Playing for his Heart (Silver Heights)

Playing for his Heart Silver Heights Sweet music true love and cookies what could go wrong Penny Sherwood happily teaches music in a little city nestled in the hills of western North Carolina She loves her elementary students playing

  • Title: Playing for his Heart (Silver Heights)
  • Author: May Williams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sweet music, true love, and cookies what could go wrong Penny Sherwood happily teaches music in a little city nestled in the hills of western North Carolina She loves her elementary students, playing her flute, and cookies If life could be complete with an endless supply of Oreo s and eager school kids, she d be content But something s missing She wants to split theSweet music, true love, and cookies what could go wrong Penny Sherwood happily teaches music in a little city nestled in the hills of western North Carolina She loves her elementary students, playing her flute, and cookies If life could be complete with an endless supply of Oreo s and eager school kids, she d be content But something s missing She wants to split the pack of cookies with a husband and kids of her own The widowed father of two students catches her attention and her heart James Hilton sought refuge in Silver Heights after his wife s death from cancer He s determined to start over and make a good home for his twin seven year old boys James takes the job of transforming the small city s parks Soon, he s wrapped up in a controversy involving the sale of the city s iconic park a park dear to the woman he s beginning to love Will a wedge be driven between them by his job and her park

    One thought on “Playing for his Heart (Silver Heights)”

    1. Very enjoyableNice easy read. Just the right amount of characters. Penny is a music teacher who overcomes her fears and gets back on her horse so to speak. Finding out what is important and figuring out how to go after it. Had a hard time putting this book down. Enjoy.

    2. Looking for a feel-good story?This is a story about community, friendship, love and small-town politics that is just the ticket for those of us who are worried about the future of humanity. I won't say it's unpredictable, but that happy ending is reassuring.

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