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0373364350
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Roxanne Rustand
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Harlequin Heartwarming Large Print; Original edition (July 26, 2011)
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Home at Blackberry Hill book.

Home at Blackberry Hill book. REISSUE of A Temporary ArrangementAll Abby Cahill wanted.

USA Today best-selling author Roxanne Rustand has written over thirty-five novels. She writes for Love Inspired and Love Inspired Suspense. She lives in the country with her family, horses, rescue dogs and fluffy cats that sometimes find their way into her books. author Twitter: nnerustand.

Author Roxanne Rustand. Roxanne Rustand As the new administrator at Blackberry Hill Memorial, Erin has more pressing issues to deal with than her late cousin's notorious husband

Author Roxanne Rustand. High Country Homecoming. and returned a cowboy. As the new administrator at Blackberry Hill Memorial, Erin has more pressing issues to deal with than her late cousin's notorious husband. Such as how to keep the hospital solvent.

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Home at Blackberry Hill - Roxanne Rustand. Much more than she bargained for. All Abby Cahill wanted was a quiet summer job in the beautiful Wisconsin woods. But the hospital where she's filling in turns out to be overcrowded, understaffed and decidedly stretched for cash.

"em" } As the new administrator at Blackberry Hill Memorial, Erin has more pressing issues to deal with than her late cousin's notorious husband. How to make her adopted children feel safe and loved after her husband walked out on them.

Outside the enclosure, he flipped a switch to start the rotation of the octopus-like metal arms that radiated from the central motor.

Outside the enclosure, he flipped a switch to start the rotation of the octopus-like metal arms that radiated from the central motor und the circular path. In a half hour, he’d be cool and dry, ready to turn out into a corral for the night with his kindergarten-level buddies, who were all in training, too. Ryan shouldered the colt’s cotton lead rope and started for the tack room, feeling better physically than he had in a long time. Months of surgeries and therapy had put him back on his feet again.

Home at Blackberry Hill. Learn More at LibraryThing. Roxanne Rustand at LibraryThing. ISBN 9780373364350 (978-0-373-36435-0) Softcover, Harlequin, 2011. Find signed collectible books: 'Home at Blackberry Hill'. The House at Briar Lake (Harlequin Superromance No. 946). Results page: PREV 1 2.

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Much more than she bargained for…All Abby Cahill wanted was a quiet summer job in the beautiful Wisconsin woods. But the hospital where she's filling in turns out to be overcrowded, understaffed and decidedly stretched for cash. And as if she didn't have enough on her hands, the only vacancy in town for a "single woman with mutt" is at the farmhouse of wildlife biologist Ethan Matthews, whose son is with him for the season, along with several newborn puppies.Ethan is a handsome, solitary man who seems to need Abby as much as she needs him. But she shouldn't be needing him or anyone else—at the end of August she's got to go back to her job in the city teaching nursing. This is just a temporary arrangement, which is starting to feel too comfortable, too much like home.
Reviews:
  • Hugighma
R.N and teaching nurse, Abby Cahill, takes a summer job as Director of Nursing in a Northern Wisconsin hospital in the small community of Blackberry Hill, a quiet town, when not inundated by summer tourists. She's more comfortable in teaching but wants to brush up on her nursing skills before moving on to a job in California. The thirty-two-year-old is getting over a canceled wedding and being jilted by her fiancé, and she has no plans to settle down. She does, however, need a place to live. The apartment complex she'd rented before arriving in town has burned and she has to find accommodations fast. She rents a seconded story room from a crotchety older man, but things don't work out well there.

When Ethan Matthews arrives at the hospital injured from an augur accident, he's told his wound is more serious than the hospital can handle, and they call for an airlift to a larger facility in Green Bay. Ethan resists because there will be no one to care for his ten-year-old son, Keifer, who has come to spend the summer with him. Abby steps in and promises to look after the boy. Things don't go according to plan, and en route to Ethan's remote farm, Abby's car gets mired in the mud. Worse, there's no cell signal, so she and Keifer have to trudge through a thunderstorm to get to the farmhouse. Abby knows chores need to be done, but she knows nothing about life on a far, and Keifer is little help. They manage, however, to rescue a newborn litter of pups and bring them inside for shelter.

The next day, Ethan arrives in time to rescue the city-bred Abby from another mishap. Ethan is a loner, and he's not looking forward to sharing his farm with Abby, but when she's evicted from her rental for being too noisy, he and Abby decide they can mutually help one another. She gets room and board in exchange for cooking dinner and looking after his son when he's out. The arrangement suits both of them; neither is looking for an attachment, but when accidents begin to happen, they must work together to find out who-or what-is behind the mishaps. As they spend time together, each of them tries to hide their feelings for one another.

Home at Blackberry Hill is one of Harlequin's Heartwarming series and is thoroughly enjoyable with likable, well-drawn characters and an interesting plot. This is a sweet romance, however, there's plenty of emotional feelings to warm the heart of any reader. While a few of the scenes seemed choppy and the ending a bit hurried, I enjoyed this first (for me) book in the Harlequin Heartwarming line.
  • Fearlessdweller
Home At Blackberry Hill by Roxanne Rustand. Originally published as A Temporary Arrangement
ISBN-978-0-373-36435-0 Third book in the Blackberry Hill Memorial Series.

Abby Cahill went to college with Erin Lang Reynolds. Erin is the Administrator at Blackberry Hill Memorial and needed a summer replacement for Grace who recently married and has retired. Abby worked as a nurse for three years and has been teaching and writing since then. After a broken engagement and a new job waiting for in California this fall she takes it. Arriving she finds her short term apartment has burned down and being a tourist town in summer she has a tough time finding a place to stay. When she does find somewhere the man it a bit crotchety and every noise bothers him. After a she offered to babysit Erin's three kids she gets evicted .

Ethan Matthews is being told he needs to go to the Green Bay hospital because his arm is cut up so bad he needs more specialized care to heal right. He only has his son, Keifer, for the summer. When he sees no way out of going it ends up Abby offers to take Keifer.

Abby finds herself stuck in mud, facing a wolf, animals out of their pens and on the loose, she needs to get to the animal shelter to save a dog before the next day, she has a ten year old she just met and it seems someone cut the chains on the animal gates intentionally and we can't forget Rufus the dog just have seven puppies. Then someone is trying to make Abby look bad at work when she is leaving in a few months anyways.

This was a really good series. I personally would suggest reading all three books to have the full picture even though they are all stand alone as well.
Almost a Family Book 1, A Man She Can Trust Book 2, Home at Blackberry Hill Book 3

Book received from NetGalley for review
  • Agantrius
When Abby Cahill is evicted from her rented room, she lands at Ethan Matthews' farm. But she's not looking for an attachment and the solitary biologist who seems to shun others. He on the other hand, finds himself more attracted to the city-raised nurse than he cares to admit. In fact, it's beginning to feel a little too much like home.

R.N and teaching nurse, Abby Cahill, takes a summer job as Director of Nursing in a Northern Wisconsin hospital in the small community of Blackberry Hill, a quiet town, when not inundated by summer tourists. She's more comfortable in teaching but wants to brush up on her nursing skills before moving on to a job in California. The thirty-two-year-old is getting over a canceled wedding and being jilted by her fiancé, and she has no plans to settle down. She does, however, need a place to live. The apartment complex she'd rented before arriving in town has burned and she has to find accommodations fast. She rents a seconded story room from a crotchety older man, but things don't work out well there.

When Ethan Matthews arrives at the hospital injured from an auger accident, he's told his wound is more serious than the hospital can handle, and they call for an airlift to a larger facility in Green Bay. Ethan resists because there will be no one to care for his ten-year-old son, Keifer, who has come to spend the summer with him. Abby steps in and promises to look after the boy. Things don't go according to plan, and en route to Ethan's remote farm, Abby's car gets mired in the mud. Worse, there's no cell signal, so she and Keifer have to trudge through a thunderstorm to get to the farmhouse. Abby knows chores need to be done, but she knows nothing about life on a far, and Keifer is little help. They manage, however, to rescue a newborn litter of pups and bring them inside for shelter.

The next day, Ethan arrives in time to rescue the city-bred Abby from another mishap. Ethan is a loner, and he's not looking forward to sharing his farm with Abby, but when she's evicted from her rental for being too noisy, he and Abby decide they can mutually help one another. She gets room and board in exchange for cooking dinner and looking after his son when he's out. The arrangement suits both of them; neither is looking for an attachment, but when accidents begin to happen, they must work together to find out who-or what-is behind the mishaps. As they spend time together, each of them tries to hide their feelings for one another.

Home at Blackberry Hill is one of Harlequin's Heartwarming series and is thoroughly enjoyable with likable, well-drawn characters and an interesting plot. This is a sweet romance, however, there's plenty of emotional feelings to warm the heart of any reader. Some of the scenes were a bit choppy. I also found the ending just a bit hurried, but Ms. Rustand's compelling characters and flowing prose made up for any shortcomings in the manuscript. If Home at Blackberry Hill is typical of Harlequin's Heartwarming line, I highly recommend you give it a try.

Originally posted at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews
  • Pringles
R.N and teaching nurse, Abby Cahill, takes a summer job as Director of Nursing in a Northern Wisconsin hospital in the small community of Blackberry Hill, a quiet town, when not inundated by summer tourists. She's more comfortable in teaching but wants to brush up on her nursing skills before moving on to a job in California. The thirty-two-year-old is getting over a canceled wedding and being jilted by her fiancé, and she has no plans to settle down. She does, however, need a place to live. The apartment complex she'd rented before arriving in town has burned and she has to find accommodations fast. She rents a seconded story room from a crotchety older man, but things don't work out well there.

When Ethan Matthews arrives at the hospital injured from an augur accident, he's told his wound is more serious than the hospital can handle, and they call for an airlift to a larger facility in Green Bay. Ethan resists because there will be no one to care for his ten-year-old son, Keifer, who has come to spend the summer with him. Abby steps in and promises to look after the boy. Things don't go according to plan, and en route to Ethan's remote farm, Abby's car gets mired in the mud. Worse, there's no cell signal, so she and Keifer have to trudge through a thunderstorm to get to the farmhouse. Abby knows chores need to be done, but she knows nothing about life on a far, and Keifer is little help. They manage, however, to rescue a newborn litter of pups and bring them inside for shelter.

The next day, Ethan arrives in time to rescue the city-bred Abby from another mishap. Ethan is a loner, and he's not looking forward to sharing his farm with Abby, but when she's evicted from her rental for being too noisy, he and Abby decide they can mutually help one another. She gets room and board in exchange for cooking dinner and looking after his son when he's out. The arrangement suits both of them; neither is looking for an attachment, but when accidents begin to happen, they must work together to find out who-or what-is behind the mishaps. As they spend time together, each of them tries to hide their feelings for one another.

Home at Blackberry Hill is one of Harlequin's Heartwarming series and is thoroughly enjoyable with likable, well-drawn characters and an interesting plot. This is a sweet romance, however, there's plenty of emotional feelings to warm the heart of any reader. While a few of the scenes seemed choppy and the ending a bit hurried, I enjoyed this first (for me) book in the Harlequin Heartwarming line.
  • Bundis
Home At Blackberry Hill by Roxanne Rustand. Originally published as A Temporary Arrangement
ISBN-978-0-373-36435-0 Third book in the Blackberry Hill Memorial Series.

Abby Cahill went to college with Erin Lang Reynolds. Erin is the Administrator at Blackberry Hill Memorial and needed a summer replacement for Grace who recently married and has retired. Abby worked as a nurse for three years and has been teaching and writing since then. After a broken engagement and a new job waiting for in California this fall she takes it. Arriving she finds her short term apartment has burned down and being a tourist town in summer she has a tough time finding a place to stay. When she does find somewhere the man it a bit crotchety and every noise bothers him. After a she offered to babysit Erin's three kids she gets evicted .

Ethan Matthews is being told he needs to go to the Green Bay hospital because his arm is cut up so bad he needs more specialized care to heal right. He only has his son, Keifer, for the summer. When he sees no way out of going it ends up Abby offers to take Keifer.

Abby finds herself stuck in mud, facing a wolf, animals out of their pens and on the loose, she needs to get to the animal shelter to save a dog before the next day, she has a ten year old she just met and it seems someone cut the chains on the animal gates intentionally and we can't forget Rufus the dog just have seven puppies. Then someone is trying to make Abby look bad at work when she is leaving in a few months anyways.

This was a really good series. I personally would suggest reading all three books to have the full picture even though they are all stand alone as well.
Almost a Family Book 1, A Man She Can Trust Book 2, Home at Blackberry Hill Book 3

Book received from NetGalley for review
  • Gunos
When Abby Cahill is evicted from her rented room, she lands at Ethan Matthews' farm. But she's not looking for an attachment and the solitary biologist who seems to shun others. He on the other hand, finds himself more attracted to the city-raised nurse than he cares to admit. In fact, it's beginning to feel a little too much like home.

R.N and teaching nurse, Abby Cahill, takes a summer job as Director of Nursing in a Northern Wisconsin hospital in the small community of Blackberry Hill, a quiet town, when not inundated by summer tourists. She's more comfortable in teaching but wants to brush up on her nursing skills before moving on to a job in California. The thirty-two-year-old is getting over a canceled wedding and being jilted by her fiancé, and she has no plans to settle down. She does, however, need a place to live. The apartment complex she'd rented before arriving in town has burned and she has to find accommodations fast. She rents a seconded story room from a crotchety older man, but things don't work out well there.

When Ethan Matthews arrives at the hospital injured from an auger accident, he's told his wound is more serious than the hospital can handle, and they call for an airlift to a larger facility in Green Bay. Ethan resists because there will be no one to care for his ten-year-old son, Keifer, who has come to spend the summer with him. Abby steps in and promises to look after the boy. Things don't go according to plan, and en route to Ethan's remote farm, Abby's car gets mired in the mud. Worse, there's no cell signal, so she and Keifer have to trudge through a thunderstorm to get to the farmhouse. Abby knows chores need to be done, but she knows nothing about life on a far, and Keifer is little help. They manage, however, to rescue a newborn litter of pups and bring them inside for shelter.

The next day, Ethan arrives in time to rescue the city-bred Abby from another mishap. Ethan is a loner, and he's not looking forward to sharing his farm with Abby, but when she's evicted from her rental for being too noisy, he and Abby decide they can mutually help one another. She gets room and board in exchange for cooking dinner and looking after his son when he's out. The arrangement suits both of them; neither is looking for an attachment, but when accidents begin to happen, they must work together to find out who-or what-is behind the mishaps. As they spend time together, each of them tries to hide their feelings for one another.

Home at Blackberry Hill is one of Harlequin's Heartwarming series and is thoroughly enjoyable with likable, well-drawn characters and an interesting plot. This is a sweet romance, however, there's plenty of emotional feelings to warm the heart of any reader. Some of the scenes were a bit choppy. I also found the ending just a bit hurried, but Ms. Rustand's compelling characters and flowing prose made up for any shortcomings in the manuscript. If Home at Blackberry Hill is typical of Harlequin's Heartwarming line, I highly recommend you give it a try.

Originally posted at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews