From best-selling author Rachael Herron comes another funny and sexy romcom set in the sleepy California town of Cypress Hollow.
Cora has been hurt too many times, and by one man in particular...."Rachael Herron tells the kinds of stories that make you want to lean in closer." (Erin Bried)
Abandoned by her mother and widowed in her mid-20s, Cora Sylvan has learned the hard way that you should take nothing in life for granted. So everything is planned out to the last detail - from how to run her farm on a shoestring, to how to survive a major earthquake.
Unfortunately there's nothing in those notes to cover the return of the infuriatingly handsome Mac Wildwood, her husband's cousin, the man she loved and lost. And Mac, it seems, has a shattering plan of his own up his sleeve.
Cora Sylvan safeguarded everything - but she didn't protect her heart....
©2013 Rachael Herron (P)2014 Rachael Herron
The narrator - she did not fit into this series.
I so wanted to give this book more stars, I really did. Cora's Heart was good, but it was no where near as good and attention-getting as the first three books of this series. The story seemed to drag on and on and about nothing. It took everything out of me to finish it and that's a shame.
The new narrator did not help any. I didn't think she was suited for these books. It really put a damper on this series for me. Cora sounded like a little girl, at least to me. At times, I had a hard time differentiating between the different characters.
I'm sorry but this book just didn't do it for me.
The story is very boring the narrator isn't very good. I've tried 3 or 4 times to get through it and just can't.
I guess I will have to buy ebook or hard copy to continue this series. Barbara Edelman ruined this book for me. Sorry Audible.
If you love small town romance with fully fleshed-out, living, breathing, flawed characters, you will love Cora's Heart. This book had it all--love, laughs, and some steamy scenes that added to the story. The narrator was wonderful with a rich voice that was soothing and compelling at the same time. I loved this listen and will be looking for more from Rachael Herron.
May have been the narrator, but had to fast forward through what I considered way too graphic sex scenes (twice). One description was over 5 minutes. Not my cup of tea,. The narrators voice attempting to do a male's voice made him sound like a sleazy character, which he wasn't.
Maybe the author and narrator
I don't know. But I would rather have a female narrator not attempt to do a man's voice.
Yes, but I didn't like the male voices.
None come to mind.
Get new job.
The only thing I didn't like about Barbra's performance was her male voices were bad. She made Mac sound like he was in his 70's.
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