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The Brother Returns (Bishop Brothers #2)

3.71 of 5 stars 3.71  ·  rating details  ·  28 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Can he let the past go…and stake out a future?

Ten years ago Brett Bishop made a bad mistake…and paid the price. Now he's finally come back to the Nevada ranching land he loves. He's not asking forgiveness, only the chance to see his little girl—the child his brother is raising as his own. That's all he wants.

Except that's not all he gets when the new teacher moves to tow
Published February 25th 2014 by Harlequin (first published February 2008)
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4 1/2 Stars! ~ Claire didn't plan on following her sister's career choice, but she honestly discovered she loved teaching. Taking the job in isolated Barlow Ridge, she hoped to gain valuable experience in a rural setting to base her thesis on. She hadn't counted on her attraction to her brother-in-law Brett. Brett's a loner, purposely keeping his distance from his family because of mistakes he's made. Having Claire as a neighbour is a complication in his life that he isn't thrilled with, especia ...more
Well for a "Super Romance" there was not much romance. When I first started the book I thought I missed a chapter because it seem to start in the middle of a scene, weird. Also I thought the book revolved around Claire's students/classroom. There really wasn't much interaction between the H/h, I didn't feel anything between them that made me root for them. I was rooting for Brett and his relationship with Jesse and I was rooting for Claire to concur Ashley, but not to get together.
Sequel to _The Horseman's Secret_. A teacher in a remote Nevada town wants to hook up with her brother-in-law...but he's afraid of such a tenuous connection with the family he's hurt. Well-written. The focus is on the main characters and their life/job problems moreso than romance/sex, even more than typical for a Superromance.
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Jeannie Watt lives off the grid in a historic Nevada ranching community with her husband, two horses, three ponies, a dog and a cat. When she's not writing or teaching science at the local junior high, she enjoys making mosaic mirrors, sewing, and pretending that the house is neat and tidy. She's written thirteen books for Harlequin Superromance.

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