The Orchard at the Edge of Town (An Apple Valley Novel #3) (Paperback)

By Shirlee Mccoy

Zebra, 9781420132397, 352pp.

Publication Date: July 28, 2015

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover, Large Print (11/11/2015)

List Price: 7.99*
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Apple Valley, Washington, is where starting over means surprising new chances, facing trouble always brings a helping hand—and the most unlikely hopes can forever come true…
Apricot Sunshine Devereux-Miller needs to stay lost.  Her eccentric aunt's home in Apple Valley is the perfect place to forget her cheating ex-fiance and get her no-longer-perfect life back under control. Plus, it couldn't hurt to fix up the house and turn its neglected orchard into a thriving business.  And if Apricot can keep deputy sheriff Simon Baylor's two lively young daughters out of mischief, maybe she can ignore that he’s downright irresistible—and everything she never dreamed she'd find ...
Simon isn't looking to have his heart broken again.  He already has his hands full raising his girls. And lately he's thinking way too much about Apricot's take-charge energy and unwitting knack for stirring up trouble. He can't see a single way they could ever be right for each other. Unless they can take a crazy chance on trusting their hearts—and risking the courage to finally find their way home.

About the Author

Shirlee McCoy spent her childhood making up stories and acting them out with her sister. It wasn’t long before she discovered Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys, her mother’s gothic romances . . . and became an ardent fan of romantic suspense. She still enjoys losing herself in a good book. And she still loves making up stories. Shirlee and her husband live in Washington and have five children. Readers can visit her website at

Praise For The Orchard at the Edge of Town (An Apple Valley Novel #3)

Praise for Shirlee McCoy’s Apple Valley Novels
“A delicious treat. Don’t miss a visit to Apple Valley!”
--Emily March, New York Times bestselling author
“Sweet as pie.”
--Publishers Weekly
“A wonderful, warmhearted story.”
--RT Book Reviews