The Price of Fame

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Ideals Publications, Feb 1, 2008 - Fiction - 310 pages
6 Reviews

The winter doldrums are just settling over Acorn Hill when a movie crew comes to scout out locations for an upcoming film. The director wants Grace Chapel to be the setting for a pivotal scene and the town itself is a perfect back drop for the film. While some residents are thrilled about the revenue the shoot will bring, and some want to star in the picture, others are less certain that the disruption will be welcome, and a director with a nefarious reputation doesn`t help. Can the town keep from becoming star-struck long enough to make a wise decision? Meanwhile, Alice and Louise fear losing Jane when she is offered a place on a nationally syndicated cooking show, Louise learns how to handle an overly zealous piano student, and a guest draws all the sisters unexpectedly into a new past time. Soon the Howard sisters along with the rest of Acorn Hill will have to decide if the price of fame is worth paying.

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Review: The Price of Fame (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn #14)

User Review  - Corinne - Goodreads

I just happened to pull this off the shelf in the library. What a delightful story and just a change of pace to read something with Christian undertones without being sappy. The characters were so ... Read full review

Review: The Price of Fame (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn #14)

User Review  - Carla - Goodreads

Not as good as some of the other Grace Chapel Inn books but it was ok. Read full review

About the author (2008)

Carolyne Aarsen lives in Northern Alberta where she was born, raised and married and has raised four children and numerous foster children. Carolyne's writing has been honed between being a stay-at-home mother, housewife, gardener, crafter columnist and business partner with her husband in their cattle farm and logging business. Writing for Love Inspired has given her the chance to combine her love of romance writing with her love for the Lord.

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