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Ozark Reunion

4.6 of 5 stars 4.60  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  4 reviews
COMING HOME IS BITTERSWEET FOR RILEY BLAKE

In the aftermath of the Great Depression, it's time for Riley to start over. And the first step is winning the trust of his Missouri hometown. But it isn't easy for a man with a troubled past. Especially when his first love, Jolene Delaney, seems to believe that the new rumors about him are true.

After Riley broke her heart, Jolen...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published June 3rd 2014 by Love Inspired (first published January 1st 2014)
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June
Sep 02, 2014 June rated it 4 of 5 stars
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A very enjoyable Depression Era story. Jolene the school teacher has been taking care of her dad and sister since her mom died. She has also been in love with Riley Blake for much longer. When Riley returns for the holidays she tries to stay away from him but finds that though he's not a Christian, she is still in love with him. He keeps showing up places that aren't good though and she keeps pushing him away. Riley thinks she's pushy and preachy. He wonders how God could allow his brother to di...more
Jan Drexler
A sweet story of second chances! Riley blew it once with Jolene, but after a stint working with the WPA he's back in town. I love how the two characters work past their former feelings for each other - along with the accompanying hurt - and start fresh.
Phyllis Wheeler
I liked this book a lot. Of course, it's a romance, so the plot is predictable, but it had unpredictable factors and a good story framework. You'll enjoy it!
Glenda Parker
I don't usually like books on the depression but this one was uplifting and funny. I loved it.
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Helen Brown grew up in a small Missouri town and changed colors when she married her pastor and became Helen Gray. They have three grown children, a daughter and two sons. Now retired, with the children grown and gone from the nest, she and her supportive husband still live in their native Missouri Ozarks. He likes to roam the woods, hunt and fish. She enjoys gospel, sacred, and concert band music...more
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