Book Reviews of A Family of Her Own (Dundee, Idaho, Bk 3) (Harlequin Superromance)

A Family of Her Own (Dundee, Idaho, Bk 3) (Harlequin Superromance)
A Family of Her Own - Dundee, Idaho, Bk 3 - Harlequin Superromance
Author: Brenda Novak
ISBN-13: 9780373150854
ISBN-10: 0373150857
Publication Date: 2004
Pages: 296
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 48 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed A Family of Her Own (Dundee, Idaho, Bk 3) (Harlequin Superromance) on
Helpful Score: 2
This book is so good. I got it read in 2 nights. Its nice story about a girl who leaves town for a while, comes back and the same guy she was crushing on. Still lives there. From there things take a turn... And definately gets intresting!
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Helpful Score: 1
What happens when you come back to your home town after being away for years. First off you find out the man you use to go with is still there....and then it gets interesting!
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Helpful Score: 1
Just a nice little story about relationships and patterns of lives....worth reading!
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Nice ending to a story of a young woman down and out
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Having to come back to her hometown pregnant after a failed marriage was no easy task for Katie. Even worse was having noone to depend on except for the man she once loved and turned her back on.
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not bad, im not really into the harlqin stuff but i got this book for free so i read it. The hero is very likable and the story is pretty good.
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I got this book free with the Lake Arrowhead paper, a good read, well written. Enjoy!
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A very fast read. Not too far-fetched as some romance novels tend to be.
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First book I read by this author and really enjoyed it. Will look for more by her.
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A really great book - loved it! Modern woman, making it on her own, with lots of trials and tribulations, and a man from her past....
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Couldn't put the book down.
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A gripping, emotional story of a woman who moves back to her hometown and has to face the man she left behind when she moved to the big city.
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A fresh start.finding herself back in her hometown years after leaving to make her way in the big city, Katie Rogers is forced to face the man she left behind. She's determined to get on with her future-with or without him-but it;s not easy to do in a town that can't get over her past.
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When Katie Rogers returns to Dundee, Idaho, it's not because she wants to. It's because she's disillusioned, broke -- and pregnant. She was going to make something of her life in the big city. Instead, she's paying a high price for trusting the wrong man.

Booker Robinson is the man she didn't trust, the man she'd left behind in Dundee . . .and the first person she sees when she comes back. But despite Booker's notorious past, he now has a successful business and a home of his own.

He's also spent two years getting over Katie. She's the last person he wants to see. But when her parents refuse to take her in, she doesn't have anywhere else to go, and Booker soon finds himself with a roommate -- one who needs a father for her baby . . .

Katie's vowed she'll never trust the wrong man again. But sometimes a man isn't everything he seems. And sometimes he's more . .
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From the back of the book: A fresh start...Finding herself back in her hometown years after leaving to make her way in the big city, Katie Rogers is forced to face the man she left behind. She's determined to get on with her future...with or without him..but it's not easy to do in a town that can't get over her past.
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Finding herself back in her hometown years after leaving to make her way in the bng city, Katie Rogers is forced to face the man she left behind. She's determined to get on with her future..with or without him..but is's not easy to do in a town that can't get over her past. Brenda Novak spins a taut, spine-tngling story with imagery so vivid it leaves you breathless.
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From the back coer: "Brenda Novak spins a taut, spine-tingling story with imagery so vivid it leaves you breathles."