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Rocky Mountain Homecoming by Pamela Nissen
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Aug 24, 2011

it was amazing
Recommended to J. by: inspirational, western romance
Read in August, 2011 — I own a copy

Details, details, details. When romance blooms, friends want the details. In Rocky Mountain Homecoming, Pamela Nissen gives the reader the story of a romance between two childhood friends that is full of wonderful details. The author’s gift for creating and placing these little gems in the story, whether an incident between the hero and heroine or a simple description of what they are wearing, makes a reader of romance sit back, curl up and sigh through the pages. The conclusion to the Drake brothers’ series adds a touch of suspense to the family drama present in the previous books. How these friends battle obstacles, feelings, and unforeseen enemies makes for an enjoyable stand-alone read as well as series ender.

Ivy Harris is a prodigal daughter who vowed never to return home. Finally called back when her father takes ill, she is shocked to discover her childhood friend, Zach Drake, has grown into a stunningly handsome foreman on her father’s ranch. Zach too is taken aback when the girl he knew comes back as a beautiful woman. He has always loved her but that love was never returned. Once again he fights to hide and protect his feelings, believing a romance between the two of them will never come to fruition. How will these two see past their previous history and look at each other in a new light?

Sad to say goodbye to the Drakes, I look forward to Nissen’s next series. Until then, I may just pull out all those Drake brothers and curl up on the couch again.

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