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The High Road Home

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Robbie Tolliver, unmarried and facing forty, has spent half her life doing right by her kin. Now it's her turn to break loose with a solo road trip from Kentucky to Seattle. Her journey stalls in Colorado when she meets an enigmatic rancher, to-die-for in his faded Wranglers, but passion ignites only when they face danger together. When Robbie learns the secret haunting ...more
Paperback, 362 pages
Published July 20th 2014 by Createspace
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Elena Eulo
Sep 09, 2014 Elena Eulo rated it it was amazing
Roberta “Robbie” Tolliver finally buries her domineering invalid mother and flees Kentucky, heading for Seattle in her new truck. Her itinerary gets sidetracked as she rescues a wolf-like dog from its brutal owner and encounters a succession of colorful characters along the road.
Her trip derails completely when she meets Colorado rancher Ben Latham whose irascible grandmother Winona insists on returning to her remote cabin after hip surgery. Robbie, a registered nurse with a weakness for challe
Jun 24, 2015 Gretchen rated it liked it
When I finished I missed being with Robbie in beautiful Colorado.
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Born and raised a Kentuckian, Helen DePrima fell in love with all things Western while spending summers on a ranch as a teen and later living in Colorado for ten years. Retiring after 25 years rehabbing wildlife in New Hampshire, she turned again to her earlier passions, writing and the West.
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