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5.0 out of 5 stars TRUST is a 5-letter word - BRADY, July 3, 2009
When a family scandal threatens to break Audrey York's heart and spirit, she moves to the quaint little town of Willow Glen, Tennessee to bury her past and make a fresh start - incognito. Audrey's looking forward to fulfilling her dream of turning a run-down mill into a café, hopefully without bringing further attention to herself or the family name. But Audrey has one little problem - the fact that she's got a big heart. When she takes pity on an elderly man by the name of Nelson Witt at the local grocery store, Audrey suddenly finds she's gained an assistant in fixing up the café - as well as attracted the suspicions of a drop-dead gorgeous sexy single contractor named Brady, who just happens to be Nelson Witt's son. But once Brady figures out that Audrey's not after his father, it doesn't take long before Brady's after Audrey. When father and son team up to assist Audrey in fixing up her new café, Audrey finds out exactly what family and friends and trust - and LOVE - really mean - especially when the past comes knocking on her door courtesy of a newspaper reporter with news about her mother, a convicted felon.

Trish Milburn does a great job in hooking the reader right from the start and keeping us turning the pages for the happily-ever-after each of us craves. Will Audrey open her café? Will Audrey make peace with her past and her mother? Will Audrey and Brady find happiness in each other's arms? Fans of Trish Milburn will enjoy this book!
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4.0 out of 5 stars entertaining contemporary romance, May 7, 2009
Audrey York hopes to start over in remote mountain town Willow Glen, Tennessee. Her first friend is elderly widower Nelson Witt, whose wife just passed away. He helps her renovate a dilapidated mill into a café.

Nelson's son Brady is worried about his grieving father being alone and scammed by this woman his age. He plans to know the truth about this newcomer especially why she would relocate in Willow Glen. However, as the carpenter and the wannabe café owner fall in love, her past surfaces; leading Brady to distrust Audrey even more than he did before he learned why she came to town.

HER VERY OWN FAMILY is an entertaining contemporary romance starring two fascinating protagonists with no reason to trust one another. Brady is concerned that his widower dad is being taken in by a gold-digger with a past; while that past has taught Audrey to distrust everyone as people have agendas. The hero is Nelson who has the trust of both lead protagonists with his kindness. Fans will enjoy Trish Millburn's fine tale of starting over which is not easy when love and your history intrude.

Harriet Klausner
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