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by Janet Dailey

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: MILD

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Dailey does a nice job of updating this story, which was originally published in 1980 as Boss Man from Ogallala. Though the heroine seems a bit immature, even for 21, and a bit self-centered, her character develops nicely. Those familiar with raising cattle will appreciate the author's realistic depiction of it. Fans of Diana Palmer should enjoy this one.

Right after Thanksgiving,
a broken hip puts Casey Gilmore's father out of commission. At 21, she's deemed too young to run their ranch, even with the help of her mother and younger brother.

So Flint McAllister, an expert
rancher, comes on board to run things until Casey's father recovers. Casey has trouble accepting Flint being in charge, but when she finally comes
to terms with his presence, the real
spirit of Christmas begins to make
itself felt. Yet, when the health of Casey's father suffers a setback, so does the relationship that has started
to develop between her and Flint. (Zebra, Oct., 320 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Susan Mobley

Publisher: Zebra

Published: October 2008

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