Sadie-In-Waiting

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Steeple Hill, Apr 1, 2007 - Fiction - 251 pages
7 Reviews
Wileyville, Kentucky, needs a graveyard superintendent. Accepting the mayor's proposition, Sadie adds "'Fraidy Sadie the Cemetery Lady" to the other roles that sometimes seem unreal to her--former Dogwood Blossom Queen, pharmacist's wife, mother of two teenagers, daughter of a man who fancies himself King Solomon--or King Lear? But her daddy's antics and a journey with her sisters into the past bring Sadie a stunning revelation, and an understanding of what she's been waiting "for."

  

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User Review  - judyg54 - LibraryThing

This was a lighthearted story that dealt with a difficult issue, set in the small town of Wileyville, Kentucky. There are 3 sisters involved in this story and their "quirkie" father who no one can ... Read full review

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User Review  - Cindy - Goodreads

If you think of everyone you meet as an uncertain, hurting individual, most of the time you'll be right. AND Stop waiting for your life to be perfect to do or ask for what you want. I know I have ... Read full review

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Contents

Dedication Page
6
Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
16
Chapter Three
32
Chapter Four
44
Chapter Five
53
Chapter Six
71
Chapter Seven
83
Chapter Twelve
141
Chapter Thirteen
153
Chapter Fourteen
164
Chapter Fifteen
178
Chapter Sixteen
191
Chapter Seventeen
203
Chapter Eighteen
213
Chapter Nineteen
221

Chapter Eight
90
Chapter Nine
99
Chapter Ten
113
Chapter Eleven
126
Chapter Twenty
234
Chapter TwentyOne
243
Copyright Page
252
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About the author (2007)

Award winning author, Annie Jones, has always been a romantic who used to read Bride magazine when all her friends were stuck on Tiger Beat. From the moment she finished reading her first romance novel she knew that she wanted to write stories like that. She has been doing so for 15 years now and each new couple she creates still renews her faith in happily ever after.

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