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First Time Home by Dixie Browning
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Reeling from the scandalous ruin of her career and love life, Laurel Ann Lawless escaped to North Carolina, her hopes pinned on land she inherited. But the property was worthless. So she turned to relatives she'd never met…and discovered family.

Laurel nurtured her new life, not to mention an intense attraction to her landlord, Cody Morningstar. The handsome single father was far from welcoming until she struck up a friendship with his adorable five-year-old daughter. As they spent time together, Laurel felt a strong sense of belonging — not to mention an undeniable love for Cody. But Laurel's New York past haunted her, and she had to trust Cody with the truth — that she would fight her demons and show him that in his arms she had found a home at last.
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