5 Reasons Small Towns are Perfect for Romance


[Note from Frolic: This post is brought to you by our friends at Kensington. Looking for your next great small town read? Look no further than Sweet Talking Rancher by Kate Pearce!]

Small towns. Even if you’ve never been to one, you’ve definitely seen one in a Hallmark movie at some point or another! It’s easy to fall in love with a small town, even if you don’t think it’s possible. Whether you live in a small town and love it, or dream about the quiet life from your snazzy NYC apartment, you’re going to love Kate Pearce’s latest, Sweet Talking Rancher. This book has a little of everything: a second chance romance, a small town, adorable animals, and a mystery to solve. Interested? Grab a copy today! But, if you’re still on the fence, check out these five reasons that small towns are perfect for romance.

1. The History

Everyone knows everyone in a small town, right? With so many friendships and other relationships to untangle, second chances are in the air. If you can’t get enough of two previous lovers finding themselves again, small towns are just for you.

2. The Date Spots

Everyone’s favorite diner? Check. Milkshake bar? Double check. Adorable little cinema that’s perfect for getting some alone time? Triple check. And don’t even get us started on all of the barns. They’re perfect for a roll in the hay. 

3. The Photo Ops

Every small town is full of super cute points of interest. Bring your bae and take a photo in front of the signature donut shop. Or how about on the beach or in front of the harbor? We hear the sunsets are beautiful.

4. The Forced Proximity

Can’t help but bump into your crush when there’s only one grocery store! Small towns allow for plenty of second and third opportunities for meet cutes. Build a relationship, chance encounter by chance encounter.

5. The Events

Finally, the most important aspect of small town life that makes it just right for romance is all of the amazing events that take place there! The town fair? Yes, please. A Christmas tree in the middle of town square? Grab some tinsel! The sense of community in a small town is so incredible, providing tons of opportunities for cute dates and romantic gestures. Meet me on the ferris wheel!

And there you have it: five reasons that small towns are just right for romance. If we convinced you (which, be honest, we totally did), grab your copy of Sweet Talking Rancher by Kate Pearce and head to your favorite small town to read it.

Sweet Talking Rancher by Kate Pearce, out now!

In this sweet and sexy spin-off of New York Times bestselling author Kate Pearce’s beloved Morgan Ranch series, the close-knit folks of Morgantown, California, have long memories—and big hearts to go with them.

Everyone in rancher Danny Miller’s life wants to know how he feels about his teenage flame returning to Morgan Valley. Danny wishes he knew. After the disastrous ending of their relationship, and Faith’s choice to leave town all those years ago, Danny’s rebuilt his life without her. But he’s about to have a very practical reason for needing her in it again—despite the very impractical desire she inspires once he lays eyes on her . . .

Faith McDonald hadn’t planned on returning home, but with her dad retiring, her help is needed at the family veterinary practice. She’s hoping that by now, folks have forgotten what happened between her and Danny—even if the two of them never can. With a mystery infection decimating the Miller cattle, she and Danny soon find themselves on the same side for the first time in forever. There was a lot of trouble in their past, but the good parts never really flamed out, including their intense attraction. And their shared determination to cure the cattle might just lead them to a healing of their own—and a whole new all-grown-up future . . .

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