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Thomas Nelson Sweet Caroline, Lowcountry Romance Series #1

She's the last of six Lowcountry sisters to tie the knot, so when Elle Garvey's quarterback-turned-minister boyfriend Jeremiah pops the question, the family resolves to give them the send off of the century.

But as Jeremiah leaves Elle to plan the wedding and moves ahead to Houston for a large pastorate there, Elle listens for her own call to the ministry-but none seems forthcoming. And with the influx of new residents in coastal Beaufort, South Carolina, Elle's art gallery business has never been more fruitful. She's even begun to successfully show her own paintings-paintings she created after Jeremiah left town.Soon Elle's widowed tenant, Frank, arrives, throwing a real wrench in the works, and offering a new kind of love that soon takes hold.and blossoms.

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A sweet read

Date:January 29, 2012
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Location:Marksville,LA
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It's true Caroline gets another chance at love-but who could blame her that she might not want to take it? It's kinda hard 'cause Mitch- country singer turned repentant man comes back into her life-did leave her hung and dry for his Hollywood dreams. But Caroline starts trusting him-a little bit. And old love turned new sparks into both hearts. But then Caroline has a chance of a lifetime to fulfill her dreams and leave her problems behind. What will be her decision? Well, what happens is-oops. Gotta go. Guess you'll have to read the book yourself. :)
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