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The Return of Caine O'Halloran: Hard Choices (Lost Loves)

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A new hope

Caine O'Halloran had been a hero. A husband. A father. Now he was none of those things. His career as a baseball pitcher—all but over. His marriage to Nora Anderson—history. The son he loved—gone. And now, as he returns to his hometown to regroup, he finds instead that every familiar corner, every familiar face is a reminder of what he has lost.

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Paperback, 480 pages
Published March 26th 2013 by Harlequin (first published May 1994)
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Deborah Darsie
Both books were quite good, touching on the less common theme (in romance stories anyway) of rough beginnings and poor\selfish familial groups. Reminding us that with time and (hopefully) maturity perspectives can change....and it is OK.

The Return of Caine O'Halloran - youth, innocence and tragedy ended their 1st marriage...the Return is an opportunity to reconnect and recover...and discover.

Hard Choices by Allison Leigh -
Was a good story about the impact(s) of a real winner of a mother on the
Emily Higgins
Caine O'Halloran has been put on waivers by his baseball team. He returns home to regroup only to find himself courting his ex-wife. Good story.
Hard Choices: Annie Hess is living a quiet life on an island off the coast of California. Her niece runs away from home to join Annie just before a big storm isolates the island. Annie's former lover shows up to return her niece to her family. Because the storm has isolated them, their departure is delayed, giving time for some old truths to be revealed.
A rough beginning to the story but it turn around towards the end!!
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Debbie Braun Zietak
Both books were great love stories. I really enjoyed them equally.
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