Books by Donna Alward

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The House on Blackberry Hill

I love small towns. Even though I’m technically a city person now, walking purposefully down sidewalks and knowing almost none of the people I pass on the street, I still feel deep down that calm streets full of nosy neighbors are where I’m meant to be meandering. For this reason I find myself p ...

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Her Lone Cowboy

Her Lone Cowboy started off strong, with a wonderful hero and a promising heroine. Unfortunately, I eventually tired of the heroine and felt the hero deserved better. Noah Laramie, a career soldier, is back home recovering from serious combat injuries. Although he lost his arm, he in ...

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The Soldier's Homecoming

In The Soldier's Homecoming, Donna Alward tackles the tried and true secret baby plot with unusual sensitivity and a minimum of histrionics. The restraint with which she tells her story gives it a realism and a poignant quality I have seldom found in these plotlines. Unfortunately, a heroine with ...

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Marriage at the Circle M

Marriage at the Circle M sounded like a sweet romance about two nice people. In actuality, it's a sweet romance about two annoying people. As I spent most of the book wanting to bang their heads together, this wasn't quite the quick, fun read I had hoped for. Grace Lundquist is the sweetheart ...

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Hired By The Cowboy

Lovers of sweet romances will take Hired By The Cowboy to their hearts. It’s a marriage of convenience story set in Canada and it’s sweet, really sweet and endearing as a basket of fluffy kittens. I was all set to get cynical about it, but my attitude didn’t last the first chapter. Alex ...