The Long Way Home (No Guts, No Glory, #2)
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The Long Way Home (No Guts, No Glory #2)

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Spitfire Rita Warren had made some big mistakes before leaving her hometown and heading for the bright lights of the big city. Now she was back, to make things right. To prove that she was as good as everyone else in town. Good enough to love. Good enough to deserve the best…



Paperback, 256 pages
Published May 1st 1999 by Silhouette Books (first published April 1st 1999)
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Skye Taylor
The Long Way Home makes me very glad Ms Reavis has a long list of books out there for me to catch up on. Two wonderfully flawed characters with enough baggage for an army meet under the least likely circumstances. He's throwing things and she throws them right back at him and basically tells him to get a life. Which, until Mac meets the fiery Rita, he's not sure he even wants. Ironically, it's Rita who's trying to get a new life, to bury the awful mistakes of her past and be the person her grand...more
What an absolute gem of a book. Reavis touched so many emotions with her understanding of the human psyche that I was just blown away that this was a silhouette romance. Rita - over the top; Mac - cynical and hurting on the inside! All the other heartfilled characters, Bugs, Corey, even bad Matt to some extent. A must read title.
I downloaded this story after reading a review on Dear Author. Written in the 90's the story naturally felt out of date at times, but I enjoyed it none the less. Loved the heroine, Rita, best of all. She was plucky, feisty and perfectly capable of turning her life around. Which she did, in spades. A very enjoyable read.
Well written, but after reading Older Woman, the theme of the hospital and injured vet seemed repetitive. I liked how imperfect yet likable the main characters were.
This was my 2nd time to read this. Still a goodie.
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Former public health nurse, now award-winning romance novelist, Cheryl Reavis, describes herself as a "late bloomer." Her Silhouette Special Edition™, A CRIME OF THE HEART, reached millions of readers in Good Housekeeping magazine and won the Romance Writers of America's coveted RITA award the year it was published. She has also won the RITA award for her Harlequin-Silhouette nov...more
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