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Grocery Girl

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She inhales life with every breath. He’s suffered a world of pain. Can they rise above tragedy to find their happily ever after?

Maree Davenport refuses to let a tearful past rule her future. After losing her parents at the age of five, the big-hearted fabric designer is determined to embrace her feelings and find happiness no matter what. So when she literally runs over a handsome new firefighter in the produce section, the hopeless romantic is certain she’s just collided with destiny.

Everyone Rhys Larsen ever loved has died. And though he may have hit it off with the pretty girl at the store, the haunted EMT knows better than to let her into his heart. But when an accident leaves her wounded and in need of care, he vows to nurse her back to health.

As Maree struggles to break through the grieving man’s walls, she fears his deep-seated superhero complex will make him unreachable. And as Rhys grapples with trying to protect the beautiful woman from his curse, he worries he’ll have to choose between doing the right thing and true love.

Can this conflicted couple reconcile their opposite takes on adversity and find purpose in each other’s arms?

Grocery Girl is the touching first book in the Green Hills wholesome small-town romance series. If you like strong but vulnerable characters, emotional growth, and quaint backdrops, then you’ll adore Virginia'dele Smith’s celebration of joy.

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She refuses to let loss define her.

He can’t see past tragedy.

Can they merge their paths to find the perfect partner?

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What Readers Are Saying

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Shari O.

“Authentic, relatable characters...a captivating story that delves into real human emotions.”

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Nia Q.

“I really enjoyed Grocery Girl; Rhys and Maree's story is very compelling and sweet, and the character development was fabulous…”

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Clara W.

"This was such a cute story — the perfect "the world is ending so I need a distraction" book. It touches on some deep topics but still feels very lighthearted and the dialog is just fun."

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Amy M.

“Very few books have caused to me to “feel” heartbreak and this was one of those few.”

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