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Veterinarian Mandy Sullivan learned early on that risk-takers are trouble. Having custody of her sister's child, she is working hard to be both mother ...
Veterinarian Mandy Sullivan learned early on that risk-takers are trouble. Having custody of her sister's child, she is working hard to be both mother and father to the abandoned girl, and doesn't count on trouble showing up next door.
Mandy discovers she can't avoid the famous cowboy, and she's never quite put him out of her mind. When Mandy's sister comes back threatening to take away the little girl she loves as her own, will Mandy finally realize Judd is not the same man he once was?
Posted October 13, 2013
Oh, how I loved this story (!) about a cowboy (Judd) and a veterinarian (Mandy), who at first appeared to have nothing in common except a rocky past and being neighbors. But being neighbors brought them together often in fun, mutual problem solving, and love. I recognized many of the relationships and family situations in this story as having occurred in my own life. This author's depth of understanding of these relationships and situations and the resolutions to the problems that crop up in families is astounding. I find myself nodding my head as I read her stories, smiling at some of the scenes in the story, and feeling sad with some of the others...but always feeling as if I know the characters myself, intimately. Ms. Scarbrough is a wonderful writer. Now I'm going to read the rest of her Kentucky Reunion series!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 3, 2013
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