The story was another great installment of the Chase Ranch but this narrator drove me insane with her fake accents making the men sound like imbeciles. I think in this case I'd rather read the book then listen to it.
Lori Wilde hits another home run. I love Twilight, TX from the beautiful descriptions of the town to the people who live there. These town's members always help a person out. When Carrie finds out that that her high school sweetheart is returning with a reality TV show. The town pulls together to keep her secret from being discovered. Raylene, who owns the town's Horny Toad Bar with her husband, shows that true love can survive anything. Once Earl finds out her secret, he leaves to deal with the information. Shannon becomes her barmaid while Earl is gone but seems to remind her of someone though she can't quite put her finger on it. Will Earl return? Then there is Christine, who had dreams of becoming an Olympic hopeful that were crushed after a terrible accident when she was 16. She owns and runs the towns bakery. In walks the man who was her high school crush asking for a cake for his daughter. Will she finally have the family she's always dreamed of?
I love the littlest story at the end with Jesse and Flynn - it was the perfect touch to finish the book.
I look forward to reading other stories set in this little town. Each one is a perfect jewel that you'll want to hold onto.
In the Northern Rebel, the story could have been great had I been able to get past the narrator. She sounded like a computer recording, each and every word was very enunciated. The only time that she sounded half way normal was when she spoke in the different people's voices.
I'm tempted to stop listening to this book and just read it as the story line seems great.
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