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Unforgettable by Deborah Grace Staley


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Also by Deborah Grace Staley:

Simmer, July 2014
Unforgettable, November 2012
I'll Be There, June 2012
Trade Size
Sweeter Than Tea, June 2012
Trade Size
Aphrodite's Garden, March 2012
The Wedding Quilt, September 2011
The Trip, September 2011
What the Heart Wants, August 2010
Trade Size
A Home for Christmas, November 2009
Trade Size (reprint)
Only You, May 2009
Trade Size (reprint)

Deborah Grace Staley

The Fifth Angel Ridge Novel
Bell Bridge Books
November 2012
On Sale: October 29, 2012
Featuring: Frannie Thompson; Patrick Houston
ISBN: 1611942047
EAN: 9781611942040
Kindle: B009YYMQP0
Paperback / e-Book
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Romance Contemporary | Inspirational Romance

On a snowy night in Angel Ridge, two strangers share an unforgettable kiss.

Years later, Frannie Thompson is back in Angel Ridge to start a new life and a non–profit. When she meets with Patrick Houston, the town's mayor, to request a spot on the agenda of the next meeting of the Town Council, she comes face to face with the man she'd kissed on a snowy night years before. A very married man.

Frannie had been a woman reeling from the loss of her sister, Angel Ridge's newspaper editor, Jenny Thompson (I'll Be There). Patrick had been drowning his sorrows to numb the pain of his wife's cancer and more. Kissing Frannie when he wasn't free had been unforgiveable. But now, with his life on track, he's trying to make amends and raise his children as a sober, single parent. But coming face to face with Frannie again, the intense feelings she stirs have him wondering if he could have a second shot at forever.

Getting a non–profit off the ground and overcoming town opposition requires Frannie's full attention. She doesn't need the distraction of a man who wants to earn her forgiveness and trust. Frannie knows she's wrong for him, but despite her effort to remain focused on her business, her body remembers the promise of passion and Patrick.

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4 comments posted.

Re: Unforgettable

Your office sounds great and I love your attitude! Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
(Renee Pajda 12:43pm November 21, 2012)

As a small girl, I watched the movie "The Miracle Worker." I was moved so much, that I took the Autobiography of Helen Keller out of the library and read it. She became an inspiration to me, and I tried to pattern my life after her the best I could. Little did I know that in just a few years, I would suffer an injury that would alter the rest of my life. Just as I was adapting to my "new normal," I had a freak accident almost 3 years ago in a parking lot of a store. I am still trying to recover from these injuries, but with faith, and a lot of determination, I hope that I can deal with it better than I am now. The memory loss is the worst part for me, and also the most embarassing, although on certain days the pain sometimes overtakes it. I can understand where your posting is coming from, and will have to read your books!! Unless a person has been through a trauma, they really don't understand what it's like, and what it's like to celebrate certain milestones. Congratulations!!
Peggy Roberson 8:33pm November 22, 2012)

I love these kind of shows during the Holidays. I see them as inspirational to deal with the bad and the good.
Kai Wong 7:11pm November 23, 2012)

Your scenes in the book remind me of movies I've seen where things don't work out the way you expect, but somehow it doesn't matter in the long run. Since what you end up getting is a version that's better anyways. Meeting up with people is all about timing and the stages you are going through at the moment. At times, it kindof grows on you, the person you become and the person in front of you, that you decide is worthy of friendship and all that goes along with it.
Alyson Widen 8:34pm November 26, 2012)

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