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UNBREAKABLE BONDS
by Judy Christenberry

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

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Nick McMillan has come to Rawhide, Wyoming searching for his twin brother, Gabe. Separated at birth, Nick was adopted while Gabe was raised by their mother. A case of mistaken identity gets Nick welcomed to Rawhide by a slap
in the face from Sarah, Gabe's pregnant girlfriend's sister.

When he does finally meet Gabe, things don't go well there, either.
Gabe isn't at all pleased to find he has a brother, even a rich one. Will
Nick be able to help straighten out the crossed wires so he can belong
to a family as he longs to?

Those who like stories with cowboys, babies, close knit families, and twins may enjoy UNBREAKABLE BONDS, which includes all these elements. Unfortunately I found the majority of the characters to be unlikable and lacking in intellect. Also, with the number of characters, it was difficult to really identify with and get to know any of them. (Aug., 304 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Susan Mobley

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: August 2002

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