The Crossroads Café

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BelleBooks, 2006 - Fiction - 378 pages
22 Reviews
A badly burned celebrity wanting anonymity and an architect who's drowning to vodka after losing his family in the 9/11 attacks seek solitude in the North Carolina Smokies but instead find love.

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User Review  - julko - LibraryThing

An unoffensive book about love conquering all and how returning to your roots and embracing family will heal all. I found the writing very flat and the characters not very engaging. Read full review

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User Review  - SunnySD - LibraryThing

Movie star Cathryn Deen has a storybook life - until a freak accident brings it all crashing to the ground. Scarred, emotionally devastated and deathly afraid of fire, she retreats into her Beverly ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Deborah Smith is the NYT bestselling author of A Place To Call Home, Sweet Hush, and others. Modern romance/women's fiction with southern settings. Reviewers compare to Anne Rivers Siddon, Fanny Flag, Pat Conroy and other notable southern authors.

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