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The Bride of Willow Creek

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  • Posted July 14, 2012

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    Can this marriage be saved?.....................................

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    You wouldn't think so. They haven't seen each other in ten years. They no longer like each other. He's been living with another women and has two children and they both really really want a divorce. Poverty forces them to live together until they can get the big D and mother nature takes over from there. Another great Osborne book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 16, 2003

    She captures you instantly!

    As with all of her other books I have read, this is a great example of her work. I can't put her books down when I start them and this was no different. It took a different twist to this story line. I loved it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2001

    Wonderful Western Historical

    Humorous, sensitive, and emotional are but a few terms used to describe this latest read by Ms. Osborne, who seems to have a special knack when it comes to western historicals. <br><br> Angie Bertoli Holland was furious when Sam Holland left her in Chicago, shortly after their elopement ten years ago. When her domineering father refused to accept their marriage, Angie let Sam leave for undisclosed locations in the west. But when Angie finds herself penniless and homeless after her parents¿ deaths, she goes to Willow Creek, Colorado to find Sam and seek a divorce. <br><br> True to romance novel form, both Sam and Angie blame the other for the unfortunate turn of events ten years ago. However, spice is added to the pot when Angie discovers there is no place to stay while awaiting the divorce except with Sam and his two young daughters, Lucy and Daisy. <br><br> Providing complexity to Angie¿s character is her daily struggle with her feelings for Sam as well as loving his endearing children and coming to terms with Laura, their dead mother. And she and Sam are both faced with the ultimate decision of all, whether to repeat their mistakes of ten years ago or swallow their pride and reach for the brass ring. <br><br> The interesting cast of supporting characters, from the neighborly Molly and Can Johnson of Willow Creek to the Govenors, Laura¿s wealthy controlling parents, further enhances this read. Following in the footsteps of SILVER LINING and I DO, I DO, I DO, Ms. Osborne¿s latest is not to be missed.

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