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Makin' Miracles

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  17. When Spencer finally goes home for his parents’ anniversary, taking Zola with him, what happens at that family gathering? What did Zola see about Spencer’s family on her visit? Did you like Spencer’s family? What does Spencer learn and realize about Geneva that he didn’t know before? How did this free him and yet make him angry at the same time? What did you think about how Spencer’s family kept truths from him?

  18. Why does Zola go home to Mooréa unexpectedly near the end of the book? What is troubling her that drives her home? How does her father help her? What causes Spencer to follow Zola to Moorea and how does the story end?

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  Dr. Lin Stepp is a native Tennessean, a businesswoman, and an educator. She is on faculty at both Tusculum College and King University, where she teaches psychology and research. Her business background includes more than twenty years in marketing, sales, production art, and regional publishing. But closest to her heart is her beloved series of contemporary novels set in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee. Visit her on the Web at


  Set against the backdrop of Tennessee’s breathtaking Smoky Mountains, Lin Stepp’s Down by the River is a warmhearted novel that proves it’s never too late—or too early—for a fresh start …

  While on a visit to the Smokies, Grace Conley makes a stunning decision: she’s going to walk away from her busy life in Nashville to move to tiny Townsend and open a bed-and-breakfast. There’s a beautiful old inn for sale along the Little River that will do perfectly. Of course, Grace’s family is scandalized. After all, she’s a middle-aged widow! And as a career homemaker, she’s always been available for babysitting, chauffeuring, and generally being the peacemaker among her grown children. Has Grace lost her mind? She begins to wonder the same thing once she finds herself attracted to the local ladies’ man. But the surprises don’t stop there….

  To further complicate her move, Grace’s daughter, Margaret, has grudgingly come to live with her. Remote Townsend is not where she envisions her future. Yet the handsome young minister next door is convinced he and Margaret are meant for each other. As life choices abound, soon both women will discover that the biggest decisions require confidence, a sense of humor—and a deep, abiding faith.


  Something’s in the air this holiday season, and it could be the beginning of a wonderful Christmas romance….

  “Candy Canes and Cupid” by Fern Michaels

  All private investigator Hannah Ray wants for Christmas is a quiet day at her Florida beachfront condo. When her biggest client insists she join him on a Colorado ski trip, she has little choice—but what she finds on her arrival could melt the coldest heart….

  “White Hot Christmas” by Nancy Bush

  Aspiring PI Jane Kelly likes to pretend she’s a bah-humbug kind of girl, but she’s had mistletoe on the brain ever since she shared a kiss with her boss, Dwayne. Before she can hope for a repeat performance, Jane must solve a kidnapping that’s as twisted as a candy cane—and not nearly as sweet.

  “Seven Days of Christmas” by Rosanna Chiofalo

  Five years ago, Bianca Simone received a wonderful early Christmas gift from her boyfriend, Mark—a week amid the stunning Alpine scenery of Innsbruck, Austria. Now she’s back under very different circumstances, but Mark has one more special gift in mind….

  “A Smoky Mountain Gift” by Lin Stepp

  Veda Trent is back in Townsend to fill in as temporary manager of the Crafts Co-op, but she’s not planning to stay. Though the mountain town is small, it holds lots of unsettling memories. Yet the wind can change, bringing with it new opportunities—and the chance to create the kind of Christmas Veda has always longed for.

  KENSINGTON BOOKS are published by

  Kensington Publishing Corp.

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  New York, NY 10018

  Copyright © 2015 by Lin Stepp

  All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means without the prior written consent of the Publisher, excepting brief quotes used in reviews.

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  eISBN-13: 978-1-61773-279-9

  eISBN-10: 1-61773-279-6

  First Kensington Electronic Edition: January 2015

  ISBN: 978-1-6177-3278-2



  Lin Stepp, Makin' Miracles



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