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Also by Roxanne Rustand:

Falling for the Rancher, June 2017
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An Aspen Creek Christmas, December 2016
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Home at Blackberry Hill, August 2011
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Murder at Granite Falls, April 2011
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Final Exposure, September 2009
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Save The Last Dance, August 2009
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Deadly Competition, May 2009
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Wildfire, March 2008
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Vendetta, February 2008
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Hard Evidence, December 2007
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Lone Star Legacy, September 2007
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A Temporary Arrangement, August 2006
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A Man She Can Trust, February 2006
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Back in Texas, October 2005
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Almost a Family, July 2005
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Almost a Family
Roxanne Rustand

Blackberry Hill Memorial; #1284
Harlequin Superromance
July 2005
304 pages
ISBN: 0373712847
Paperback
$5.50
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Romance Contemporary

As the new administrator at Blackberry Hill Memorial, Erin has more pressing issues to deal with than her late cousin's notorious husband. Such as how to keep the hospital solvent. How to make her adopted children feel safe and loved after her husband walked out on them. And why patients keep dying for no apparent reason.

If only she didn't need Connor's help. And if only he wasn't so good to her and the kids.

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