THE LOST DAUGHTER OF PIGEON HOLLOW
Diner owner Willa Addison has put her own dreams of medical school on hold to raise her younger sister. But a second chance to realize her dreams comes along in Kentucky horse farm owner Owen Miller, sent to take her to meet the father she never knew existed. The Lost Daughter of Pigeon Hollow (3) by Inglath Cooper is an enjoyable read. Her descriptions of both characters and scenery are good, and the subplot between the main characters' siblings is a nice addition. But the conflict between the characters dissipates too quickly.