Finding Our Forever

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Product Number: DD32240
Released: Mar 21, 2017
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ISBN: #9781538428658
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New York Times bestselling author Brenda Novak welcomes readers to the town of Silver Springs, where surprises wait around every corner! The search for her birth mother brought Cora Kelly to the New Horizons Boys Ranch. Getting a job there was easy enough, but confiding in Aiyana, the ranch's owner, that she's really her daughter? Cora's not sure she can do that, not unless she's confident the news will be welcomed. And once she gets to know Elijah Turner-Aiyana's adopted son and ranch manager-that decision becomes even more difficult. Although Elijah can't deny his deep attraction to Cora, he's always struggled with trust. Anyone with his past would, and there's something about the ranch's newest employee that isn't exactly as it seems. But if the feelings she awakes in his guarded heart are any indication, she might be just what he's long been waiting for.

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Author(s): Brenda Novak
Series: Silver Springs Series No: 1
Genre: Romance
Imprint: Harlequin

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Finding Our Forever
Product Number: BX00062653
Product Number:Z100106526
Product Number:DD32240

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Author(s): Brenda Novak
Narrator(s): Veronica Worthington
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Genre: Romance
Product Number Z100106526
Released: Mar 21, 2017
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781488203244
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Author(s): Brenda Novak
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Genre: Romance
Product Number EB00690012
Released: Mar 21, 2017
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Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: #9781488014116

Professional reviews

"Narrator Veronica Worthington brings alive Cora Kelly's desperation as she tries to get to know her birth mother. Cora takes a job teaching at a school for troubled boys that is run by her birth mother, Aiyana. Worthington expresses Cora's conflicting emotions as she struggles to keep their genetic relationship a secret from Aiyana, and from Elijah, who is also adopted and helping to run the school. While Worthington adequately conveys the emotions of the story, she doesn't provide much differentiation between male and female characters. This can make it difficult to determine who is speaking. Nonetheless, Worthington is able to portray the wealth of feelings of the characters, making for a satisfying listening experience. S.B. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine"

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