The Dove by Carolyn Brown
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Katy Lynn Logan had two friends: Andy, her father's best friend through his whole life who'd been her surrogate father/uncle/mother/best friend since the day of her birth. And then there was Joshua Carter, the love of her heart and her soul mate. Or so she thought until that day when she buried her father; the same day Joshua broke her heart and tore her soul apart. Seven years later Joshua returns to find his preacher father had been right. Katy Lynn Logan had turned out exactly like her immoral mother and drunk father. She ran a saloon on the banks of the Red River called The Soiled Dove. He can scarcely believe the beautiful piano player is his Katy, but then, seven years changes everyone. Katy can't believe her eyes when she finds Joshua sitting on a bar stool in The Dove, but the real shock comes a few days later when she finds him preaching in her church in Spanish Fort, Texas. Joshua's attraction to Katy did not die when his father sent him away from Spanish Fort. Katy had not buried her attraction to Joshua when she built a saloon or buried herself in hard work. Neither of them tried to deny it, but they both determined they'd sure get over it. Or would they?
 

About Carolyn Brown

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New York Times and USA Today bestselling romance author and RITA® Finalist, Carolyn Brown, has published more than sixty books. Brown's books have been translated into eleven foreign languages and fourteen have been reprinted in large print format. Her books have been reviewed in Library Journal, Booklist, Romantic Times, Romance Reviews Today, Publisher's Weekly, Cataromance, USA Today and Romance Reader At Heart. Two of her romances have been published as Japanese Manga books. Brown writes cowboy romance for Sourcebooks: The Lucky Trilogy, the Honky Tonk Series and now the Spikes & Spurs Series. She has also written more than forty sweet romances for Avalon which include several historical series as well as contemporary stand alone romance novels.
 
Published November 20, 2012 by Montlake Romance. 224 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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