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Nora Roberts' Inn Boonsboro trilogy rounds the corner to a satisfying conclusion with a seductive romance novel about Ryder, the most intractable Montgomery brother. It's true that ladies adore him, but this hard-edged B&B co-owner seemed determine to infuriate or frighten away any female suitors. As Boonsboro Inn manager, Hope Beaumont couldn't avoid him, but that didn't mean that she had to like him. But as time went on, it became undeniable that the friction between them includes a strong element of sexual tension. Like its predecessors, The Perfect Hope manifests Roberts' smooth mastery over a genre that she helps define.