Chasing the Sun

Chasing the Sun

Book - 2011
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The promises of love and the possibilities of reconciliation are explored in the touching third novel of the Blood Rose Trilogy set in the Old West . . . Daisy Etheridge always yearned to sing. But she fell in love, only to bear a child to a man who loved another. Now she has a second chance at her dreams-but first she's returning to the man who broke her heart. Jack Wilkins never wanted to work his family's ranch. He wanted to travel the world. But devotion to a childhood love has brought him back to win her one last time-until a woman from his past appears . . . with a baby who has eyes like his own. Caught between his feelings for his old flame and his new role as a father, Jack offers to marry Daisy-though she's wary of a man whose head and heart are prone to wanderlust. But when the ranch is threatened, and the Wilkins family is strained to the breaking point, Jack and Daisy must choose what they want out of their lives-and out of each other . . . 'SATISFYING . . . Vivid description of love and life in the land of enchantment.' - Publishers Weekly 'DELICIOUS . . . Warner is a beautiful writer.' - The Romance Readers Connection 'AWESOME . . . Takes me into the Old West and brings history alive.' - Night Owl Reviews
Publisher: New York :, Berkley Sensation,, [2011]
Edition: Berkley Sensation mass-market ed
Copyright Date: ©2011
ISBN: 9780425244951
Branch Call Number: ROM WAR
Characteristics: 391 pages ; 18 cm

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