A clean historical western cowboy romance.
When Torsten O'Conner's false love leaves him for another man, he decides a change of scenery just might be in order. His brother, Kieran, is now the mayor of New Hope, Montana, and the prospect of putting Ireland far behind him and starting fresh as a homesteader in America might be just the thing.
But the life of a homesteader isn't just hard, it's brutally lonely. At his friends' urging, Torn writes off for a wife from the east only to have a villain from his past arrive on the train.
Can Torn let go of his old feeling and put down his demons in order to take a chance on love?
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Book 4 in this series is quite the unusual adventure! Like the previous books this one has well written characters, an interesting story, and plenty of quirkiness to go around. I definatey recommend this series to everyone who enjoys good clean western romances.
The narrator has the perfect western style voice for this series. He does accents very well and I appreciate that each voice was unique. Well done!
It was a pleasure to have the opportunity to review this series. I would like to thank the author, narrator, or publisher for providing me this audiobook at no cost in exchange for my unbiased review. 😉
This has to be my favorite book out of the series!! This one had a love triangle… a psychotic ex-lover… and all of the past characters we have got to know and love… I found this book really interesting and listened to this all in one sitting… Highly Recommended!
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I listened to audiobooks before they were cool! I read for LibriVox and I adore Stephen Briggs, T.G. Reynolds and Richard Armitage.
When your ex is a madwoman and you order a new bride, nothing much is going to happen, right? Right?
Ha! This is a full-on detective story that will involve half the town!
This is my third book of Amelia Rose's "Montana passion books", and boy, she's ramping up the action! I mean, you don't even need to read my review. Go listen to this! Charles D. Baker is the narrator, and it's a pleasure to listen to him.
Amelia Rose's books are full of chivalry, honesty, loving acceptance and people coming to understand different points of view. She does not preach though, she shows a beautiful story full of the right values.
A great series, this one. Thank you, Lady Amelia! Can we have like 25 more books, please? And then make it into a TV series, please :D
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I might, it was a great story and kept my attention
I am not sure
I have listened the the Montana passion books that he has narrated, I think he does great in all of them including this one
yes, i was interested in learning how they got rid of the unwelcome
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You cannot help but fall in love with this segment of the Montana Passion series. Torn comes to Montana, escaping a broken heart. A military man, he had returned home in Ireland to find his betrothed with another man. He comes to Montana to live near his brother Kieran and sets out to get a mail order bride. After several letters, he has Ginny come out...but where is she? The weather hinders their meeting, and letters are not being delivered. When she finally makes it, she meets Torn, and is balled over when Torn's Ex, Diana pounces on him and says she is there to marry him. Heartbreak and suspense follow as things go under way to get these two together. The question is will their love survive...or better yet, will they survive long enough to get married? Moira and Gretchen play an important role in this book..they are like old friends now, love the interaction between the stories. Makes it feel like you are coming home.
Charles D Baker still is giving us wonderful performances. I love his Irish brogue. He makes me smile and cry, all indication that he is a wonderful narrator.
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A sweet clean western fiction romance. We are back in New Hope, Montana with old friends. This story brings together Torn and Virginia who answered his ad for a mail order bride. The day she arrives, the woman who broke his heart back in Ireland "Diana" shows up and the drama begins. Who, if anyone will prevail in the end.
The narration was well done.The characters were well portrayed. Charles D. Baker has a most pleasant voice, and his accents and enthusiasm are delightful.
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I love the way the author brings people from the previous stories into each new book in her series. They are all like one large happy family. I can't wait to listen to more in this series as New Hope continues to grow. This book had more action than the others as Toreston waits and waits for his new bride to show, she was detained due to a snow storm. His wait pays off when they finally get the tracks cleared so the train could get to town. He was happy to see his new gorgeous bride introduce herself. at the same time a part of his past, one he had tried hard to forget, intruded on his future happiness. Can he win the fight of his past before it destroys his future wife?
Another wonderful story in the series of a sweet clean mail order bride romances. I highly recommend this to anyone of any age.
Charles D Baker is becoming the voice I expect to hear in Amelia Rose's books. He has the perfect voice for the series set in the old west at a time mail order brides were the best chance of finding a wife. His voice is strong and clear with excellent use of emotions, and a nice range of male female voices. Though I'm beginning to think the narrator lives by a heavily used road or interstate as I can occasionally hear what could be traffic in the background. Only a minor annoyance that can live with, most times you would have to strain to hear what I can hear. I honestly don't believe anyone else could do as good of a narration as he does for this series.
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