Sunny Chandler's Return
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More informationSandra Brown has won over fans and critics throughout
the world with more than fifty New York Times
bestselling novels. Her early works were hailed by
Rendezvous magazine as stories with "larger than life
heroes and heroines [who] make you believe all the
warm, wonderful, wild things in life." Here is
the unforgettable story of a woman who returns to
her small hometown in the South-and finds
that the sins of her past are right where she left them.
Never. Sunny Chandler always said she'd never go
back to the tiny town where she grew up. It was just
three years ago that she was at the center of a notorious
scandal-and the good folks of Latham Green,
Louisiana, made it clear they'd never let her forget it.
So Sunny packed up and headed for New Orleans, and
now she wouldn't give up city life for the world. But
when she's invited to her best friend's wedding, Sunny
has no choice but to go home. And with her return
come the whispers…the looks…the rumors she tried
to escape. It doesn't take Sunny long to see that
Latham Green has nothing new to offer. Except
maybe Ty Beaumont.
The moment Ty and Sunny first meet at a party, he can
see she's no ordinary woman. With her dazzling hair,
and eyes the color of gold, she's a flesh-and-blood
fantasy-and Ty vows he'll have her in his bed before
the week is out. Yet even when he turns on his southern
charm, Sunny makes it clear she's not interested.
Sure, a night with Ty would be wilder than Bourbon
Street at Mardi Gras. But Sunny's not in town to
become some good ol' boy's latest conquest, no matter
how sexy he is. Little does she know that Ty
isn't used to taking no for an answer-and he isn't
about to start now.
Soon what began as an innocent flirtation becomes
a tantalizingly slow, skillfully deliberate, and
overwhelmingly seductive pursuit that even Sunny
finds hard to resist. But resist him she will. For
Sunny is harboring an agonizing secret-the painful
truth of why she left Latham Green the way she did.
What she really needs now is a