Her Very Own Family

Harlequin American Romance

Her Very Own Family

Audrey York arrives in tiny Willow Glen, Tennessee, with the aim of starting her life over. She’s leaving behind a fast-paced part of her life that ended in a scandal not of her making but which scarred her nonetheless.

The perfect balm for her battered soul presents itself when she buys an old gristmill and undertakes the renovation necessary to turn it into a restaurant. What she doesn’t expect is to befriend an older neighbor who insists on helping her and then fighting the temptation his son presents when he joins the renovation too.

While she enjoys her time with Brady Witt and his father, Nelson, she fears that her old life will catch up with her and shatter this new life like it did the old.

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Raves & Reviews

“Milburn’s hunky, intelligent, sensitive hero is a perfect foil for a woman
who’s been knocked over but refuses to stay down. 4 stars.”

— Pat Cooper, Romantic Times Book Reviews

“Fans will enjoy Trish Milburn’s fine tale of starting over which is not easy
when love and your history intrude.”

— Harriet Klausner, Merry Genre Go Round Reviews