Smitten Pb Paperback
by Colleen Coble; Denise Hunter; Diann Hunt; Kristin Billerbeck;
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Welcome to Smitten, Vermont.
With the help of four friends, it’s about to become the most romantic town in America.
The proposed closing of the lumber mill comes as unwelcome news for the citizens of Smitten. How will the town survive without its main employer? A close-knit group of women think they’ve got just the plan to save Smitten. They’ll capitalize on its name and turn it into a tourist destination for lovers—complete with sweet shops, a high-end spa, romantic music on the square, and cabins outfitted with fireplaces and hot tubs.
But is this manly town ready for an influx of romantically-minded guests?
Country music sensation Sawyer Smitten, the town’s hometown hero, wants to help by holding his own wedding there on Valentine’s Day. And little Mia’s lavender wreaths hang all over town as a reminder that faith can work miracles. Along the way, four women spearheading the town’s transformation—energetic Natalie, sophisticated Julia, graceful Shelby, and athletic Reese—get in the spirit by reviving their own love lives.
Join best-selling inspirational romance authors (and real-life BFFs) Colleen Coble, Kristin Billerbeck, Diann Hunt, and Denise Hunter for an inspiring stay at the (soon-to-be) most romantic town on the eastern seaboard.
One visit . . . and you’ll be smitten too.
Smitten Pb by Colleen Coble; Denise Hunter; Diann Hunt; Kristin Billerbeck was published by Thomas Nelson in December 2011 and is our 17637th best seller. The ISBN for Smitten Pb is 9781401684945.
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|Page last updated||15th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Colleen Coble; Denise Hunter; Diann Hunt; Kristin Billerbeck|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (December 2011)|
|Number of Pages||432|