$20 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway: Miss Main Street by Angela Castillo

Tangled in Time
Miss Main Street Book 1
by Angela Castillo
Genre: Women’s Inspirational Contemporary
 
Clean slice-of-life women’s fiction with a romantic thread and Christian elements

 

Every small town has its secrets. Darcy’s have been locked up inside her since that last summer when she left Wimber, Texas, and the boy she loved, for a glitzy life in Los Angeles.
Seven years later, her gran’s passed away. Darcy’s been named as the sole owner of the Tangled in Time antique store. Darcy can’t wait to get back to the place where she’s always felt she belonged. But owning a business isn’t as easy as it seems. And sometimes the past is better left alone.
But Darcy is determined to push forward, despite the obstacles that cross her path. And maybe even have another chance to be with the man who stayed behind.

 

 
 
Angela Castillo loves living in the small town of Bastrop Texas, and draws much of her writing inspiration from life there. She loves to walk in the woods and shop in the local stores. Castillo studied Practical Theology and Music at Christ for the Nations in Dallas, Texas. She was home-schooled all through high school and is the oldest of 7 kids. Castillo’s greatest joys are her little girl and two boys. Castillo has been published in The First Line, Aardvark’s Ark, Heartwarmers, Thema, and several other publications, and also has works available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle format. Watch book trailers on my Amazon author page!
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15 comments

  1. Dorothy Boucher says:

    This book sound wonderful, my question would be , where did she come up with the idea on writing this book.
    @tisonlyme143

  2. Lori Smanski says:

    I really enjoy books about small towns. there is so much more interaction among everyone and they have each others backs. They live life together.

  3. Lori Smanski says:

    I know a lot about owning your own business. My dad owned his for a long time and from high school until I had my first child I worked for him. It is not as easy at it appears. This sounds like a fascinating story.

  4. Lori Smanski says:

    what a sweet picture with your little one. I used to love to hold mine. Now I help out in the nursery at church twice a month. So I still get my baby snuggles.

  5. Lori Smanski says:

    I love the book cover. Makes me think of a lady that is feminine, whimsical, her life is bright and she loves the simple things in life

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