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The Valentine Edition

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The last place in the world Jodi Williams wanted to live was Turtle Creek, Wisconsin, but when her stepdad refused to put in a good word for her at the Chicago paper, she had no other choice than to accept the first job offer that came her way. Josh Thomas was Turtle Creek's veterinarian, but he also happened to be single and quite handsome. His life was pretty peaceful un...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published January 16th 2009 by White Rose Books
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Robin starts out right in the first chapter establishing the good girl/bad girl characters. It was nice to have it set so early in the book. Although it was a "normal" romance story I found the twists in the character of the bad girl surprising and refreshing. I read it in an afternoon which means that I didn't get bored and have to force myself to go back and keep reading it which is a good thing. This is part of a series about the people who work on a small town newspaper. I found the attitude...more
Kristi (Books and Needlepoint)
Robin Shope has done it again with The Valentine Edition(and I just love the cover!) It follows on the heels of The Christmas Edition which came out last fall. We get to travel to Turtle Creek, Wisconsin and visit the Turtle Creek newspaper staff. In addition to Lucy, Joe and Ullila - we are introduced to Jodi - a new reporter from Chicago, Josh- the town's veterinarian, and Della - Josh's secretary/assistant.

On Jodi's first day in town, she stops to assist what appears to be an abandoned dog, j...more
Perfect for : Personal reading, book club read

In a nutshell: Another wonderful, heart-warming book from Robin Shope. Full of the ups and downs of life, the book will touch your heart and help you to remember what life is all about. It will also gently remind you about the power of prayer and forgiveness, that God causes things to happen for a reason, and that things will work out. Published just in time for Valentines Day, the book is wonderfully romantic and will give the reader some refreshing...more
Donald James Parker
Turtle Creek, Wisconsin is my kind of place. They have one restaurant (Ma’s Diner) and a weekly newspaper. The people are much friendlier that Jodi encountered in Chicago. Her move to the small town lets her see an entirely different style of life. She finds romance an hour after she hits town. It takes the entire book to discover where that instant crush is going to end up. There are a lot of twists and turns as the adage true loves never runs smooth manifests itself big-time in this story. It’...more
Stormi (Books, Movies, Reviews. Oh my!)
A very fun and light-hearted romance that made me laugh and keep on reading.
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