With his father's rodeo legacy to continue and a prosperous spread to run, Walker Parrish has no time to dwell on wrecked relationships. But country-western sweetheart Casey Elder is out of the spotlight and back in Parable, Montana. And Walker can't ignore that his "act now, think later" passion for Casey has had consequences. Two teenage consequences! Keeping her children's paternity under wraps has always been part of Casey's plan to give them normal, uncomplicated lives. Now the best way to hold her family together seems to be to let Walker be a part of it - as her husband of convenience. Or will some secrets - like Casey's desire to be the rancher's wife in every way - unravel, with unforeseen results?
©2013 Linda Lael Miller (P)2013 Recorded Books
If I hadn't listened to it
There have been a few times that I didn't really like the beginning of a book but found with continued listening it would become an enjoyable story after a rough start. Not in this case! Each and every time I would continue to listen I found myself rolling my eyes and forcing myself to listen hoping it would get better. This is a book about an incredibly selfish, lying, deceitful woman that proudly goes to church and then returns home to the people she supposedly loves to lie some more...Gimme a break...my eyes are rolling just thinking about the story. No more Linda Lael Miller for me.
This was the worst story line anyone could come up with. I have read a couple of this authors books and thought that this one sounded okay but after about the fist hour of listening I was amazed that anyone could come up with such a ridiculous idea. To advertise this as romance is false advertising. It would be better in the comedy section and even better in total farce. It was not the narrators fault as I have listened to him read other stories. This was one that the author should have left in the garbage bin. Please do not waste your time on this one. I will not buy another of her stories. Bad!!!!
I loved this book every bit as much as the others in the series and hated to hit the pause button. It definitely stands on its own but is a welcome part of the series since you also get to catch up with the characters from previous books. Linda Lael Miller seldom fails to deliver and this is no exception. Well worth the credit - hope there is another book or two in the series.
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