Blue Willow by Deborah SmithBlue Willow by Deborah Smith

Blue Willow

byDeborah Smith

Mass Market Paperback | January 4, 1993

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Back in the small town of her childhood, Lily MacKenzie rekindles old flames with Artemas Colebrook, a boyhood friend and a family enemy.
Deborah Smith was a newspaper editor before she became an award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of contemporary romances, including the books A Place to Call Home and Blue Willow. She has published more than 30 novels over the course of her career and is now focusing on writing fiction with romantic elements.
Title:Blue WillowFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:544 pages, 6.9 × 4.12 × 1.19 inPublished:January 4, 1993Publisher:Random House Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0553296906

ISBN - 13:9780553296907

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent book I think this is a great book and I enjoyed it very much!! After I read this book, I pursued a lot of Deborah Smith's books, a pity that many of her books are out of print, if they weren't, I believe I would have many of her books on my shelf now!!
Date published: 2001-01-03

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A moving journey into the heart and soul of enduring love from the acclaimed author of Miracle and The Beloved Woman. The stories of two families--the MacKenzies and the Colebrooks--are intertwined in this ambitious novel set on the once grand Blue Willow Estate in the lush hills of Georgia. "A complex and emotionally wrenching tale that sweeps . . . through the gamut of human emotions".--Romantic Times. Original

Editorial Reviews

“Smith knows how to generate genuine emotion.”Publishers Weekly
“Smith [is] a remarkably talented prolific storyteller who creates unforgettable characters.”Booklist
“A moving journey into the heart and soul of enduring love.”—Julie Garwood