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The Crossroads Cafe


The Crossroads Cafe

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    Deborah Smith
New York Times bestselling author Deborah Smith (A Place To Call Home, Sweet Hush) returns with another big, sentimental, sophisticated, romantic women's fiction novel set in Smith's beloved Appalachian Mountains of the modern South. Cathyrn Deen has it all -- extraordinary beauty, wealth and privilege. A former southern beauty queen turned mega-successful actress, she has happily led a fairytale life. When a fiery car accident on a California highway leaves her horribly scarred, she secludes herself at the wild mountain farm she inherited from her bohemian grandmother, high in the mountains of western North Carolina. Though determined to spend her life hiding from paparrazzi and curiosity seekers, Cathyrn is drawn into the warm, supportive local community via her indefatigably loyal cousin, Delta Whittlespoon, famed owner and head chef at The Crossroads Cafe, a legendary mountain diner. Delta draws Cathyrn out of the shadows with the help of another area recluse, transplanted New York architect Thomas Mitternich, who is struggling with his own demons. Thomas still hasn't come to terms with the deaths of his wife and son in the World Trade Center on 9-11. Together, Cathyrn and Thomas slowly begin to forge an amazing life together.  
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  • PDF | 395 pages
  • Deborah Smith
  • BelleBooks
  • Unknown
  • 4
  • Literature Fiction
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