...And a Sixpence in Her Shoe

...And a Sixpence in Her Shoe

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Something Old,
Something New,
Something Borrowed,
Something Blue,
And a Silver Sixpence in Her Shoe

Four women in Aspen Grove, Colorado will discover the extra blessing this old tradition brings when a silver sixpence appears to change each of their lives. Find out how each of them finds this special good luck promise of love.

"Something Old" by Lorna Collins
When Lexie Thomas returns to Aspen Grove, Colorado to visit her grandmother, she never expects to find an old wedding gown, and she could never imagine the journey she'll begin. But will it lead to love?

"Something New" by Sherry Derr-Wille
Dana Mathews thinks she's too old for love. That is until Sean Peters becomes her neighbor. Can this old gal learn a few new tricks?

"Something Borrowed" by Cheryl Gardarian
Carrie Roberts borrows her friend's heirloom diamond earrings for a special performance, but when one disappears, she finds herself accused of theft. In the process of clearing her name, can she also find love?

"Something Blue" by Luanna Rugh
When Shannon Delaney inherits her mother's house, she decides to repaint, and she definitely wants something blue for her bedroom. Will her painter turn out to be something more than just another tradesman?

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940157161019
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Publication date: 06/30/2014
Series: Aspen Grove romance anthologies , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 280
File size: 227 KB

About the Author

Lorna Collins did a great deal of technical writing during her career. With her husband, Larry, she wrote "31 Months in Japan: The Building of a Theme Park," "The Memory Keeper," and two cozy mysteries. Her own publications include "Jewel of the Missions: San Juan Capistrano," and "Ghost Writer." She has collaborated on all six of the Aspen Grove romance anthologies. She and Larry live and write in Dana Point, California.

Sherry Derr-Wille entered her Sophomore English Class and her life changed found her life’s passion.Now years later, she is still at it. With over seventy published works to her credit, including all six of the Aspen Grove romance anthologies, she is having more fun than ever. Although she is a wife, mother of three grown children and seven grandchildren, she is first and foremost a writer. Sherry claims Wisconsin as her home and is looking forward writing more of the fun stories she enjoys and spending quality time with her husband of over fifty years, Bob.

Luanna Rugh is a native Californian who met her husband, Leonard, while working at a local restaurant. They had been married about a year when he was drafted to serve in Vietnam. They jointly wrote "Promises Kept: How One Couple’s Love Survived Vietnam," a moving account of Len's serious wounding and recovery. Luanna also wrote "Love From the Sea," a romance novel set in California. She contributed to all six of the Aspen Grove romance anthologies. She lives in Laguna Woods, California with husband, Len. They enjoy traveling and visiting with their daughter and her family whenever possible.

Cheryl Gardarian was raised in Huntington Beach, CA. Her love for writing started early and led to several of her poems being published in the National High School Poetry Anthology. She received a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene at The University of Southern California. A few years later she obtained her Real Estate Broker License and opened her own real estate office. She and her husband, Leo, moved to a small ranch near San Juan Capistrano. For many years she was busy raising their son, Brian, who was active in sports and 4H, and caring for their horses and other barnyard animals. Now, she has returned to her creative side and contributed to three of the Aspen Grove romance anthologies. Cheryl is also the author of "The Cookie Tree," "The unexpected Reunion," and "Escape from Devil's Canyon."

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