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The Stars at Night

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Kate Norwood from New York arrives in Texas with her young motherless nephew, Nicky. She quickly decides the plan to relocate him with his grandmother is a mistake. With the help of Nicky’s uncle, Jesse McCoy, she learns the boy’s father is dead. Her boyfriend interferes with his own agenda for Kate, using lies, deceptions, and cruelty.

Jesse McCoy falls for Kate Norwood th
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Published June 30th 2011 by Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc
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LK Hunsaker
Jun 27, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A nice light-but-not-too-light contemporary romance with engaging characters I thought about even when not reading. It was hard to put down, and so far, my favorite Celia Yeary book.
Diane Craver
Feb 16, 2012 rated it it was amazing
The Stars at Night hooked me on page one. This is not always the case with me. Meeting hero Jesse McCoy immediately set the tone for the whole novel, and I couldn’t stop reading. As a Texan police officer, he clocks a SUV going way too fast. When Kate Norwood is forced to pull over for Jesse McCoy, she’s irritated but notices how good-looking and muscular the officer is. He’s attracted to the speedster and fortunately, sees her again and offers to bring food to the tired Kate and her nephew, Nic ...more
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In The Stars at Night Ms. Yeary uproots her heroine, Kate Norwood, from all that is familiar and plunks her down in Texas. Kate is looking for Ray McCoy, her nephew’s father, but instead she meets his brother Jesse. From the first emotional sparks fly, and then with her usual skill Ms. Yeary weaves in misinformation, betrayals, blackmail, and substance abuse, to name but a few of the conflicts her hero and heroine face. Both are stron
Feb 14, 2012 rated it it was amazing
In this poignant tale, Celia Yeary pulls on our heartstrings about the fate of young Nicky, and his Aunt Kate and Uncle Jesse. Kate and Nicky hail from the city, Jesse lives on a ranch in Texas. When city meets country, romantic sparks fly. A native Texan, author Celia Yeary’s love for her home state shines through in this tale of homecoming and belonging.
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