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John Riley's Girl

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You're invited to a reunion! Are you brave enough to attend?

When Olivia Ashford first receives the invitation to her high school reunion, she dismisses it. After all, she'd left Summerville - and John Riley - and never looked back. But her life now seems incomplete, and she begins to wonder if she's ever really moved on.

In order to lay some ghosts to rest, Olivia goes home
ebook, Harlequin Superromance #1198, 304 pages
Published February 2012 by Harlequin (first published April 1st 2004)
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LOVED this book!!!!

This is the first book after reading it, that
I felt the need to immediately share my thoughts on this book with others. It touches all aspects of your emotions. It will make you laugh, cry, get mad, etc.... The characters will draw you in and are very easy to relate too!! Like I said if your a romantic at heart and feel love conquers all you'll LOVE this one!!
Jill Twigg
I thought that this was probably one of the best books I've read in a long time. The depth of emotions had me right there with them. Olivia's well kept secret had her dealing with childhood drama which led her to leaving town unannounced. Her high school boyfriend included. Then when she turns up 15 years later for their high school reunion, old feelings did not show up. At first. However, there were a lot of emotions until the secret came out.
The storytelling was wonderful. The descriptive wor
Ann Miller
I'm a big fan of Inglath Cooper's writing. This was not my favorite title of hers, but I enjoyed it. I suspect Harlequin made her jump through a lot of writing hoops. Any writer shines more when he/she is given free reign. 3.5 stars
Olivia Ashford had always been John Riley’s girl. The perfect pair, destined to be together and raise a family; everyone knew it. But Olivia left and never looked back. John moved on, got married and started a family with someone else. Fifteen years later, Olivia shows up in his front yard for their class reunion. She wants to let go of the past, John doesn’t want her there. Olivia needs to come to terms with her past to heal old wounds. John can’t see that because he doesn’t know the truth and ...more
Cheri Loden
This was an awesome book.? I literally couldn't put it down.
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Virginia author Inglath Cooper fell in love with reading as a little girl, devouring most of the books in her elementary school library. At some point, she decided she wanted to pursue a writing career, creating romance fiction that did for others what her favorite books have done for her. “I love character-driven books that leave me feeling as if I’ve really known these people and make me wish I ...more
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