The Lost Daughter of Pigeon Hollow
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The Lost Daughter of Pigeon Hollow

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Willa Addison doesn't believe in fairy tales

She's too busy running her mother's diner and raising her wild teenage sister. She doesn't like to dwell on the dreams she once had, dreams she put on hold. Then Owen Miller walks into her diner and changes her life.

She doesn't know what to think when Owen hands her a letter from her father - a father she thought was dead - reque...more
ebook, Harlequin Superromance #1263, 304 pages
Published January 2012 by Harlequin (first published March 1st 2005)
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Not bad, but her later books are so much better. John Riley's Girl, Truth & Roses, Good Guys Love Dogs, are all much better reads.
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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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