Her Lone Cowboy

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Harlequin, 2010 - Fiction - 185 pages
7 Reviews
"Grouchy Noah was a challenge, but a Noah who started to trust Lily was far more difficult to handle…"

Noah Laramie has come back home to run Lazy L Ranch. Injured and now out of the army, he wants to shut himself off from the world.

Lily Germaine is just there to help him, but loner Noah is the most stubborn-as-a-mule man she's ever met. Losing an arm doesn't mean he has to lose sight of who he is. His courage, strength and loyalty make him one in a million. She just needs to convince him of that….

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User Review  - cranberrytarts - LibraryThing

This is the second book in Alward's Larch Valley duet. I enjoyed the first one, though the end did leave me feeling a little unsettled, and I have to say it was the same for this one. I really enjoyed ... Read full review

Review: Her Lone Cowboy (Larch Valley #3)

User Review  - Deborah Mahony - Goodreads

Very moving insight into the emotions of a wounded warrior. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Donna Alward has the best job in the world: a combination of stay-at-home mother and romance novelist. In 2001 she penned her first novel, and found herself hooked on writing romance. In 2006 she sold her first manuscript, and now writes for Harlequinrsquo;s Romance line from her home in Nova Scotia, Canada. Donna loves to hear from readers; you can contact her through her website at www.donnaalward.com, by visiting her myspace page at www.myspace.com/dalward or through her publisher.

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