A Dream to Share

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Steeple Hill, 2008 - Fiction - 247 pages
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Businessman Dies Of Boredom In One-Stoplight Town

Not even that headline--however true--would save the Oak Hill Gazette. Mark Campbell had been sent to the tiny Missouri town with one goal: to convince Abby Warner to sell her family's financially troubled newspaper to his conglomerate. Then he'd head back to the city and never look back. But it turned out there was much more to Oak Hill than jaywalking chickens and one-hundred-year-old residents. There was beautiful, gutsy Abby. And the way he'd come to feel about her was front-page worthy.

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
24
Section 3
33
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Irene Hannon, the author of 25+ novels, has been honored with the RITA Award from Romance Writers of America and the Reviewer's Choice Award from Romantic Times magazine.nbsp;A former Fortune 500 communications executive, she now devotes full time to writing. Her emotionally gripping books feature hope-filled endings that highlight the tremendous power of love and faith to transform lives. Visit www.irenehannon.com to learn more.

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