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Heart of A Cowboy (Mills & Boon Love Inspired) (Helping Hands Homeschooling, Book 2)

Ten years ago Jordan Masterson left her hometown heartbrokenand pregnant. Now, yearning for connection with her family, the single mother returns to Tallgrass, Oklahoma.

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