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Lone Tree by [O'Keefe, Bobbie]
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Lainie Johnson travels to the Lone Tree ranch in West Texas after her mother's death in order to meet her maternal grandfather--who doesn't even know she exists. Because of the twenty-five-year estrangement between her mother and grandfather, however, Lainie doesn't tell him who she is, wanting first to find out what kind of man he is before inviting him into her life.

Three strong threads run through Lone Tree, tying Lainie to the ranch and its characters and the nearby town. Reed, the sexy cowboy who won't take no for an answer supplies the romantic spark. Miles Auburn, Lainie's implacable grandfather, provides conflict and opposition as well as a gradually developing bond. And when Lainie befriends Jackie Lyn from town, they're each marked for violence by Jackie's husband, who's in prison but is on his way out.

Romance, suspense, danger, laughs, and tears, along with unforgettable characters, fill the pages of Lone Tree.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1415 KB
  • Print Length: 350 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0098TKGOE
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa20aa534) out of 5 stars 15 reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1f31d80) out of 5 stars highly contagious Feb. 12 2013
By queenpanda - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Lone Tree
Bobbie O'keefe

Lone Tree is a pleasure to read. Lainie is a great texas girl with the accent. Every encounter with Laine is an exceptional one.
Whatever Bobbie's intent was for the characters in this story was a great one. She has outdone herself building the storyline and characters as I have felt that I
was in the story along with them.I read the book in one night as I could not put it down for wondering what would happen next. I have reread this book multiple times and was caught of guard with all the story.
Bobbie leaves you wanting more in every page you turn. Bobbie has done an exceptional job. I recommend this book to every one.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1f31cfc) out of 5 stars Finding Love and Coming Home Aug. 14 2011
By Just me, anonymously me - Published on
Format: Hardcover
I had the pleasure of reading Bobbie O'Keefe's Lone Tree. As a Texas girl myself, it was like having a taste of home for me. I loved reading some of the things those guys would say, certain phrases that are so Texas. Later in the book, when Lainie returns to California, and everyone notices her accent, put a smile on my face. Having been well into my talking years before my family moved to Texas, I know how easily that accent is picked up, and all these years after leaving Texas, I still have my twang and key phrases that mark me as a Texas girl.
Lainie's reason for visiting Texas was a powerful one. Every encounter between her and Miles leaves you holding your breath. You anticipate how this meeting will go. You may be wrong, but you are never disappointed. You are suspicious of everyone's motives, actions and thoughts. At times, you want to scream at Lainie for the choices she is making, but she seems to have a good reason for each of those decisions.
Enter in the sexy, Texas cowboy. I love the way O'Keefe introduced him to the story. I wonder if she always planned for him to be a major part of Lainie's adventure or if he was originally meant as a piece of eye candy for her to get a taste of Texas. Whatever her original intent, she did a wonderful job building his character and the secondary (or was it the primary) storyline.
Night after night, I hated to put Lone Tree down. I found myself lying in bed, speculating on where the Lone Tree Ranch was going to lead me tomorrow. When the story lines began to explode, one right after the other, it was in a totally unexpected way. I was caught off guard when Lainie was caught off guard. This is what makes a story all the better to me.
I try to anticipate where a writer is going; sometimes I have the whole story figured out within the first few pages. This was definitely not the case with Bobbie O'Keefe's Lone Tree. She left me wanting to see more of life on Lone Tree Ranch. This is not to say the story is incomplete, rather that more stories could be told.
O'Keefe did an excellent job with this story. I recommend it to all who love a good romance or a good story of coming home again.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1f386c0) out of 5 stars Great until it ticked me off March 22 2013
By Tina - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I absolutely loved the first 2/3s of the book. I thought the characters were well written and I liked them. I enjoyed the growing relationship between the hero and heroine. I thought the side story of Lainie's friend, Jackie, was artfully suspenseful. Things were moving along very nicely until the dramatic revealing scene where Lainie confronts her grandfather then storms off the ranch. After that point, I really didn't even like her anymore. I mean really? This girl had suposedly read a letter from her mother regarding misplaced pride so many times she had it memorized. Did she suddenly forget all about it? The wasted time with her family made me angry. I won't ready this book again, but I think the author is a skilled writer and I will probably check out other titles from her.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa20a2444) out of 5 stars Love this book! Sept. 14 2012
By P. L. - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Lone Tree is one of my favorites of Bobbie O'Keefe's works. It is filled with characters you'll care about. You'll want each of them to get what is coming to them, be it love, reconciliation, forgiveness, justice, healing, or happiness. You will feel Lainie's pain at the loss of her mother, as well as her fears, indecisions and struggles as she comes to terms with a grandfather she never knew and her growing feelings for a Texas cowboy.

I'm so happy more of O'Keefe's works are now in Kindle format!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa20adbdc) out of 5 stars Loved the story! March 24 2013
By Sun Girl - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This is a "New" author for me...Bobbie O’Keefe, I absolutely loved the way she drew you into this story and kept my attention from the beginning to the end. I was sad to finish it, it was one of those stories that you wished you could continue to read and find out even more of their life story. I will definitely be reading more books by this author and highly recommend them to those who love a good romance with a fantastic smooth tale.