In Book Three of the Prairie Hearts series by USA Today best-selling author Caroline Fyffe, two broken hearts just might find a second chance at love.
When widower Charlie Rose shows up looking for work at the struggling Cotton Ranch, no one knows he’s secretly trying to outrun trouble - and he intends to keep it that way. He wants to start over fresh in the small town of Logan Meadows, where his blind daughter can grow up safe…and where danger can’t find him.
Feisty and independent, Nell Page is determined to protect the Cotton Ranch, despite threats from the bank…and the mysterious stranger lurking on the ranch’s borders. In spite of her better judgment, Nell instantly feels drawn to handsome, dependable Charlie. The more they ride together through the beautiful Wyoming mountains and plains, the more their feelings grow into a love that could be strong enough to last forever. But will Charlie’s past catch up with him and dash their hopes for a future together?
©2014 Caroline Fyffe (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved
This was a wonderful story and it was brought to life by Kate. It gave me the chills when they were bringing the wild horses in. Caroline sure knows about ranch life as I know a few things about horses myself.
This is my first experience of listening to Kate Rudd performing/narrating. She did an awesome job of bringing Nell to life, along with all the other characters in Caroline's wonderful Old West story. A very enjoyable and engaging story, well worth your listen!
This is a nice "happily ever after" story. Nothing earthshaking but an escape to another era to rest your mind from the awful news, world events, etc we are subjected to daily.
The narrator was mediocre. I am not a fan of women's voices trying to sound like men, but she did a fine job.
I read this a couple years ago and now decided to listen to it since the audio book is included with kindle unlimited. The story and characters are great. This author is very good. The narrator of the first book was OK I guess, and the guy who read the second was horrible. This time, a woman reads it. She is better. Her voice reminds me of Elizabeth Banks. So if you are debating listening to this after suffering through the horrible guy from the last one, don't hesitate. He's not back.
spent the whole book worring about something that didn't matter. that is how the ending made me feel. it seemed like an easy way out of the situation. also, with the situation being so important to the male lead, it is really odd that we don't get invited into the scene... the character narrates that happened while we have to wait with the overwrought female... it really didn't work for me. shame because the horses part really did. I actually cared more for the horses then the people. (sorry for being vague, but don't want to ruin the book ending for you if you read it.)
narration was good. likes the different voice, sometimes forgot that it was a woman doing a guys voice.
Proud Canadian who loves Jesus, Dogs, Country Music, Lilacs, Gregory Peck movies and audio-books with a HEA.
I really enjoyed this heartwarming story. I wasn't sure how Maddie would be reunited with her father. It was lovely watching how God worked in the lives of these characters. I have to say that Seth stole my heart with his matchmaking ways!!
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