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    A new start brings them together

    Adventure, drama and a new life in Oregon come together in this warm-hearted romance. Taking care of her family is Rebecca's first priority. Fortunately, her very accommodating twin brother, Ben, thinks the same way she does, as for the most part it is Rebecca that makes the decisions. However, when Ian Stanford and his sons come on board to help them put their tumble down home to rights, Rebecca meets her match. Ian is attracted to Rebecca, but his anger regarding his wife's murder holds him back from making an emotional commitment. When the despicable Silas starts to make a move on Rebecca, Ian goes onto full alert and he finds himself being more concerned for Rebecca than the revenge he carries in his heart. The story is suspenseful and kept my attention throughout. The combined family of Taylors and Stanfords makes for entertaining reading, whilst the romance that developed touched my heart. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Can Ian save her?

    Rebecca is a real take charge kind of gal. She really is the oldest in her family. She is a twin, but is just minutes older than her brother. When they hit town, they buy an house that needs a lot of work, but will fit the whole family. They add Ian and his twin boys to the family. Ian is a carpenter. He lost his wife over a year earlier and needs the work. Rebecca finds herself falling in love with Ian. He is sure that he will never love again. After losing his wife, he doesn't want to go through that pain again. Rebecca is sure she can change his mind eventually. Ian can't stand it when one of the richest men in town starts to court Rebecca. The guy is a terrible person and he is sure Rebecca will see him for what he is. Ian gets a tip about the man who murdered his wife and it is not the man he thought it was. As his family is put in danger, Ian and Rebecca marry to save her reputation. He will do anything to save them. Rebecca feels the same way and puts her life in danger for Ian. Will he be able to save her?
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    Really Enjoyed This Story

    Another great story from Cynthia Woolf. Rebecca is looking for a new home for her brothers and sisters. Each of them very different, but they make it work. There is lots of love and loyalty between them, along with the usual squabbling that occurs among siblings. It is easy to relate to this family. I enjoyed how this book is different from many others. Rebecca is not a mail order bride, although she would like to find love and be a wife and mother. She and her siblings are looking for a new start in Oregon and, while not wealthy, they sold their family farm in Missouri for enough money to travel there and set up a new home and farm for a new start. As soon as they arrive in Oregon, they purchase a large home that requires lots of work. Thus they meet Ian, who is a carpenter with tragedy in his past, and twin sons the same age as Rebecca’s youngest sister. As the two family’s move to their new home they very quickly become close. Ian is determined to find the man who killed his wife, so he although he quickly develops feelings for Rebecca he denies them. Thus Rebecca allows the villain of the story to court her, and when she turns him away he quickly becomes abusive. This book has lots of twists and turns and addresses a lot of issues that many of us are affected by today. I think the only disappointment for me with this book was how absolutely useless the sheriff and especially his deputy are during the whole story. Unfortunately, that is also something many readers may have experienced.
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    Rebecca

    Good read. May have cut short on the suspense a bit, but I enjoyed none the less.
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