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All That Matters book. Susan Lynton took pride in her job as assistant to a distinguished. I thought I had read all of Judith Duncan's books and didn't remember it at all. It was along the lines of her books. Emotional, Angsty and my kind of book!

Judith Duncan's stories are never about sophisticated urban boys and girls but rather about rural people living lives of quiet domesticity.

A western ranchin dads Harlequin. Judith Duncan's stories are never about sophisticated urban boys and girls but rather about rural people living lives of quiet domesticity. I particularly liked this old title from the late 1980s. Briefly, Susan Lynton works for a government minister in Ottawa as his assistant. Nearly 30, she has had a fairly uneventful life but enjoys her job and has a good working and personal relationship with her boss - a man of her own father's generation.

by. Duncan, Judith A. Publication date. Toronto ; New York : Harlequin Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by paul nguyen on April 6, 2010.

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Judith Duncan is a popular author of romance novels published primarily by Harlequin Enterprises between 1983 and 2002. During the period when Duncan was actively publishing, she lived and worked in Alberta, Canada

Judith Duncan is a popular author of romance novels published primarily by Harlequin Enterprises between 1983 and 2002. During the period when Duncan was actively publishing, she lived and worked in Alberta, Canada. She based many of her books in this region. She has been heavily involved in local writers groups in a variety of roles. In particular, she has been active in the organisation and running courses designed to develop writing and publishing skills.

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Murphy Munroe was shocked to realize that he wanted to be with his tiny, precious son around the clock. Bedtime stories, midnight feedings. Murphy couldn't bear to miss a single moment with his child-or its mother. That was the problem Murphy desperately longed to take care of Jordan Kennedy and the baby. The free online library containing 500000+ books.

Judith Duncan (Duncan, Judith). used books, rare books and new books. Find all books by 'Judith Duncan' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Judith Duncan'. All That Matters (Western Lovers: Ranchin' Dads ISBN 9780373885169 (978-0-373-88516-9) Softcover, Harlequin Books, 1987. ISBN 9780373575091 (978-0-373-57509-1) Softcover, Worldwide Bk. 1989.

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Save bookmarks and read as many as you like. Murphy Munroe was shocked to realize that he wanted to be with his tiny, precious son around the clock. But they couldn't make their relationship work before parenthood complicated things.

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READ THEM ALL WHEN I WAS READING ROMANCE AND JUDITH DUNCAN'S WERE BY FAR THE BEST.... loved this one as well.
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I have been reading some of this author's very old titles this summer and can report that this one is well worth seeking out. Judith Duncan's stories are never about sophisticated urban boys and girls but rather about rural people living lives of quiet domesticity. I particularly liked this old title from the late 1980s.

Briefly, Susan Lynton works for a government minister in Ottawa as his assistant. Nearly 30, she has had a fairly uneventful life but enjoys her job and has a good working and personal relationship with her boss - a man of her own father's generation. One summer he suggests that she take an extended summer break and travel to rural Alberta to fill in as cook on his nephew's ranch. She is taken with the idea and travels out to take up the job.

45 year old Jason Chisholm's wife left him some years ago, leaving him with a huge ranch and four children to bring up. Although all concerned have been marked by their experiences, none are dramatically traumatised and life has been moving on.

Much of the story takes place, literally, in the ranch kitchen and Susan learns to cope with feeding a family of hungry kids and the adults who do the hard and unending ranch work. There is much description of the housework, doing the laundry for a large family, gardening, cooking, dressmaking, etc that takes place on an isolated ranch. Although this might sound boring, the author's intimate descriptions of these domestic activities (which most of us, her readers fulfil ourselves) nevertheless make for satisfying reading.

Gradually, of course, Jason and Susan fall in love. Susan develops a close relationship with his eldest daughter but, one day the daughter catches them embracing and the girl is unable to handle it. Despite having agreed to marry Jason, Susan feels compelled to leave the ranch.

Of course, eventually everyone is reconciled, love wins out and everyone is happy. Indeed, nothing much dramatic happens in this story - its charm lies in the intimacy, domesticity and sheer likeability of all of the main characters.

I highly recommend this old title; it's well written, the descriptive narrative is first class and, overall, it's one of Judith Duncan's best.
All That Matters ebook
Author:
Judith Duncan
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Contemporary
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Harlequin (January 1, 1987)
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