Daughter of Oklahoma [NOOK Book]

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Annie Fischer's come back to Medicine Creek, Oklahoma, to sell her childhood home. She doesn't plan to spend any more time than necessary in the place where her memories are all sad. Or are they? Suddenly—with the help of Mike Kirkpatrick, Realtor, pastor and father of five—she's uncovering secrets about her family and discovering one very good reason to stay in Medicine Creek.

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Daughter of Oklahoma

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Overview


Annie Fischer's come back to Medicine Creek, Oklahoma, to sell her childhood home. She doesn't plan to spend any more time than necessary in the place where her memories are all sad. Or are they? Suddenly—with the help of Mike Kirkpatrick, Realtor, pastor and father of five—she's uncovering secrets about her family and discovering one very good reason to stay in Medicine Creek.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459243507
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 5/15/2012
  • Series: Hometown U.S.A. Series , #1028
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 288
  • File size: 1,021 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    engaging Sooner romance

    Attorney Annie Fischer has only unhappy memories of Medicine Creek, Oklahoma. The selling of her childhood home is the reason she has left DC to return to the town after a sixteen-year absence. However, she and Home Town Realty realtor Mike Fitzpatrick are pleasantly surprised to see one another as both had a crush on the other back in high school though neither stepped forward. <P>Annie plans to leave town as soon as her business is complete, but she admits that she finds her Mickey still quite attractive though he is the single father of five. Mike feels the same way, but both have been burned in past relationships making anything permanent let alone beyond Annie¿s planned stay seem impossible. <P> Annie and Mike are a likable lead couple and his five children adds depth to the key duet especially the male hero. The story line when it focuses on the romance is quite engaging and somewhat amusing, but often is distracted by an unnecessary subplot. With the entertaining DAUGHTER OF OKLAHOMA and THE MAN FROM OKLAHOMA, Darlene Graham has done more to romanticize the Sooner state (last year¿s NCAA champion football team does not count) since Rogers and Hammerstein. <P>Harriet Klausner

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