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A Shared Range: Stories from the Range | [Andrew Grey]

A Shared Range: Stories from the Range

After a year in medical school, Dakota Holden returned home to take care of the family business full time and help his father cope with multiple sclerosis. Devoted to his family, Dakota allows himself just one week of vacation a year, which he spends in some exotic location having all the fun he can stand. On his last vacation, a cruise, Dakota struck up a friendship with Phillip Reardon, and it fills an important role in Dakota’s life. So when Phillip decides to take Dakota up on his invitation to visit the ranch, Dakota is happy to see him and meet his veterinarian friend....
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Stories from the Range: Book One

After a year in medical school, Dakota Holden returned home to take care of the family business full time and help his father cope with multiple sclerosis. Devoted to his family, Dakota allows himself just one week of vacation a year, which he spends in some exotic location having all the fun he can stand. On his last vacation, a cruise, Dakota struck up a friendship with Phillip Reardon, and it fills an important role in Dakota’s life.

So when Phillip decides to take Dakota up on his invitation to visit the ranch, Dakota is happy to see him and meet his veterinarian friend, Wally Schumacher. Despite Wally’s inclination to help the wolves Dakota’s men shoot to protect the cattle, he and Dakota find they have a lot in common, including a fierce attraction. But they’ll have to decide if the Wyoming range is big enough for Dakota’s cattle, Wally’s wolves, and their love.

©2010 Andrew Grey (P)2013 Andrew Grey

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    Jeffrey Austin Texas, United States 02-26-14
    Jeffrey Austin Texas, United States 02-26-14 Member Since 2011
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    "Missed Many Marks For Me"

    Where do I begin? Well, the story felt unnatural, kind of contrived. I finally stopped listening when out of the blue, a very minor character suddenly announces his homosexuality out of nowhere for really no good reason that has anything to do with anything in a strange attempt to add drama, where none was really needed. I had great sympathy for the protagonist wanting to take care of his sick father, but by dropping out of medical school? Really?? Does the author know how incredibly difficult it is to get into medical school and how incredibly proud his father would be to have his son complete that arduous journey not to mention he deprived some poor soul of that spot in his class? Disgusting actually.

    The narration was confusing to me, trying to add accents and inflections that never made any sense to me not to mention his attempts to do female voices was very poor. Then there's the road trip with the sudden appearance of Wally with Phillip. The details of their trip out west was pointless and boring, just as it would be pointless and boring for me to go on. I might try one more Andrew Grey story in the future, but with no expectations.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Paul Luthi Dennis, Texas 04-01-13
    Paul Luthi Dennis, Texas 04-01-13 Member Since 2011

    I am a 30 year old over-the-road truck driver. I listen to A LOT of audiobooks!

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    "Probably Andrew Grey's Best"

    I loved this book! After reading almost all of Andrew Grey's "Love Means..." series, which all follow a similar storyline and the same setting, it is a refreshing change. The characters are likeable and the story is easy to follow. I can't wait to listen again!

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    Riva 04-11-13
    Riva 04-11-13
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    "Sweet Story but just OK narration"
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    Maybe


    What do you think the narrator could have done better?

    I did not like the narrator's interpretation of Dakota. He made him sound like a 10 year old girl. Dakota is suppose to be a 200+lb cowboy, WTF? On the other hand Wally has a deep baritone voice. It was weird.


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    Not really.


    Any additional comments?

    If you enjoy sweet cowboy stories, you'll like this book. Just try to ignore the high pitched voice of Dakota.

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