All I Ever Wanted

All I Ever Wanted

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Naomi Reese, along with her small daughter, starts a new life in Sante Fe, where she meets handsome veterinarian Richard Youngblood who has a wonderful way with animals, children and her heart, forcing her to free herself from her past and learn how to love again. Original. 50,000 first printing.

McMillan Palgrave

All I Ever WantedFrancis Ray
Naomi Reese is a divorced mother with a small daughter named Kayla, a new life in Santa Fe, and, finally, some distance from her abusive ex-husband. All she wants now is a home of her own where she and Kayla can finally feel safe. With one bad marriage behind her, she can't even dream of falling in love again. Until she meets Richard...

A tall, handsome veterinarian with a warm smile and big heart, Richard Youngblood is the kind of man any woman could fall for. Not only does he have a wonderful way with animals, he's great with little Kayla and—Naomi has to admit—he's easy on the eyes. Richard definitely has his sights set on her, too. But first, Naomi has to free herself from her past—and learn how to love again—before she can have all she ever wanted with the man of her dreams...


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nunezc Aug 20, 2013

Wow... Loved this book!!! Ms. Frances Ray did it again!!. So sad to learn of her passing in July 2013. The world has lost a great writer!!!

LaughingOne Apr 27, 2013

Characters are not believable; story is such a formula that I knew what was going to happen very early on. Place descriptions did not sound at all like the Santa Fe I knew as a child. I will not read any more of this series or likely any other novels by Francis Ray.

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