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Guideposts The Start of Something Big - eBook

It's the beginning of summer, and Acorn Hill is buzzing. Alice is heading to the big city with her ANGELS, if only she can find a willing chaperone. Aunt Ethel is busy revamping her home for a visit from her daughter Francine, and when a Do-it-yourself Warehouse opens in nearby Potterston, Jane takes it upon herself to save the local store, Fred's Hardware. In the process, she strikes up a friendship with the manager of the superstore, and struggles between loyalty to her friends and loyalty to her own heart. Could this new relationship be the start of something big?
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Review 1 for The Start of Something Big - eBook
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love the stories

Date:February 11, 2011
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MYEE
Location:FLORIDA
Age:55-65
Gender:female
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I love these stories in each book. lil town living, family of the 3 sisters. I pray they keep going!
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Review 2 for The Start of Something Big - eBook
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Date:March 17, 2009
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Patricia Paulhus
I thought that this book was one of the better Grace Chapel books. The characters were brought more to life then in the other books. I will say on the whole, the series is great
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Review 3 for The Start of Something Big - eBook
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Date:February 28, 2009
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Pegleg
I have enjoyed all the Grace Chapel Inn books, but will have to say, this was not one of my favorites. It just didn't grab me like some of the others. I enjoy reading more about the "guests" at the Inn, which this particular book did not get really in to. It has taken me several days to get this book read as oppose to the others in this series that I have a hard time putting down.
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