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Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy 2016
Standalone | a City Limits novel, Book 2


Some things never changed: when it rained too much it was bound to flood, work on our farm was never done, and no woman alive compared to Sunny Wilbanks. She wasn't just the town sweetheart with hair like the sun and a golden voice that drove me crazy. She was also the older woman who'd never seen me as anything more than a scrawny, lovesick kid. 

Then again, some things were never meant to stay the same. Because after college, I wasn't how she remembered, and the older I got the more I enjoyed women chasing me. 

Turned out it was easy to forget about the rain when I was tangled up with pure sunshine, and there was no place I would have rather been. I just had to convince her I’d known what I was doing all along.

Sunshine and Rain is the second standalone novel in the City Limits series. It follows new characters as they navigate their May-December-ish, second chance romance. Welcome to Wynne.


praise for Sunshine and Rain

Sunshine and Rain is small town romance at its best! An absolute must read!

-Amazon Reviewer

My heart is so full. I absolutely love this small town. Sometimes in a sea of drama and twists in every book you buy, you just need one that warms your heart the entire time you're reading. That's what you get from this series. All the love.
The author has a unique way of putting you right there in the story. I could hear the songs on the radio, I could feel the gravel under the tires of Rhett's truck, I felt like I was in Wynne with these characters. I grew up in a small town so it comes natural to me. Whenever I want to go home, I'll go to Wynne. It was a joy to see this story unfold. Another great story from this author!

—Wisco Reads

As someone who grew up, and still lives in a small town, this was SO relatable. After finishing it, the characters really stuck with me. I actually miss them a lot!! This will be a book I definitely reread.




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