By the end of the previous episode she'd send the last of the city boys home.It had come down to Bubba Thompson, a cattleman from Geneva, Ala., and Jeremiah James Korfe, a farmer from Minnesota.Thompson, calm and confident, had swept Duke off her feet practically from their first meeting.Korfe, tongue-tied and shy, had been the wallflower in whom she sensed hidden but powerful emotion.Normally I turn this couch around and I hunt out of this window."Yeah," he continued as she laughed, "I've shot a lot of bucks out of that corner right there."That's what she said: "I told myself I wasn't gonna ever let myself get hurt again, and I wasn't ever gonna take any more risks with my dreams or my heart," Duke told Korfe.
MOBILE, Alabama -- The name of the show might have been "Sweet Home Alabama," but in the end, an Alabama cowboy had to watch a Minnesota dark horse gallop away with his dream girl.
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