Sexy, independent corporate executive Casey Harrington's life and career were shaped by a childhood Christmas wish left unfulfilled. Now, 20 years later, on a Colorado cattle ranch, she finally gets everything she's always wanted - both a hot cowboy and a dream job.
But Bonner "Blue" Boyd is a rancher and Casey is a New Yorker, and even if the sex between them is hot enough to start a prairie fire, they both know that city and country might mix for a week, but it can't work for a lifetime. Or can it?
When a dramatic turn of events reunite Bonner and Casey, this time on her turf in her city, she has to prove to her displaced cowboy he belongs with her, no matter where they end up. Luckily, Casey knows the quickest way to a man's heart is slightly lower than his stomach.
©2011 Cat Johnson (P)2012 Literary Partners Group, Inc.
The narrator Ginger Perkins
Characters were all great but the narrator put them to shame
I just could not finish the book her voice hurt my ears
Just the Narrator
A shame about the narrator for a talented author like Cat Johnson
Cat Johnson - Yes
Ginger Perkins - No F-ing Way! She had everyone from the heroine to all the male characters sounding like the "stupid" character from old western movies. Complete with voice cracking and going up and down like a adolescent boy. Not to mention the over-acting.
I think Ginger Perkins has made it to my No. 1 spot of worst narrators. Too bad for Cat.
The narration was so bad I don't remember much about the story. I guess I tuned more out than I thought I had.
Again, had to tune out the horrible overacted, 1930's style narration by Perkins.
I like Cat Johnson's books. But who the heck put Perkins in front of a microphone? The perfect punishment would be to make them listen to every recording Perkins made, after they were made to listen to some of the best narrators in the business like Therese Plunmer, Johanna Parker, and Kaleo Griffith.
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Always consider listening to a book time well spent
Enjoyable but not inspiring
Light story which is pleasant enough
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