Hometown Girl
  • Published:
    Feb-2002
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    Print
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There's no place like home

Lauren Van Horn, a big-city environmental lawyer, isn't as tough as people think she is, or as content with her life as she pretends. So when her sister, Becca, begs for Lauren's help in dealing with a personal crisis, Lauren puts her busy schedule on hold and arrives in small-town San Rafael, Utah, smack-dab in the middle of beautiful Red Rock country. She comes out of love and loyalty and a desire to reconnect with the family she hardly knows anymore. But she doesn't expect the presence of Gabe Randolph.

The secret love of Lauren's teenage years, Gabe has also returned to town--this time as an oil producer whose ideas about the environment clash with Lauren's. Her sudden, intense attraction to the fully grown-up Gabe throws her emotions into chaos. And as Lauren becomes embroiled in a fight to save a pristine wilderness area, she also struggles to make sense of her deepening feelings for Gabe--and to see with new eyes possibilities for happiness that might lie as close as her own backyard....
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