Moon Over Taylor's Ridge

Moon Over Taylor's Ridge

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by Janie Dempsey Watts
     
 
Avie Williams Cole has a mission: take a quick trip to Georgia to settle her father's estate. Too busy to go, her attorney husband,
Michael, sends her off with their asthmatic son, Joseph, to keep her company.
In tiny Taylor's Crossing, Avie settles in but is soon thrown off course by overbearing and meddling family members and her son's fascination with a

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Avie Williams Cole has a mission: take a quick trip to Georgia to settle her father's estate. Too busy to go, her attorney husband,
Michael, sends her off with their asthmatic son, Joseph, to keep her company.
In tiny Taylor's Crossing, Avie settles in but is soon thrown off course by overbearing and meddling family members and her son's fascination with a legendary Cherokee Silver mine. Their search for the silver mine leads her up to Taylor's Ridge and to a new friend, Will. As her stay lengthens, her life begins to unravel even as she begins to blossom and make new friends. For the first time in her life, she must learn to stand on her own and find her way. Will she stay with her husband, or choose a new love? And how can she hold on to the red land she cherishes?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780984805082
Publisher:
Mountain Girl Press
Publication date:
08/09/2012
Pages:
258
Sales rank:
554,634
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.58(d)

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Moon Over Taylor's Ridge 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm not ready for it to end, darn it! I'm so invested in the characters, the story and the setting, I'm bereft now that that I've turned the last page. Janie Dempsey Watts has created a lovely suspenseful drama full of humor and local color. The folks of Taylor's Ridge just pop off the page, especially Avie, Xylie, and Jolene. The side story of Avie's crumbling marriage is handled with amazing sensitivity. This is a book I will think about for a long time. Loved it!