Never did run smooth
When True Cowley's golf-obsessed husband drops dead and his duplicity comes to light, she's left emotionally and financially drained. True takes advantage of a free burial plot in her birthplace-a southern coastal town she's spent a lifetime avoiding. She's soon immersed in a riddle of secrets and memories of the antebellum house known as Oak View.
The very mysterious, very handsome Jackson Bean knows a funeral certainly isn't the best place to notice a beautiful woman-particularly when that woman is the widow. When True becomes a tenant in his rental home, the two join forces in shedding light on those shadowy secrets-and find there's a lot more to their relationship than partners-in-crime-solving.
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"Margaret Cunningham writes with humor and grace, weaving a tale that is filled with romance and surprises. One True Place offers its readers so many things - romance, mystery, and a lovely story of a woman's quest to reconcile herself with her past. I recommend this story to anyone who enjoys a light, humorous, Southern love story." -Working Girl Reviews