Finding Stefanie

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., May 3, 2013 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Everyone around Stefanie Noble is content, but it seems that her “happily ever after” has passed her by. Then two troubled girls and their older brother, Gideon, show up in town and clearly need help. Could they bring the fulfillment that Stefanie has been searching for? Hollywood hotshot Lincoln Cash has made a life playing the role of an action hero, basking in the laurels of his fame, fortune, and adoring fans. But when he's diagnosed with a debilitating disease, he knows that life will soon be over. He only has a small window of time to start a new career, one that will earn him legitimate filmmaker kudos. He soon heads to Phillips, Montana, to put his plan into action. Not everyone is pleased with the movie star's arrival, especially not Stefanie Noble. She's even less enamored when he accuses Gideon of arson and tries to run him out of town. But what Lincoln and Stefanie don't know is that neither the fire nor the other strange things that have happened around town are really accidents. Someone is out to get them . . . but who? And who is the real target?

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User Review  - debs4jc - LibraryThing

Finding Stephanie by Susan May Warren is a light, romantic escape that also uplifted my spirit with its focus on the outcast being made whole through God’s love. Stephanie Noble loves her life with ... Read full review

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Stefanie Noble thought the genetic of rebel had conveniently skipped her. But just when she should be content, her heart starts acting up. All she can think about is how her brothers have found their ... Read full review

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Susan May Warren is a former missionary to Russia and an award-winning writer known for her Christian fiction and romance novels. Happily Ever After, Warren's first book, won the American Fiction Christian Writers Book of the Year award in 2003 and was also a 2003 Christy Award finalist. She has since written 14 novels, several novellas and short stories, and two works of nonfiction. Warren currently lives in Minnesota.

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