The Snowbirds by Annie Jones

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Life has been far from easy for Nicolette Dorsey. Poor life choices have taken her down roads she never intended to travel. Still, she has one undeniable blessing -- her daughter, Willa -- and two sometimes blessings: her sisters Collier and Petie. But Nic has to make a decision ... one that she's sure her sisters aren't going to like. Not one little bit.But when Nic and her sisters return to Persuasion, Alabama, for their annual Christmas celebration, Nic's decision isn't the only surprise waiting for them. Their eccentric aunts have rented a room in the family home to the town's returned prodigal son, Sam Moss -- who also happens to be Persuasion's new minister. The one man Nic hoped to never see again. Before the holiday is over, the Dorsey sisters will have their secrets revealed, their motivations uncovered, and their faith ignited!

About Annie Jones

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Award winning author, Annie Jones, has always been a romantic who used to read Bride magazine when all her friends were stuck on Tiger Beat. From the moment she finished reading her first romance novel she knew that she wanted to write stories like that. She has been doing so for 15 years now and each new couple she creates still renews her faith in happily ever after.
Published July 30, 2001 by Multnomah. 336 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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If this portrait of family struggles and a rekindled romance had been a notch or two better, reviewers would observe that, as a novelist, Christian romance writer Jones was like Jane Smiley and Liz Curtis Higgs put together.

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