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Coming Home to the Cattleman

by Judy Christenberry

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I've read this author before, so I kept looking for the redeeming quality in this book�all the way until the end. Prodigal daughter, kept away from Dad by her bitter mother, returns to the ranch after her mother'd death. Dad has hired a dashing ranch hand. Daughter returns to the ranch with open arms, and the hired ranch hand comes around to accepting her, no questions asked, and asking her to marry him. And, oh by the way, the daughter just tosses off a remark to Dad that the housekeeper has been in love with him for twenty-six years, so he marries her. But the housekeeper is now 43 and after marriage - surprise! She's pregnant. Do the math - I guess she was hired to be the housekeeper and raise the baby before Mom took off with her when she was 17? ( )
  nancynova | Mar 18, 2014 |
In Christenberry’s romance novel, Jenny has memories of her father but now is determined to find him. But Jason Welborn, her father’s business partner, stands in her way. Jason is convinced that Jenny just wants what she can get her hands on before heading back to the city. Determined to win him over, Jenny stands her ground until she finally starts making headway with him. But can he trust that she’ll stay or will she be here today and gone tomorrow?

A solid contribution to the Cowboy at Heart series. ( )
  debbieaheaton | Aug 25, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373175116, Mass Market Paperback)

Jenny has distant, happy memories of her long-lost dad, and has finally gained the confidence to find him. Only one man stands in her way: the aloof and brooding Jason Welborn—her dad's business partner. And it's clear he's not happy she's come home.…

Jason's convinced this city girl has only come to claim her share in the business, and then hotfoot it back to the Big Apple. But Jenny seems determined to win him over, and the more he tries to push her away, the more feisty Jenny's response becomes. Slowly but surely she's starting to get under Jason's skin.…

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:07:37 -0400)

Jenny has distant, happy memories of her long-lost dad, and has finally gained the confidence to find him. Only one man stands in her way: the aloof and brooding Jason Welborn?her dad's business partner. And it's clear he's not happy she's come home.? Jason's convinced this city girl has only come to claim her share in the business, and then hotfoot it back to the Big Apple. But Jenny seems determined to win him over, and the more he tries to push her away, the more feisty Jenny's response becomes. Slowly but surely she's starting to get under Jason's skin.?… (more)

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