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Dirt Road Main Street (Paperback)
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When good-looking Ben "Tano" Montano, of the Boulder Colorado based rock band "Badge", encounters a pretty red-headed girl stranded after a concert in San Angelo, Texas, he offers her a ride home to the Oklahoma Panhandle on his way to Kansas for the next concert. Two days pass on their fortuitous music-filled ride together in Tano's van, during which time they connect in an unforeseen and intense way. When they arrive in Sage, Oklahoma, with regret they say goodbye on a dirt road main street in the tiny town believing they will never see each other again. Five years pass as Badge's fame grows and Tano's Boulder tequila bar thrives, but he is haunted and taunted by his memory of the girl, Holly. Without even knowing her last name, Tano is convinced that he must take a chance to find her, and he sets off on an August morning for Sage. When they reunite, their romantic past is renewed, and a secret is revealed. But the chance reunion is threatened by a hostile brother, a boyfriend in Kansas, a jilted ex, and a wildly obsessed woman stalker with guns and a hunger for Tano's love. Dirt Road Main Street is a story of the strength and survival of love lost and found, entangled with the apprehension produced by the unpredictable desperate acts of an edgy mad woman.
About the Author
Cynthia L. Clark was born and raised in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains in Boulder County, Colorado, where she continues to live. She is the author of the romantic suspense novel, Boulder Girl, Remember Me When the Moon Hangs Low. She earned a B.A. in Economics and a J.D. Law degree from the University of Colorado Boulder. Dirt Road Main Street is her second novel.