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Jul 07, 2005
| ISBN 9781440627590
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Jul 07, 2005 | ISBN 9781440627590
From the bestselling author of The Tavern on Maple Street, comes a novel of romance and regret—and the winding paths to love. Johnny Hogan was born and bred on Hollywood movies. He loved the ice-cool matinee idols, the swooning dames, and the possibility that it could all come true. That’s why he opened the ballroom on Magnolia Street. To bring that weekend fantasy to life—for himself, for devoted romantics like his dear grandparents, for the sake of Johnny’s never-forgotten, long-lost lover, and for women like Kate and Shirley Winters, two sisters both looking for fulfill their own passionate fantasies. For everyone in town who still believes in impossible dreams. Come Saturday night, the ballroom on Magnolia Street could be just the place for it all to come true amid the twinkling lights and soft music—a special crossroads for friendships, for family, for people in love.
Sharon Owens was born in Omagh, Northern Ireland, in 1968. She moved to Belfast in 1988 to study illustration at the Belfast School of Art. She married her husband, Dermot, in 1992 and they have one daughter, Alice. Owens is the author… More about Sharon Owens
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