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Philadelphia lawyer Ryland Lassiter is everything Josephine Wylie wants--for a brother-in-law As the sole supporter of her family, Josie's plans for herself have always had to wait. But Ryland will be ideal as the new head of the Wylie clan...once he finally realizes how perfect he is for Josie's sister.
Ry knows it's time to settle down. The newly appointed guardian to a
ebook, 288 pages
Published October 1st 2009 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense (first published January 1st 2009)
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Ryland Lassiter, on his way to help an old friend, meets Jo Wylie, a woman who knows what she wants out of life which is to travel and see the world. Ry, as he is known, saves Jo's life when she is out to save his. And, while Jo knows what she wants, Ry is still trying to decide whether he wants to continue to being a Philadelphia lawyer or go back to his roots and raise horses, or maybe both in a small town. Enters, Viola, the daughter of Ry's old friend who has died suddenly and left Ry as her ...more
Ry and Josie, and many of the residents of Knotty Pine, are people I would love to know in real life, and I hope there are more books written about this community of people. This book is a delightful story that will keep you interested throughout, with several interesting twists and turns, but it also has a deeper level. It shows characters tackling the questions we all must confront at some point: What is really most important to me? What lifelong dreams are important to me? How do my dreams fi ...more
I don't know why this didn't grab me - love the author, the setting was well done, the characters interesting - but it didn't. I'm going to guess there will be at least another book in the family - possibly Cora Beth, but Ry's situation with his family was completely left open, so I guess Sadie and Griff will get books.
I stayed up until three this morning because I had to finish this book. Loved it! Ry was an awesome hero, and I just have to admire Josie's spunk. :)
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I think this is the best Love Inspired book i have ever read!
Fun, clean, quick romance. Easy read, and very worth reading.
Nov 22, 2011 Wendy marked it as wish-list  ·  review of another edition
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