Aside from slinging beer at her husband’s microbrewery, Bess Reynolds is the director of the Starkett House Museum, a preserved pioneer-era home. Along with Aunt Martha’s fan and Aunt Esther’s rocking chair, Bess has to deal with another relic--ninety-year old Lucille Starkett, who likes to tell inappropriate stories to tours.
Then country music superstar and avid fisherman Duane Hasker rents out the museum as a film location. But when Duane shows up, he’s not alone. In addition to his film crew, his fans stake out the block, squabbling with a crowd protesting Duane’s cruelty to fish. So when Duane and Bess strike up a quick friendship, things get confusing fast.
After all, Duane Hasker is enough to turn any girl’s head--even Miss Lucille, whom he likes on sight. And neither Bess nor Port Heron will ever be the same.
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