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by Roz Denny Fox

Genre: Series

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While healing from a difficult divorce, weaver Laurel Ashline moves to the Kentucky cottage she inherits from her grandmother and begins to gather the weaving patterns handed down through generations of mountain women. Working a loom and shuttle may be just the therapy Alan Ridge's daughter, Louemma, needs to strengthen her arms after being injured in a car accident that also killed her mother. Laurel's success with Louemma brings her closer to the child's father, but can she fall for the owner of the Ridge
distillery after suffering through her ex-husband's alcoholism? Roz Denny
Fox brings the warmth and beauty of
the mountains to her family-centered romance. Information about Laurel's weavings adds interesting details to Daddy's Little Matchmaker (4).

Reviewed By: Christine Merrill

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: August 2004

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