Carolina Rose (Zebra Splendor Historical Romances) Mass Market Paperback – 27 May 1999
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A young woman who challenges the restrictive conventions of 1850 South Carolina, Charlie Whitney is struggling to make a success of her father's newspaper, a job that becomes further complicated by the arrival of Adam Chase, a big-city editor from Richmond. Original.
From the Author
Thank you for taking the time to read about my debut novel!
Susan Wiggs, author of The Charm School, says about Carolina Rose: "The battle of the sexes heats up the pages of this fun and fresh romance by talented new author Tracy Sumner."
South Carolina, 1850. Charlie Whitney isn't like the other ladies of Edgemont. She wears trousers, speaks her mind, and has burning ambitions as a journalist. She desperately wants to make a success of her late father's newspaper. Unfortunately, the job has been handed to Adam Chase, a big city editor from Richmond who doesn't like being in Edgemont any more than Charlie wants him there--even if he has sparked powerful feelings in her.
Adam believes in the power of the press and not much else, including love or happiness. He just wants to get the paper on its feet and get back to Richmond, away from the temptations that Charlie evokes. But he needs her to make the paper a success, and, like it or not, she needs him to teach her the writing trade.
Soon, Charlie's learning much more than how to report the news. In Adam's arms, she discovers the true meaning of passionate love...and the fine line between ambition and desire.
I would love to hear from readers at Chicago921@aol.com.
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the characters in CAROLINA ROSE were so strong you fell in love with them on the very first page. TRACY this book will be hard to top, i look foward to your new book.Published on 20 April 1999
I loved the characters Carolina Rose. Charlie and Adam have a real sense of love and the setting is very charming. Small town America. Read morePublished on 7 Mar. 1999