Sunny Chandler’s Return by Sandra Brown

 

 

Going home, could you show your face in your home town, years after walking out on your wedding day?

Sunny Chandler did. Sandra Brown kept me wanting more in Sunny Chandler’s Return. Sunny is back in her home town for her best friend’s wedding. Not wanting to be there, she is still the object of the busy bodied people of the small town. All she wants is to be there for her friend and leave again.

Ty Beaumont is the town’s sheriff and he is dead set on bedding Sunny. However, he has his work cut out for him. Ty thinks he is every woman’s dream; but with Sunny, he has another thing coming. His straight forward approach is something that brushes her the wrong way from the very beginning.

Sandra Brown brings about a strong-willed woman in Sunny Chandler. She knows what she wants and she works hard to get it. Sunny doesn’t trust easily and one Mr. Ty Beaumont is definitely not to be trusted. Sunny Chandler’s Return is one of Sandra Brown’s novels that I will read again. Its characters are strong and stubborn.

Some women don’t seem to really want a man, and some men don’t seem to know when they’ve met their match.

Publisher: Bantam; Published: January, 2004(first Published in 1987); Category: Fiction – Adult, Romance; Format: Hardcover; Source: Won

This signed copy, was won from a giveaway through Goodreads.com, by the Author.

 

 

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