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That Same Old Feeling (Wide Open Spaces #2)

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Chase McCall: The lonely road he'd chosen had somehow led him straight back to the home he'd always hated--and the woman he'd always loved ...

Devon Manyfeathers: She knew better than to believe this man could ever give up his restless ways--but that didn't keep her from hoping ...

She was the only woman he'd ever truly wanted, and yet Chase had always been too busy chasing
Paperback, Silhouette Intimate Moments, No. 577, 256 pages
Published June 1st 1994 by Silhouette
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I like the idea of the book, a couple so obviously in love, having to fight for their HEA. All in all I liked the book, but there were some things that bothered me.

Chase was great, patient, loving. Don't get me wrong he had major issues as well, mainly with his family, and some emotional scarring, but he managed to keep it contained in a way. It affects him but it doesn't rule his life.

I like his relationship with Tanner - his half-brother - and Tanner's family.

Dev is a whole different story. I
That Same Old Feeling, what can I say about it the title does it justice.
Chase McCall is the legitimate McCall unlike Tanner who is considered worthless since he's half Indian. But Chase want no part of his heritage and his family's bigotry and left as soon as he could, first going on the rodeo circuit and then in Colorado. When he left, he left behind Dev, his soul-mate, his best friend, his lover. He promised her he would be back and he did come back when she turned 18, but she refused to marr
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