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Love Finds You in Miracle, Kentucky (Love Finds You)

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Love Finds You

Anything can happen when you live in a place called Miracle. Meg Jorgenson wants a fresh start, miles away from the city and a failed relationship. She takes a teaching position in the tiny town of Miracle, Kentucky, and vows to steer clear of smooth-talking men. Before long, Meg is smitten, but it's eight-year-old Cammy Bayer who wins her heart. The young gi
Published May 2013 by Harlequin (first published 2008)
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I've heard, from the woman who loaned this book to me, that it's part of a series of Christian romances, each with a different town as the backdrop. My older daughter got it off my desk before I could read it. I was a little concerned at first, but now that I've read it, I believe it's safe for teenagers to read. No worries.

Meg Jorgenson, a young twenty-something teacher gets fed up with her loser live-in boyfriend and her frustrating job in Chicago. Her grandmother, Loretta, offers a place to s
Amanda Caldwell
Love Finds You in Miracle, Kentucky is one of the many books (50+) in the Love Finds You series. Love Finds You is a Christian Romance series where each book features a different character, in a different time, and place. Mostly they are women moving to a small town with a quirky name, the women are almost always starting over in a small town where they know nobody and then they end up falling in love. That was the case with LFY in Miracle, Kentucky. Actually, that's the case with most Christian ...more
Nice, light-hearted story. Enjoyable read.
Saw this book on a Goodreads suggestion list for me and decided to read it based strictly on it being based in a town called Miracle, Kentucky. Yes, Miracle is a real town in Kentucky, tho its pronounced "Merkel". Its a good, enjoyable Christian book ... with prayer and a Womens Weekly Bible Study so casually written it, they're a natural fit for the book. Meg moves to Miracle, Ky to start her life and teaching career over after a long series of moves with her divored mother and a failed relatio ...more
Paula  Phillips
From the very first Love Finds You book I read , I fell instantly in love with the series as it does do as the series suggests Love does find you wherever you are when you read the books , if not romantic love then it's the love of the characters , the love of finding a series that you really enjoy and don't want to put down , a love of finding a new author to explore or a love of reuniting you with a favourite author or simply a love of the book that when you read it - you go wow and you feel r ...more
At first I wasn't really getting into this book. It is about a young woman who suddenly leaves her home in Chicago after living with a man who is unfaithful. She goes to Kentucky where her grandmother, father, and half-siblings live. It was nothing like the life she had, but it was growing on her, and God was grabbing at her life too. She meets a man named Vance and his handicapped daughter Cammy and starts to really enjoy being around them. This story doesn't really shine too much light on how ...more
A very sweet story. A nice change from murder and mystery
Andrea Boeshaar is a new to me author and I really enjoyed this LFY novel. The story revolves around Meg who finds her life in Chicago is a muddle both career wise and romantically. A new teaching position in Miracle Kentucky and a chance to live with her grandmother is the beginning of a second chance at life. The other characters in the story each also get second chances in different areas of their lives. The author did a wonderful job of connecting the characters as well as their second chanc ...more
This is another one that my mom gave to me. I liked this one a little better than the last one. A young woman moves in with her grandmother to get away from an abusive relationship and she starts a new job in the school district. There is a young paralyzed child in her class that she quickly and easily falls in love with. She also finds herself attracted to the young girls father. It was a sweet story with a happy ending. It was easy to read with several easy to like characters.
This was a nice, light read with no big surprises or conflicts. If you are looking for a relaxing, uncomplicated book with a happy ending this might be the one for you. The story was told from 4 different perspectives at times (Meg's, Cammy's, Vance's and the grandma's)which was a little annoying to me but it didn't keep me from finishing.
As a fan of the Steeple Hill romance line, you might want to take a look at the Love Finds You series. This line of inspirational romances are each set in a real-life location, and feature a fun and clean romance.
Sweet story - I'm glad I took a chance on this series, as I have enjoyed all the ones I've read so far. It's a great idea to have different authors contribute books based in specific settings.
Loved this book!! It's a light read, very little drama, but it was sweet! Brought out the dreamer in me. :) In this series, you always know what's going to happen, but you can't put it down!
Hillary Cochran
This is the first book I read in the love finds you series. Reading this book has led me to purchase 6 or 7 more books in this series. This book is an easy read and you will not be disappointed.
I didnt like Kent but it def made it more interesting with a jerk in it (so to speak) lol but as for the rest of it, it was very heartwarming........:)
This book was fine, a fast read, but I didn't love it. I think I am done with this series, as I too often seem to be disappointed.
I absolutely loved this book!! Everything was so cute and sweet I read it as a bedtime book and finished proudly in 4 days.
Nice lighthearted read. I enjoyed a lot of the character interactions although the writing style wasn't my favorite.
Oh man did i love this book!
It was so good!
It was sad, and sweet, and romantic, and a little funny.
Stephanie Delfico
Fabulous book! Cute story, and love does find you in Miracle, Kentucky.
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Category: Inspirational Romance
Ok. Started off slow, but got better toward the end.
life can go on after a loved one is lost.
Fun little read, nothing more to it :)
Leah (packfan20)
Really, really cheesy and unrealistic.
Sandy Duke
Pretty predictable, but a nice read.
Teresa Short
The ending was a nice surprise.
Oct 03, 2012 PWRL marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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Andrea Kuhn Boeshaar has been married for more than 30 years. She and her husband, Daniel, have three adult sons, daughters-in-law, and two precious grandchildren. Andrea's educational background includes the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, where she studied in English, and Alverno College where she studied in Professional Communications and Business Management.

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