Release Blitz: Fernhill Lane by Kristen Proby

Fernhill Lane
(Huckleberry Bay #2)
by Kristen Proby
Release Date: November 15, 2022

About Fernhill Lane
She didn't think she'd ever come home again.

When Sarah Bitterman left Huckleberry Bay at the tender age of nineteen, newly married to a much older man, she had every intention of coming home to visit. Sadly, she quickly learned that was out of the question.

Until her husband throws her out with only the clothes on her back and finally sets Sarah free.

Coming back to the small seaside town has been the hardest thing she's ever done. Facing those who loved her the most and think she turned her back on them is almost unbearable. But she needs her two best friends, and she's longed to make amends with her little brother.

Huckleberry Bay is like the art in her soul. And now she can put down roots and begin to heal.

Tanner Hilleman knew it was a mistake to let the love of his life go all those years ago, and he's never stopped thinking about her. Now that she's home, while he's giving her the space she needs, he's also determined to make Sarah see that they belong together.

Unfortunately, Sarah's past has followed her to Huckleberry Bay and threatens to destroy everything she loves. Will she and Tanner survive it? Or will it tear them apart for good?




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About Kristen Proby

Kristen Proby has published more than forty titles, many of which have hit the USA Today, New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers lists. She continues to self-publish, best known for her With Me in Seattle and Boudreaux series, and is also proud to work with William Morrow, a division of HarperCollins, with the Fusion and Romancing Manhattan series.

Kristen and her husband, John, make their home in her hometown of Whitefish, Montana with their two cats.

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