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Anyone seeking a sweet old fashioned contemporary regional romance will enjoy Only You.
Nobody including Josie expected her to become involved with handyman Cole Craig, son of one of the founding family. He was her childhood protector and had a crush on her before she left town. He fixes a busted pipe at her home that flooded her kitchen. Despite the townsfolk disapproval of the professional librarian and the handyman dating with the help of matchmaking Dixie Ferguson, owner of Ferguson's Diner and the opposition of high society who threatens Josie's employment if she fails to break up with Cole, Josie does what she thinks is right for her.
Anyone seeking a sweet old fashioned contemporary regional romance will enjoy Only You. There are two stars who find something special in their relationship while the townsfolk mostly stand in their way. Cole is an interesting silent hero (think of a modern day Gary Cooper) who takes the handyman jobs he does because he likes fixing things and that trait proves handy in winning Josie. This is a sweet tale of love could not care less what color collar you wear.
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Posted January 5, 2013
Never fails. Harriet klausner just has to ruin a book. Bet she stands at the theatre door and reveals the movie endings too! Bn, delete this poster, please? So sick of her ruining books.
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Posted January 12, 2013