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The Lemon Orchard

After the death of her daughter, Julie housesits the Mailbu home of her aunt and uncle where she finds herself drawn to Roberto, the handsome man who oversees the lemon orchard and whose daughter was lost but never found.

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  • "After the death of her daughter, Julie housesits the Mailbu home of her aunt and uncle where she finds herself drawn to Roberto, the handsome man who oversees the lemon orchard and whose daughter was lost but never found."@en
  • "After the death of her daughter, Julie housesits the Mailbu home of her aunt and uncle where she finds herself drawn to Roberto, the handsome man who oversees the lemon orchard and whose daughter was lost but never found."
  • "-- The Lemon Orchard In the five years since Julia last visited her aunt and uncle?s home in Malibu, her life has been turned upside down by her daughter?s death. She expects to find nothing more than peace and solitude as she house-sits with only her dog, Bonnie, for company. But she finds herself drawn to the handsome man who oversees the lemon orchard. Roberto expertly tends the trees, using the money to support his extended Mexican family. What connection could these two people share? The answer comes as Roberto reveals the heartbreaking story of his own loss?a pain Julia knows all too well, but for one striking difference: Roberto?s daughter was lost but never found. And despite the odds he cannot bear to give up hope. Set in the sea and citrus-scented air of the breathtaking Santa Monica Mountains, The Lemon Orchard."@en
  • "In the five years since Julia visited her aunt and uncle's home in Malibu, her life has been turned upside down by her daughter's death. She expects to find nothing more than peace and solitude as she house-sits with only her dog, Bonnie, for company. But she finds herself drawn to the handsome man who oversees the lemon orchard. Roberto expertly tends the trees to support his extended Mexican family. What connection could these two people share? The answer comes as Roberto reveals the story of his own loss - a pain Julia knows all too well, but for one difference: Roberto's daughter was lost but never found. And despite the odds he cannot bear to give up hope."
  • "After the death of her daughter, Julie housesits the Malibu home of her aunt and uncle where she finds herself drawn to Roberto, the handsome man who oversees the lemon orchard and whose daughter was lost but never found."
  • "In the five years since Julia visited her aunt and uncle's home in Malibu, her life has been turned upside down by her daughter's death. She expects to find nothing more than peace and solitude as she house-sits with only her dog, Bonnie, for company. But she finds herself drawn to the handsome man who oversees the lemon orchard. Roberto expertly tends the trees to support his extended Mexican family. What connection could these two people share? The answer comes as Roberto reveals the story of his own loss -- a pain Julia knows all too well, but for one difference: Roberto's daughter was lost but never found. And despite the odds he cannot bear to give up hope."

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  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "Fiction."
  • "Love stories."@en
  • "Love stories."
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"

http://schema.org/name

  • "Lemon orchard."
  • "The Lemon Orchard"@en
  • "The Lemon Orchard."
  • "The lemon orchard /"
  • "The lemon orchard /"@en
  • "The lemon orchard"@en
  • "Lemon Orchard."@en