Finding Home

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Overview

Welcome to Legend, Tennessee.

Nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, the village of Legend boasts of small town pride and southern elegance. Porches are still for sitting and troubles for one family affect the entire community.

A town where four women find ...

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Overview

Welcome to Legend, Tennessee.

Nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, the village of Legend boasts of small town pride and southern elegance. Porches are still for sitting and troubles for one family affect the entire community.

A town where four women find purpose, love, and their futures-in a town intent on preserving its past.

The launch book (revised and reissued) for the Ladies of Legend series, Finding Home shares four stories, written by four authors, about four women ready to start again.

Four authors.
Four women.
One town.
One story.

Lilly Peach is running from something so frightening it takes a whole town to cover her back.

Lovely Midnight Shelby finds Legend after becoming tired of being one of her ex-husband's "beautiful things."

Suzie Schul finds home only when the fling she had months earlier shows up on her doorstep.

Plain Jane Smith reunites with lost love by playing a game of bait-and-switch with her famous twin sister.

Finding Home, the novel, is co-authored by Janet Eaves, Magdalena Scott, Jan Scarbrough and Maddie James.

Welcome to Legend.
www.legendtennessee.com

*Note: Finding Home, the novel, is a compilation of the four currently published eBook novellas, Claiming the Legend by Janet Eaves, Midnight in Legend, TN by Magdalena Scott, The Reunion Game by Jan Scarbrough, and Bed, Breakfast, and You by Maddie James, and may vary slightly from the original versions.

Disclaimer: Legend, Tennessee is a place that lives only in the minds of its authors and the hearts of its readers.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781935817611
  • Publisher: Turquoise Morning Press
  • Publication date: 3/28/2011
  • Pages: 362
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.81 (d)

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  • Posted October 15, 2011

    Homespun and hunky, all at the same time...

    A longer book, to be sure, but worth it if you want to get the whole beginning story of the Legend series in one fell swoop! I loved the separate novellas but also liked what the authors did here, weaving the story into a novel that flows nicely--which is surprising since the authors all write with a different tone and feel. Yet, it works. If you are a fan of the Ladies of Legend books, you'll want to start here and work your way through them all. (note, if you buy this one, skip the four beginning novelas... you have the complete story here!)

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