As the twin sisters - one of whom is nasty, the other nice - both find themselves pursuing Chad Kinkaid, the cowboy son of a neighboring ranching family, Lindsey skillfully charts the intoxicating course of first love - and all of love's attendant twists and turns - which ends in one of the Laton twins winning the heart of a man she can call her own.
©2004 Johanna Lindsey; (P)2004 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Twists and turns galore and a Wild West setting make for a delightful romp by veteran romance writer Lindsey." (Booklist)
"Laural Merlington depicts city-bred twins Amanda and Marion with style and wit in this story of loss and first love....Merlington's Texas drawl, depicting cowboy Chad Kincaid, is outstanding." (AudioFile)
I've always loved Johanna Lyndsey's books. A Man to Call My Own holds a special place in my heart because it was the first novel I read by her. I've been hooked ever since. if you like a love that plays hard to get, you'll love this book. The narrator is awesome and perfectly captures the western feel and various characters.
I love audible in my spare time.What precious time I have ,I work with special needs adults that gives me the most challenging job.
I did not like the loooong stretch of Mariam and Chad to figure out who he slept with .... The narrator was a disappointment. Slow .. No emotion .. Impersonating the the Cowboys was just sad . The women should of been more feminine . I would not recommend this audio book to my friends ! Slow and boring 😳
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