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A BEAUTIFUL FALL
by Chris Coppernoll

Genre: Inspirational, Contemporary Romance

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Coppernoll delivers an intriguing novel with big-city dreams and a small-town feel. The characters are a great draw. Not only are they interesting and down to earth, their stories will captivate you through the final page. Readers will enjoy a contemporary look at how God answers longstanding prayers and can work the miraculous, no matter what season of life you are in.

High-powered Boston attorney Emma Madison just won a monumental case against a major insurance company. A few minutes later, she receives a devastating call that has her rushing to her dad's side in Juneberry, S.C. As Emma seeks to take care of her father, she also knows that she must make amends with the friends she left behind more than a decade ago, including her old flame, Michael.

When Emma suddenly runs into him, she's quick to apologize for her actions. As they rebuild their friendship, Emma and Michael realize that their old feelings haven't completely died. What will she do when she's asked choose between her career in Boston and her happiness in South Carolina? (DAVID C. COOK, Oct., 304 pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Jennifer Reyes

Publisher: David C. Cook

Published: October 2008

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