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    Adventurous, quirky and romantic

    In this second book of the series, Lydia and her menagerie find their new home. Only, it isn't at all what she expected. Lydia thought that Walter was a moderately wealthy man - in other words, that he had enough and bit to spare. She had no idea that with his wealth he was able to undergird and support a whole town. However, her fiancé is dead and has unexpectedly made Lydia his sole beneficiary. One thing is certain, there is more than enough space in her new home for everyone she loves, including her fury babies. When Max comes looking for her help, Lydia has the right mix of common sense and adventure to grab the opportunity of assisting him. She just doesn't expect to come into the line of fire. I enjoyed this pioneer romance, the mix of characters and Lydia's quirky habit of collecting sick, wounded and abandoned animals. Visitors to her new home are taken aback at being greeted at the door by a wolf, not to mention a three-legged cat and a mountain lion. Whilst this romance has some suspense and a mystery to solve, it is also an enjoyable reflection of life in the newly settled Oregon City. Although this book is part of a series, and it is useful to have read Hannah and Joe's story first, it is nevertheless a standalone and comes to a happy and fulfilling close. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Lydia is different.

    Lydia is different. She is beautiful and has a great love of animals. All the way to Oregon, she collected animals. An owl, a mountain lion, a wolf and a three legged cat. Now that she is in Oregon, people are bringing animals to her. Max needs Lydia's help with catching a killer. It would put her in danger, but he needs to get this man. The man has stolen some uncut diamonds, killed two men (one of them was Lydia's fiancée) and has taken the identity of the bank president. The man will stop at nothing in order to get ahold of all the money that Lydia's fiancée left for her. Will Max be able to keep her safe? Will Lydia get to keep Max?
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    Love this series!

    The journey to Oregon City ended with Lydia's sister married and now she is ready for her chance. But when she arrives, she finds out her soon to be husband Walter has died! What in the world happened? Even more surprising is he left her all he owned and now she can be independent! Can you imagine? Of course nothing is ever that easy and in steps Max Caldwell, a detective from Chicago tracking down a killer that murdered his wife and is now in Oregon. He thinks this man also killed Walter and he enlist's Lydia's help. A story or loss, greed and new beginnings that will keep you turning the pages as fast as you can. Lydia is such a wonderful person with her sweet and generous nature. She seems to collect animals that need a home and creates a legacy of helping others as Walter did. But will Lydia be in the killer's sights because of her money? Will Max be able to keep her safe and stay once the case is over? Loved this story and cannot wait for the next!!
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