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Ian McKinley has packed his bags, his son and their dog and headed for the country. He's got everything a man could want-- money, success, a beautiful fiancee, but Ian's son Luke is drifting away from him and Ian doesn't know what else to do. When Luke got arrested Ian knew it was time to make some changes so he's put his life on hold for a year to help get Luke back on track. Maybe moving to the small town of Keeling Creek, Virginia will help Ian and Luke get closer and put things back into perspective. As the only vet in Keeling Creek, Colby Williams has her hands full with teenage daughter Lena and matchmaking friends. Since Ian and Luke moved to town, Colby has been running into Ian everywhere. Suddenly, Lena is taking an interest in boys-- and Luke is the object of her affections. Ian and Colby can sympathize with each other's parenting problems but it doesn't take long for friendship to blossom into something much stronger. Inglath Cooper has written a wonderful romance! Keeling Creek is a place we'd all like to live in and the warm, cozy feeling of small town life fills the story with charm. Ms. Cooper deals with parenting issues, such as drugs and sex, with compassion and understanding. Also, animal lovers will be delighted with Colby and her desire to open a noneuthanasia shelter for animals. Charming! Inglath Cooper combines realistic characters and situations with lots of romance and a little laughter! The Last Good Man is a special book-- it will touch your heart! Inglath Cooper deserves highest praise for creating a story that touches on important issues facing all parents. An emotion packed story about characters (and animals) you will care about!Kristina Wright -- Copyright © 1994-97 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved -- From Literary Times
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Book Description Harlequin, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0373707282
Book Description Harlequin, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0373707282