Home to Walnut Ridge by Diane Moody audiobook

Home to Walnut Ridge

By Diane Moody
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It seems everyone needs a second chance. Tracey Collins just left Washington DC after her dream job became a personal nightmare. Back home in Jacobs Mill, Tennessee, she quickly realizes she's not the only one needing a fresh start. Her sister Alex is in the midst of a career change, finding new inspiration restoring furniture. Their father, a former pastor who's had his own share of disillusionment, now mentors a strange bunch of misfit bikers who do odd jobs around town as ministry. Among them, an intriguing former attorney named Noah, still running from a painful past, catches Tracey's eye. Secrets are uncovered and hearts are restored in Jacobs Mill as they all work together to rennovate an old smokehouse into a new shop called Second Chances.

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It seems everyone needs a second chance. Tracey Collins just left Washington DC after her dream job became a personal nightmare. Back home in Jacobs Mill, Tennessee, she quickly realizes she's not the only one needing a fresh start. Her sister Alex is in the midst of a career change, finding new inspiration restoring furniture. Their father, a former pastor who's had his own share of disillusionment, now mentors a strange bunch of misfit bikers who do odd jobs around town as ministry. Among them, an intriguing former attorney named Noah, still running from a painful past, catches Tracey's eye.

Secrets are uncovered and hearts are restored in Jacobs Mill as they all work together to rennovate an old smokehouse into a new shop called Second Chances.

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Author Bio: Diane Moody

Author Bio: Diane Moody

Diane Moody was born in Fort Worth, Texas, and later moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma where she eventually graduated from Memorial High School, and later received a Bachelor of Science in Sociology degree from Oklahoma State University.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Literary
Runtime: 5.77
Audience: Adult
Language: English