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Deborah Smith

USA flag (b.1955)

aka Leigh Bridger, Jackie Leigh, Jacquelyn Lennox

Deborah Smith is the New York Times bestselling author of A Place to Call Home, and the No. 1 Kindle Bestseller The Crossroads Cafe, A Gentle Rain and other acclaimed romantic novels portraying life and love in the modern Appalachian South. A native Georgian, Deborah is a former newspaper editor who turned to novel-writing with great success.

Genres: Romance, Paranormal Romance
Deborah Smith recommends
Evermore (1993)
Modean Moon
" of the most innovative and endearing stories I've ever read."
In the Midnight Rain (2000)
Ruth Wind (Barbara Samuel)
"A magnificent story as warm and rich as a Southern night."
The Other Woman (2001)
Patricia Kay
"If you love LaVyrle Spencer, you'll love Patricia Kay."
I Think I Love You (2002)
Stephanie Bond
"The new queen of romantic comedy."
Losing the Moon (2004)
Patti Callahan Henry
"Henry joins the ranks of Anne Rivers Siddons and Pat Conroy with this debut novel..."
The Color of Light (2005)
Karen White
"A story as rich as a coastal summer... dark secrets, heartache, a magnificent South Carolina setting, and a great love story."
Sunrise (2008)
Jacquelyn Cook
"Jacquelyn Cook tells warm & wonderful stories."
The Vampire's Revenge (2009)
(Savannah Vampire, book 5)
Raven Hart
"Fans of the early Anita Blake books will love this series."
The Tables of Joy (2010)
Jessica Barksdale Inclán
"An exquisitely poignant look at the heart of a troubled family."
Down by the River (2014)
(Smoky Mountain, book 6)
Lin Stepp
"A charming portrait of the smokies, their people, and a wonderful way of life."

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