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by Shirlee Busbee

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

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Seventeen years ago, Shelly Granger
fled St. Galen's for New Orleans. But the apparent suicide of her older brother,
Josh, calls her home to head the Granger Cattle Empire.

For as long as the Grangers have been in Oak Valley, there've also been Ballingers.

The two families have feuded from the start. While Josh took the enmity very seriously,
Shelly brushed it off and went so far as to fall in love with Sloan Ballinger,
only to have her heart broken by his apparent infidelity.

Shelly is shocked by the current condition of the Granger finances; Josh's
apparent gambling addiction has left them land rich but cash poor. Is this why
Josh killed himself? Sloan hated Josh for a number
of reasons, including his interference in Sloan's love affair with Shelly.
Now that she's back, do they have a chance of straightening out what really
all those years ago?

NYT historical bestseller Shirlee Busbee successfully switches to contemporary
romance in this emotionally riveting tale
of romance and family secrets. Like her
historical fiction, Ms. Busbee's contemporary is filled with elegant descriptions
and moving drama. (Dec., 432 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Warner

Published: December 2002

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