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  • ISBN: 0345464753
  • Physical Description: xii, 226 p. ; 21 cm.
    print
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : One World/Ballantine Books, c2005.
Subject: Women cooks Fiction
Haunted houses Fiction
African American women Fiction
Inheritance and succession Fiction
Bed and breakfast accommodations Fiction
Genre: Ghost stories.
Psychological fiction.

  • Baker & Taylor
    In the sequel to Dancing on the Edge of the Roof, Juanita Lewis once again heads down the road for a new series of adventures when an eccentric friend leaves her a B&B, along with its resident ghost. Reader's Guide included. Original. 15,000 first printing.
  • Random House, Inc.
    What are you supposed to do with a restored spirit? Eventually, I got some answers. I just didn&;t expect to get so many.

    When Juanita Lewis arrived in Paper Moon, Montana, courtesy of a Greyhound bus, she was just looking for a brief respite. Instead, she found a home, friends, and a man to love. But this leave-your-attitude-by-the-door woman made a promise to herself&;one that she intends to keep. Now that she&;s got a place to come back to, Juanita wants to see the world.

    A trip out West with her eccentric trucker friend, Peaches, leads to a cooking stint at a new age spa for skinny celebrities. Crazy, but its here that Juanita decides to take her talent for cooking to a new level . . . and make it her dream. She also learns something about life: It does turn out the way you planned it&;just be ready to change the plan a few times along the way.

    Just as Juanita&;s journey begins, she&;s called back to Paper Moon, having inherited an old, slightly haunted B&B, as well as a mountain of decisions. There&;s her self-centered, irresponsible daughter, insisting that she get some sense and come back home to Columbus, and a son who&;s doing things Juanita can&;t bear to think about. So how does a middle-aged black woman from the projects follow her heart when it&;s heading in so many different directions? By asking the right questions, then listening with her soul.
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