A Gentle Rain

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BelleBooks, 2007 - Fiction - 372 pages
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Big contemporary southern romance from bestselling women's fiction author Deborah Smith (A PLACE TO CALL HOME, SWEET HUSH, THE CROSSROADS CAFE.) A Connecticut heiress learns she's adopted. Her birth parents are mentally handicapped ranch workers in northern Florida. She gets a job at the ranch under a false name in order to learn more about her parents. To her surprise she falls in love with them, the ranch, and the ranch's handsome owner, a part-Seminole Indian "cracker cowboy" who cares for handicapped ranch hands including his own brother.

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Predictable but Heartwarming

User Review  - traci - Borders

A Gentle Rain is just that – a gentle, heartwarming story. Having lived in Florida most of my life, the author really does a great job of portraying the dichotomy of the state; ‘cracker’ country ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

NYT bestseller Smith is know for romantic women's fiction novels including A Place to Call Home, Sweet Hush, The Crossroads Cafe.

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