The Crossroads Cafe by Deborah Smith

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The world's most beautiful movie star is scarred in a firey car accident. Her career over and her self-esteem in shreds, she hides in the magnificent home her grandmother left her in the mountains of North Carolina. But her motherly cousin refuses to let her become a recluse, and a handsome neighbor with painful dilemmas of his own is lured into the mix. Romance, family life, drama, humor and secrets.

About Deborah Smith

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Deborah Smith is the NYT bestselling author of A Place To Call Home, Sweet Hush, and others. Modern romance/women's fiction with southern settings. Reviewers compare to Anne Rivers Siddon, Fanny Flag, Pat Conroy and other notable southern authors.
Published September 15, 2006 by Bell Bridge Books. 387 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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Two damaged people find love and redemption in bestseller Smith's latest, a heavy-on-the-syrup romance that drafts 9/11 into sentimental service. Cathy Deen is Hollywood's "it girl"

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Her one claim to fame is she is Cathryn .

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