Blessings of Mossy Creek (Mossy Creek Hometown Series #4)

Blessings of Mossy Creek (Mossy Creek Hometown Series #4)


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Blessings of Mossy Creek (Mossy Creek Hometown Series #4) by Sandra Chastain, Deborah Smith, Virginia Ellis

The good-hearted citizens of Mossy Creek, Georgia are in a mood to count their blessings. Maybe it's the influence of the new minister in town, who keeps his sense of humor while battling a stern church treasurer. Maybe it's the afterglow of Josie McClure's incredibly romantic wedding to the local "Bigfoot." Or maybe it's the new baby in Hank and Casey Blackshear's home. As autumn gilds the mountains, town gossip columnist Katie Bell, has persuaded Creekites to confess their joys, trouble, and gratitudes. As always, that includes a heapin' helping of laughter, wisdom and good-old-fashioned scandal.

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ISBN-13: 9780967303550
Publisher: BelleBooks, Incorporated
Publication date: 06/28/2004
Series: Mossy Creek Series , #4
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 1,047,103
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.00(d)

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4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It is a blessing to live in Mossy Creek located hours North of Atlanta, where everyone who lives there wants to stay there. Neighbors help friends and arguments are usually settled amicably. Outsiders who move there are warmly welcomed as long as they treat others, as they want to be treated.................................. When the bride has no flowers for her wedding day, the groom tries to find them but it is the people of Mossy Creek who work together to fill up the church with roses and one woman donates her prize winning rose instead of entering them in the local competition. The owner of a ballet school and the owner of the funeral home are feuding and disturbing the newly bereaved. Tango lessons temporarily solve the problem and friendship finds a solution.............................. Even the children in Mossy Creek are kind hearted. John Wesley has been saving up all summer to buy his mother a birthday present but when a homeless hungry family of migrant workers passes through town, he gives them his money for gasoline and food. On an amusing note, the town bands together to save a tree from being torn down while Amos the chief of police tries to get Ida the mayor to admit she has feelings for him........................... There are many more blessings in Katie Bell¿s column in the Mossy Creek Gazette; they are all tender, worn-hearted and uplifting as the ones in this review. Mossy Creek combines the atmosphere of an Anne River Seddons¿ novel with the magic of a Barbara Samuels¿ character study. The latest trip is worth the journey..................... Harriet Klausner
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"I love you to." She says back to him sitting up
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BernieMcCarthy More than 1 year ago
The Mossy Creek series is just about the most exceptional and inspirational series I have ever encountered! I love them all! I even look for other books like them so I can continue that warm feeling I remember growing up that these books reflect...I cannot recommend them more...truly wonderful books!
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