A sassy redhead with an axe to grind…
After catching her husband kissing another woman in the barn, Loretta Sullivan Bailey left Lonesome Canyon Ranch and swore she’d never come back. But when her daughter threatens to drop out of college to become a rancher’s wife, Loretta refuses to let her baby make the same mistake she did. She returns to the ranch, determined to get her daughter back in school by the summer’s end…and resolute on ignoring her feelings for her ex-husband.
A bullheaded but oh so sexy cowboy…
A cowboy from his hat to his boots, ruggedly handsome rancher Jackson Bailey is none too pleased that his feisty - and gorgeous - ex-wife has suddenly shown up seventeen years after their divorce. But despite all their fighting and fussing, the two stubborn former lovers soon discover that old flames burn the hottest. Can they finally put aside their differences and find happiness together…forever?
©2014 Carolyn Brown (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved
Just read "long hot Texas Summers" before "Daisies In the Canyon" it will make story flow better.
Nice fill good books.
Long Hot Texas Summer was a book that transported me to a Texas ranch. I love how the characters walk down memory lane. Any book that can remind you of what its like to skinny dip and sneak a beer as a teenager is a great book. I loved the story, the characters and the romance. I can't wait to listen to it again.
Loretta Sullivan Bailey juggles being a mother, daughter, sister and divorced woman with class and style. She isn't one to back down or hold her tongue. The woman is a perfect combination of strength and venerability. Not to mention she knows how to handle a hot cowboy.
Some how Laural Merlington made Jackson sound so very sexy. His voice sent a little shiver down my spine.
The elderly cook, Rosie, because she is a senior still running a house and telling people the truth. I love her spunk and her wit. She reminds me of a perfect grandmother or housekeeper.
Long Hot Texas Summer was a fun book that I couldn't put down. Its hard to get the southern accent and feel just right. Miz Carolyn Brown and narrator Laural Merlington did a great job. Its a book that I will listen to again and again. Every time I listen to it, I'll feel like I'm revisiting Texas, my youth and my present.
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