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Which Plot Set Should I Use?

Bridesmaid to Bride

Plot Setting One:

My entire past was a lie.


After an urgent call from a probate lawyer, I fly from New York to Violet Moon, a tiny town in Georgia I’ve never heard of.


Surprise! A stranger willed me his dilapidated farm. Since my parents died, I don’t have any family left—not that I know of, anyway.


Now, I have to figure out what to do with the place, and fast. I can’t let the animals starve—especially one particularly hungry goat who keeps stealing my Fig Newtons—but I can’t stay here, either. I need to convince Owen Brooks, a hotshot contractor from Atlanta, to flip the place for me.


When Meadow, my ten-year-old nonverbal neighbor, speaks to Owen and me during a horseback ride, Owen takes the job, and I decide to stay longer. There’s something about this place that makes me feel whole, and when Owen shows up in a flannel jacket, all I can think about is getting him out of it.


But I can’t fall for him or Meadow—my life is in New York, and they belong here.


When I find the gnarly tree from my nightmares, I have to find the truth—even if it alters lives forever.


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