Hatteras Girl (Heart of Carolina Book #3)

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Bethany House, Oct 1, 2010 - Fiction - 320 pages
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There are two things twenty-nine-year-old Jackie Donovan asks God for: an honest, wonderful man to marry, and to own a bed-and-breakfast in the Outer Banks region. In the meantime, Jackie works for Lighthouse Views magazine, writing articles about other local business owners, and intrepidly goes on the blind dates set up by her well-meaning but oh-so-clueless relatives.

There's one specific property Jackie dreams of purchasing: the Bailey Place, a fabulous old home where Jackie spent many happy childhood afternoons, a place that has now fallen into disrepair because of its outrageous price tag. When Jackie meets handsome Davis Erickson, who holds the key to the Bailey Place, Jackie is sure God has answered both her prayers. But as Jackie learns some disturbing details about Davis's past, she begins to question her own motivation. Will she risk her long-held dreams to find out the truth?
 

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User Review  - judyg54 - LibraryThing

You will be delighted with the charming characters in this book set in North Carolina's Outer Banks. Jackie Donovan has two wishes: one is to own the closed down bed-and-breakfast house in her ... Read full review

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User Review  - jnut1 - LibraryThing

I enjoyed this book, I thought it had great potential when I started it but I thought the ending could of been done better. To me it was like we were going day by day in everyone's life and then Poof ... Read full review

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Alice J. Wisler is a public speaker, advocate, fundraiser, and the author of two contemporary novels, How Sweet It Is and Rain Song, a Christy Award finalist. She has been a guest on several radio and TV programs to promote her self-published cookbooks, Slices of Sunlight and Down the Cereal Aisle. She has a Bachelor of Science from Eastern Mennonite University and has traveled the world in jobs that minister to people. Alice and her family live in Durham, North Carolina.

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