Dorothy Robbins wants out of the small town that she was born and raised in. She wants to finish her pharmacist degree, move to a big city and never see Legend, Tennessee again. But money is tight and her job at Jim Bob's Saloon leaves her little to put in savings. When Charlie McClain returns to Legend from Los Angeles, Dorothy isn't impressed, after all this is 1975 and she is a woman of the times, so what if he was a marine? So what if he lived in a big city and made good? He was still back in Legend. Can Charlie change Dorothy's outlook on Legend or are they destined to miss their shot?
This was a sweet story about coming of age and changing priorities. I liked the characters, the scene setting was good and the story flowed well. I'll have to check out some of Ms. Scott's other titles, as this is the first book I've read by her, but she seems to be a very promising author. All in all, well worth the time to give it a chance.
CATEGORY: Contemporary Romance, Ladies of Legend, Legendary Christmas series.
HEAT LEVEL: Sapphire
Christmas Season, 1975
Dorothy Robbins is working hard to build up her Leaving Legend Fund. She wants to finish college, become a pharmacist, and never see her boring little hometown again. But her source of income is a meager hourly wage and tips at Jim Bob?s Saloon, where the only thing worse than the tips are the songs on the jukebox.
Charles McClain has been gone from Legend for years?first serving in Vietnam as a Marine, then finishing college and getting a job in Los Angeles. But his new life hit a snag, and suddenly he has time for a long holiday visit with his family, back in the beautiful mountains of Eastern Tennessee. Too bad there?s nothing interesting going on in Legend.
But it?s Christmas... The air is cold, hearts are warm, and mistletoe is overhead when you least expect it. Besides, sometimes the path that leads you away can also bring you home.
ELEMENTS: Moderate sexual content, adult situations.