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Monday, 7 April 2014

His Hometown Girl by Karen Rock

His Hometown GirlHis Hometown Girl by Karen Rock
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

His Hometown Girl by Karen Rock My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was given a complimentary book by Harlequin via Net Galley and also the author to read and review with my honest thoughts and opinions. Freely.

I haven't read any of Karen Rocks books before so wasn't sure. I was pleasantly surprised to see that I really liked this book.

Most Mothers who have children put their children first, and Jodi Chapman was no exception, more so because she had a child with autism who needed her.

She wants the best care and help for her child so she embarks on earning more money to get him into the school that she knows will aide him to achieve suitable life skills. However, it means going back to her Home Town where she was once involved with Daniel Gleason.

Daniel is one of the main men she needs to convince to sell up. However, Daniel has his own ideas and creates a co op. Daniel says its war.
Jodi says no, its more like the realistic thing to do.

Here starts the main stay of the rekindled romance between them.

I gave this 4 stars because its good, really well written, you will enjoy it. Its predictable. That's why the 4 stars.

Jodi gets on the flight to return home. Does she carry on with the flight? Does Daniel stop her? Do they get together? If they get together......then what? because she needs to go back for her son who needs special help.

Although the ending IS predicable, the twist in the end was not. I loved the ending.

He'd always managed to best her… 

Jodi Chapman will do whatever it takes to get top care for her autistic son. If that means going home and convincing local farmers to sell their land, so be it. Even if her biggest opponent, childhood rival Daniel Gleason, is equally determined to convince farmers to buy into his co-op plan. And he's not playing fair. 

Facing off against Daniel is the last thing Jodi wants. The attraction that's always fueled their competitiveness is as strong as ever and just as distracting. But with both their futures on the line, and years of distrust between them, how can they ever be on the same side?

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