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It's Not Who You're Running From?sitter for his kids, he'd beg her to return and marry him, and they'd all live happily ever after. That was the plan.
Trevor Kincaid. He was everything her old lover was not?adventurous, always up for a challenge and with no qualms about having a fling. As soon as Isabel proved her point, the levelheaded ...
It's Not Who You're Running Fromsitter for his kids, he'd beg her to return and marry him, and they'd all live happily ever after. That was the plan.
Trevor Kincaid. He was everything her old lover was not—adventurous, always up for a challenge and with no qualms about having a fling. As soon as Isabel proved her point, the levelheaded Kansas girl would kiss the dangerous mountain man goodbye and resume her safe and predictable life. Or so she thought.
Posted December 9, 2008
In Augusta, Kansas Isabel Blume believes it is only a matter of time before her boyfriend Roger asks her to marry him. However, her dream is shattered when she catches the wedding bouquet tossed by his cousin only to have Roger¿s two children, eleven years old R.J. and six years old Angie, make it clear that their father has no plans to wed anyone in the foreseeable future. --- Hoping to bring him up to the mark, but also escape her disappointment that she is no more than an unpaid babysitter to him, Isabel travels to Colorado to help her friend Darla run Burch Lodge. There she meets law professor Trevor Kincaid, hosting a wilderness experience for teenage boys. As Isabel and Trevor fall in love, she wonders if she is fickle as she thought Roger was the one. --- The second Heartland Sisters story (see THE LATE BLOOMER¿S BABY) is a warm contemporary romance starring a nice nurturing Isabel who soon has two men chasing after her, which leaves Blume in love and confused. Trevor and Roger are two opposites in many ways yet also share in common a fear of commitment. THE RUNAWAY BRIDESMAID is a fine tale. --- Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.