Shameless Sweetheart by Roxanne Snopek

Shameless Sweetheart

By Roxanne Snopek

  • Publication Date: 2015-08-25
  • Genre: Contemporary

Book Overview

Sometimes doing the right thing can hurt those you love the most.

Nathan Starr has lived an honorable life. He married a good woman, raised a family, turned their struggling farm into a thriving business and founded a town in the process. But now, watching his children and grandchildren, he fears the next generations of Sweetheart, Montana, never learned about love.
Free-spirited Pansy Oppenheimer aches for her dear friend Nate. Although he stayed behind while she traveled the world, together they know this town and its secrets better than anyone. No one wishes a bright future for the Starrs of Sweetheart more than they do. Little does anyone know that they harbor a secret of their own.

The Starrs of Sweetheart, Montana series
Prequel: Shameless Sweetheart by Roxanne Snopek
Book 1: The Secret Son by Joan Kilby
Book 2: Her Sweetheart Brand by Paula Altenburg
Book 3: Yours Forever, Sweetheart by Roxanne Snopek
Book 4: The Montana Bride by Jeannie Watt

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Recent Reviews

  • Excellent Peak at the Series

    By Renae_D
    My heart just breaks for Nate Jackson and Pansy Oppenheimer. Young love when the odds are stacked against you is hard to fight. Especially, with family pressure added to the mix. This story was an excellent preview to the series of Secret's of Cherry Lake, my interested is peaked and wanting to now the stories of Nate's children and grandchildren.
  • A Great Start to a New Series

    By SBart79
    What a great introduction to a new series of Secrets of Cherry Lake. A quick read, that will leave you feeling good and wanting more of Cherry Lake. Wondering what more secrets we will find out in the stories to come. Loved the story of Nick and Pansy, with chapters going from present to past. It was like reading someone's diary. I highly recommend this book, the start of a new series. Can't wait for more.