary Kay Andrews
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466872918
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Greer Hennessy is a struggling movie location scout. Her last location shoot ended in disaster when a film crew destroyed property on an avocado grove. And Greer ended up with the blame. Now Greer has been given one more chance—a shot at finding the perfect undiscovered beach town for a big budget movie. She zeroes in on a sleepy Florida panhandle town. There's one motel, a marina, a long stretch of pristine beach and an old fishing pier with a community casino—which will be perfect for the film's climax—when the bad guys blow it up in an all-out assault on the townspeople. Greer slips into town and is ecstatic to find the last unspoilt patch of the Florida gulf coast. She takes a room at the only motel in town, and starts working her charm. However, she finds a formidable obstacle in the town mayor, Eben Thinadeaux. Eben is a born-again environmentalist who's seen huge damage done to the town by a huge paper company. The bay has only recently been re-born, a fishing industry has sprung up, and Eben has no intention of letting anybody screw with his town again. The only problem is that he finds Greer way too attractive for his own good, and knows that her motivation is in direct conflict with his. Will true love find a foothold in this small beach town before it's too late and disaster strikes? Told with Mary Kay Andrews inimitable wit and charm, the New York Times bestseller Beach Town is this year's summer beach read!

Beach Town

Author: Mary Kay Andrews
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
ISBN: 9781250213464
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SOMETIMES THE PERFECT SETTING... Greer Hennessy is a movie location scout, and picture-perfect is the name of the game. After her last project literally went up in flames, Greer has one more chance to prove herself before her career burns out as well. Now all she needs to do is come up with the ideal beach-town setting for a big-budget movie. When she discovers Cypress Key, one of Florida’s hidden treasures, Greer believes she’s found cinematic gold. If only the town’s mayor, Eben Thibadeaux, would agree. CAN LEAD TO A PERFECT DISASTER A lifelong resident of Cypress Key, the last thing Eb wants is for some Hollywood hotshot and her crew—a spoiled “It Boy” lead actor and his entourage, plus fangirls, among them—to come in and shake things up. The only problem is that he finds Greer far too attractive for his own good. . .and, in spite of their squabbles, it’s become clear that the feeling is mutual. But there’s a plot afoot to make sure that old scores are settled, that revenge gets top billing, and that no one gets their happily ever after. But then again, fate has a funny way of stealing the show... Beach Town is: “A perfect fit for [your] beach bag.”—Kirkus Reviews “Highly entertaining.”—Booklist “A hit. Readers will eagerly devour this novel and be left wanting more.”—RT Book Reviews

Beach Town

Author: Ann Roberts
Publisher: Bella Books
ISBN: 1594937206
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Kira Drake lives in the closet to protect her skyrocketing movie career. Controlled by her mother and her domineering agent, Kira's love life consists of hidden affairs and short liaisons. But then a location shoot takes her to Ocean Beach, California—an idyllic seaside town. Away from her mother and agent, Kira savors her freedom and is charmed by the liberal locals who seem to embrace everyone. Flynn McFadden, a veterinary student and surfing instructor, quickly catches Kira's eye, and the women fall for each other almost immediately. But when Kira's mother and agent discover their relationship, a plot is hatched to break them apart. Kira soon realizes she must choose between her love for Flynn and the realization of her lifelong dream.

Palm Beach

Author: Rick Rose
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493028901
Size: 48.70 MB
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Welcome to Palm Beach, America’s first resort destination, where leisure is always in style. Browse the exclusive boutiques of Worth Avenue with author and local aficionado Rick Rose. Peak inside the exclusive Breakers Palm Beach, where American aristocracy has enjoyed sophisticated, tropical elegance since the Gilded Age. Explore, indulge, and relax in this celebrated tropical paradise. This illustrated guide offers in-the-know advice to make the most of a Palm Beach visit. • Historic sites and architectural landmarks include Henry Morrison Flagler’s Whitehall, President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, and the art deco House of the Future featured at the 1939 World’s Fair. • Arts, cultural, and sporting events, from the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts to the Winter Equestrian Festival, keep guests entertained throughout the season. • Enjoy the outdoors with a bicycle ride along the Lake Trail or an airboat tour in the everglades. Meet the wildlife at Manatee Lagoon, Lion Country Safari, and Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

New Girl In Town

Author: Nancy N. Rue
Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
ISBN: 031054629X
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Real life stories about real life issues teens are facing today. Book one in a new StudentWare fiction series for mid-teens that deals with the challenges, problems, and excitement of becoming young women of faith When Laura Duffy’s family moves to Satellite Beach, Florida, she feels out of place as a junior at the high school where her good grades mark her as a nerd. Mrs. Isaacsen, a school counselor, invites Laura to join a weekly group for “conflicted” girls. There she gets to know Michelle (a sophisticated sophomore), Joy Beth (a super athlete), KJ (a freshman with an attitude), and Celeste (a junior who’s friends with every hunk in the school). The girls form a bond, and as various things happen in their busy lives, they learn to use Mrs. Isaacsen’s “secret keys” as a means for coping. This is the first of four books in Youth Specialties’ ‘Nama Beach High series by veteran girls’ fiction author Nancy Rue.

American Beach

Author: Russ Rymer
Publisher: Harper Perennial
ISBN: 9780060930899
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A history of race relations in Florida focuses on the resort area founded by Florida's first Black millionaire

A Small Town Love Story Colonial Beach Virginia

Author: Sherryl Woods
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1488079102
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Part memoir, part oral history, #1 New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods gives us a rare and intimate look at Colonial Beach, Virginia. Rich in narrative history and local color, A Small Town Love Story: Colonial Beach, Virginia is an homage to the town of Sherryl Woods’s summers, a place that stole her heart long ago and provided the basis for the many fictional small towns in her bestselling novels. True to Woods’s signature style of focusing on characters who are at the center of their communities, here she has woven together the stories of the very real people who helped shape this seaside Virginia town. She takes us back to the days of her own family gatherings, artfully capturing the unique essence of Colonial Beach and making us yearn for small-town life. Woods’s own memories frame the true stories she features—from the unique history of Colonial Beach itself to some firsthand accounts of the Oyster Wars that once consumed the community, to the stories of neighborhood merchants who made it a point to know just about every customer by name. From farmers to restauranteurs and hoteliers, from pastors to librarians and military folk, Woods’s research and interviews give life to the personalities of a very special place.

From Colored Town To Pebble Beach

Author: Pat DuVal
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781499757507
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Pat DuVal was born and raised in the Colored Town section of Fort Pierce, Florida at a time when segregation was harsh, and it looked like blacks and whites would never live in harmony. Pat escaped the ugliness of the Deep South when went into the Army. When he finished his service at Ft. Ord in California, he became the first black deputy in Monterey County. There he found a much more diverse culture. It was quite startling at first but he was a true pioneer. It was also in California that Pat followed his dream of singing, everything from opera to country to rock-'n-roll, and where he earned the moniker of The Singing Sheriff. This book recounts his journey.

Port Town

Author: George Cunningham
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780692030622
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A history of the Port of Long Beach, Calif., from the days of Native Americans in San Pedro Bay to the present, Port Town tells the story of the men and women who took a mud flat and turned it into an economic powerhouse, one of the world's most modern ports.