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One Dance with the Cowboy (Larch Valley #2)

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"Care to take those boots for a spin, Miss O'Keefe?"Jen O'Keefe will agree to just one dance with coolheaded cowboy Drew Laramie. But only for old times' sake. She can't risk losing her heart to him again.

Drew left Larch Valley, promising Jen he'd return. When he didn't, she moved on.... Now the childhood sweetheart Jen had stopped waiting for is back!
Paperback, Harlequin Romance #4145, 186 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Harlequin (first published 2009)
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Andrew Laramie's back in town, and Jen O'Keefe's not making the mistake of handing him her heart again. It took her years (and the loving support of the whole town) to get over Drew the first time he walked away from her, and she's a different woman now, a successful business owner building up her bakery/cafe.

Drew ran from some devastating news all those years ago, and it's taken him years to contemplate coming home. He's realized that it's time to face the past and then look ahead. And he reali...more
I really enjoyed this story. I'm kind of a sucker for the "lovers reunited" plot anyway, but Alward did a good job of bringing these two back together.

I did feel like the end was a bit abrupt. Throughout Jen is the one who constantly puts herself out there. I would have liked to see Drew go to her and grovel a bit more. Otherwise it was good.
this book was okay. Jen was a strong female character and I like that in a romance.
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A busy wife and mother of three (2 daughters and the family dog), Donna Alward believes hers is the best job in the world: a combination of stay-at-home mom and romance novelist.

An avid reader since childhood, Donna always made up her own stories. She completed her Arts Degree in English Literature in 1994, but it wasn't until 2001 that she penned her first full-length novel, and found herself ho...more
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