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Here to Stay
     

Here to Stay

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by Catherine Anderson
 

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New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson will touch your emotions with the story of woman who brings out the best in a daredevil cowboy in this Harrigan Family novel.

At twenty-eight, Mandy Pajeck has spent most of her life taking care of others. Since the accident that took her younger brother's sight, Luke's complete reliance on

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Here to Stay 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 129 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
At Bronco Bart's watering hole in Crystal Falls, Oregon, Zach Harrigan surveys the females who all look identical with breast implants and bleached hair as if a virus struck. A ruckus occurs when a cowboy tries to pick up a thin brunette who is with a blind man. The cowboy trips up the blind person. Zach calls the man a moron, so the brute punches him in the face; Zach kicks back. The cops arrest Zach who thinks of a magazine article about training tiny horses though if he decides to do so he will have to do it quietly to avoid ridicule from his older brothers. Two years later, Zach has trained Rosebud the miniature horse to serves as guide for the blind. Twenty-eight year old Mandy Pajeck wants Rosebud to help her nineteen year old blind brother Luke. Zach agrees if Luke and Rosebud come together as a team. Instead Luke is petulant and only his attraction to the teen's sister has kept Zach from pulling the plug. Zach begins to learn the childhood traumas that shape the relationship between the siblings, he knows he loves Mandy, but she has vowed to never marry. Here to Stay is an engaging Harrigan contemporary romance (see Star Bright) starring a former hellion and a woman loaded with phobias from her childhood. The support cast is powerful especially Luke and Rosebud, but also Zach's extended family. A cold case investigation into what happened to the siblings' mom years ago adds tension, but the freshness comes from training guide horses (even with Rosebud pooping in the pharmacy) as Catherine Anderson provides a profound look at training including the link between the steed and the person. This is a special work by a talented author. Harriet Klausner
dah420 More than 1 year ago
Catherine Anderson has done it again! I love Zach and Mandy's story! I found myself staying up late to find out what was going to happen next. I was a little disappointed when it ended kind of fast. I felt that she gave a lot of detail until the end when I was kind of left hanging. But over all a wonderful book and I will read it again!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was very well written. The plot line was great, with mystery and supense, and a beautiful love story. I definietly reccomend it to all of the romantics out there!
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LucyBH More than 1 year ago
It's my first book by Anderson and I enjoyed it very much. The characters sister & blind brother who were abused and a handsome hunk who'd been brought up in loved happy home. Loved the reality of it all and a bit of psychological outlook of dealing with past. Very good read.
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