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Daughter of Oklahoma

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Annie Fischer's come back to Medicine Creek, Oklahoma, to sell her childhood home. She doesn't plan to spend any more time than necessary in the place where her memories are all sad. Or are they? Suddenly - with the help of Mike Kirkpatrick, Realtor, pastor and father of five - she's uncovering secrets about her family and discovering one very good reason to stay in Medici ...more
ebook, Superromance #1028, Hometown U.S.A #5, 288 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by Harlequin Superromance (first published December 1st 2001)
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Woman returns home to town she couldn't have left quick enough years before to sell family home. Her Realtor is her high school crush, only now he's a separated dad with five kids, and the local pastor to boot.
There's the woman who's been supporting him in hopes of marriage.
There's the creepy rancher and a conglomerate that both want the property.
And an old lady who know sa lot of the secrets.
Needless to say, the flame still burns.
The pastor wakes up and realizes he's become too dependent on h
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Darlene Graham, who won the Oklahoma Writers' Federation prestigious Teepee Award for Best Fiction Book of 1999, says that having witnessed birth, death and "everything in between" helps her put realistic emotions into her novels. Graham practiced as a registered nurse in Labor and Delivery and then Oncology for 20 years before she decided to translate all that real-life drama into romantic suspen ...more
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