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The Lost Daughter of Pigeon Hollow
by Inglath Cooper Not given

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0000000000

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards


Set in the rolling hills of Kentucky, among the farms where beautiful horses are raised, talented author Inglath Cooper has crafted a tale of romance with a lesson in hope that speaks to us all. This is one story you won't want to miss. Regardless of its quaint, countrified name, Pigeon Hollow, Kentucky, is like most small towns, a place where people raise families and live out their lives in quiet contentment. That is, unless you are a young woman like Willa Addison who sacrificed an education and future to step in and raise an orphaned younger sister, Katie. Then, a small town can feel like a trap. Katie has hit the difficult years of a rebellious teenager and seems determined to ruin her life, until Willa gets a mysterious message from a man who knew their mother as a young woman. From this day, their lives change drastically. Owen Miller, the messenger, also brought change into his own life by doing this favor for a friend. Until now, he was focused on the problems created by his father's will. The man seemed determined to retain control of his son's life, even in death. Owen found an unexpected answer. Or so he thought. Guaranteed to make you believe the characters live and breathe, this tale rises above the ordinary romance and takes its readers into a new reality. Highly recommended as a fun and satisfying read you may keep to read again. Enjoy. I certainly did.



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