Book Reviews of Long Way Home

Long Way Home
Long Way Home
Author: Janis Reams Hudson
ISBN-13: 9780821769232
ISBN-10: 0821769235
Publication Date: 2/1/2001
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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After 7 yrs in prison Duncan returns to a his small town home determined to reclaim his family farm and rebuild the life he's wrongfully lost! But the first of his many problem is that no one would hire him...no one except Frankie..a pregnant waitress who desperately need help with the farm ...
Together Franki and Duncan are beginning to understand the only home worth keeping demands that they open their heart to love
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After 7 yrs. in prison, Duncan Malonereturns to Washita Texas, determined to reclaim the land and the life he'd lost. No one will give him a job.except one woman despatate enough to hire him. Even in the only place she's found acceptence, Franki Taylor is willing to risk lonliness and the communitys resentment to save the home she's always wanted.
Yet that home is the farm where Duncan grew up- the place he had counted on as a sanctuary when everything else was gone. Convincing Frinki to give it up is a lost cause--and convincing himself that stubborn,sexy Frankie might see the amn he wants to be is impossible. But independent Frankie is learning that the gentle, soft spoken man working her farm doesn't deserveWashitas suspicion and dislike. And suddenly. she's hopong for what she thought she'd never have.Together Franki and Duncar are beginning to understand the only home worth keeping demands they open their hearts to love
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After seven years on prison, Duncan Malone returns to Washita, Texas determined to reclaim the land and the life he'd lost. No one will give him a job, except one woman desperate enought to hire him, Even in the only place where she's found acceptance, Frankie Taylor is willing to risk loneliness and the community's resentment to save the home she's always wanted. Yet that home is the farm where Duncan grew up the place he'd counted on as sanctuary when everything else was gone. Convincing Frankie to give it up is a lost cause-and convincing himself that stubborn, sexy, Franki might see the man he wants to be is impossible. But independent Franki is learning that the gentle, soft-spoken man working her farm doesn't deserve Washita's suspicion and dislike. And suddenly, she's hoping for what she thought she'd never have. Together Franki and DUncan are beginning to understand the only home worth keeping demads that they open their hearts to love............
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Great summer read or a long winter day read...Duncan Malone comes home after prison to find that there is not any forgivness in his town and also no job for him..except for one woman who needs someone to help out on her farm..she is expecting..no father in sight and no man to help..only the farm in need of help was Duncan's before prison..lots of plot twists and very interesting.