Eagle, Kathleen.

The last good man / by Kathleen Eagle. - Memphis, TN : Bell Bridge Books, c2000. - vi, 252 p. ; 23 cm. - Nancy Floyd Haworth Foundation collection . - Nancy Floyd Haworth Foundation collection. .

Purchase of this book made possible by a grant from the Nancy Floyd Haworth Foundation, Albuquerque, NM.

A novel about the challenges of breast cancer, reconstructive surgery, and the emotional aftermath. Gorgeous, famous Savannah Stephens is back and no one in her hometown, Sunbonnet, Wyoming, really knows why. Especially not Clay Keogh, the good-hearted rancher who has loved her from afar since they were kids. Whatever her secrets, it's clear that she's deeply troubled and needs a shoulder to lean on. Clay is there for her, and she soon realizes that he's a very special man. But until she can bring herself to share the painful truth about her fall from stardom, the emotional distance between her and Clay may separate them forever.

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Breast--Cancer--Patients--Fiction.
Man-woman relationships--Fiction.


Wyoming--Fiction.


Western stories.
Romance fiction.

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