Every Jack Needs His JileBook - 2011
"Two lonely guys, two unforgettable gals, and a town full of "stardust"...Texas will never be the same. It's the modern-day Wild West when two wandering black sheep return to claim the women they left. Difficult women. Jileana has spent years pining for Jack, while at the same time praying she never sees him again. Mind you, she has her reasons, and they're good ones. But not good enough to withstand the impact of an old man's deathbed confession. Now long-lost Jack is back. And Jil's about to take the tumble of her life!... Meanwhile, Harper pursues Evangeline, who chased him off decades ago (she had her reasons, too). He's hoping to bury the hatchet, but fifty years hasn't been quite enough time for Evangeline's temper to cool, and the only place she wants to bury it is in Harper's head. Both couples have an uphill climb ahead of them. The road to love is a madcap obstacle course, but at least it runs through the right little town...dusty Star, Texas, a place where hearts can heal and dreams really can come true.5 Angels and a 'Recommended Read' from Fallen Angel Reviews:"Mimi Riser's talent for the written word is outstanding. Her ability to bring these characters to life and into your heart will leave you laughing, crying and cheering for the underdog."5 Stars from eCata Romance Reviews:"Everything about this story is just perfectly done. It was such a treat to witness Harper's dogged pursuit of Vangie and Jack's determination to finally have Jil along with all the madcap wackiness erupting around them."4.5 Blue Ribbons from Romance Junkies:"Every Jack Needs His Jil by Mimi Riser is a wonderful, whimsical novel, which will have you laughing and seeing first hand what true Texas grit is all about. A guaranteed pleaser!"[Note: This novel was originally published by New Age Dimensions, Inc. It has since been revised and reedited. This is the new, expanded edition and contains material not found in any earlier edition, either print or digital.]Book Cover by Melissa Alvarez."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Mimi Riser, 2011.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource
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