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Also by Donna Ball:

Flash, May 2015
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Keys to the Castle, January 2011
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Love Letters From Ladybug Farm, October 2010
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At Home On Ladybug Farm, October 2009
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A Year On Ladybug Farm, March 2009
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Gun Shy, August 2007
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Rapid Fire, December 2006
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Smoky Mountain Tracks, March 2006
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Mossy Creek, May 2001
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Sweet Tea And Jesus Shoes, May 2000
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Keys to the Castle
Donna Ball

Some homes change your life. Others change your heart...

Berkley
January 2011
On Sale: January 4, 2011
Featuring: Sara Graves
336 pages
ISBN: 0425239306
EAN: 9780425239308
Kindle: B0049H9AS8
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$14.00
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Romance Chick-Lit | Women's Fiction Contemporary

The author of the Ladybug Farm series delivers an exhilarating new novel of a middle-aged woman who follows her heart to love and happiness.

When a dashing French poet swept forty-something workaholic Sara Graves off her feet, she did something completely unexpected: She married him. Then three weeks later he died, leaving her a house she can’t afford to keep in a country she’s never been to.

Traveling to France to settle the estate, Sara is shocked to discover that her husband wasn’t the impoverished poet he claimed to be— and that the estate he left her is a 400-year-old crumbling castle in the Loire Valley. Now Sara must sell Chateau Rondelais before it (not to mention her late husband’s disarmingly handsome lawyer and best friend) makes her question her decision to leave—and opens her heart to change and all its unexpected possibilities.

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