The Yard Rose

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Avalon Books, 2000 - Fiction - 184 pages
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Glory Flowers fell in love with Quaid Matthews when she was seven years old. A part of her heart went to Galveston with him just after the second grade when he left southern Oklahoma. Twenty years later, he returns home for his grandmother's funeral. He decides to stay in Terral, a little southern Oklahoma town right on the Red River and the Chisholm Trail, to research a new line of restaurants to be located as close to the Trail as possible. During his stay, he moves the WM Corporation travel trailer right on the property next to Glory's land and the struggle begins. She wants his land to enlarge her property. He wants her land to make a parking lot for his new restaurant. When he tries to cut down the beautiful row of rose bushes separating their property, the battle starts. They both realize they've fallen desperately in love, yet they're not sure if they can trust each other. It takes a lot of courage, some reassurance, and many roses to confirm their love.

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Carolyn Brown is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author with more than sixty books published. She writes bestselling single title cowboy and country music mass market romances, as well as women's fiction. Born in Texas and raised in southern Oklahoma, Carolyn and her husband now make their home in the town of Davis, Oklahoma.

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