If only ER doc Sarah Sullivan could get the ornery cowboy she's loved since she was a girl to cooperate, she could move on with her life, and maybe even think about starting a family. But he's pulling away, and she doesn't know why. What she does know is that she can't imagine life without him.
Ex-con Cal Landon lives in fear of the day his ugly past catches up with him and takes away the best thing he's ever known, Sarah Sullivan. Cal would die to protect her, but she deserves better than a world-weary ranch hand. Even though it's way past time for him to leave her family's Montana spread, he can't bring himself to let go.
When Sarah proposes at Christmastime, Cal has no choice but to walk away. Then a hostage crisis hurls Sarah into a life-and-death situation, and the love that made Cal leave sends him racing back to her side, straight into danger. He will get her out alive or die trying.
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I did not read previous book but felt like I got dropped into a well made story nonetheless. It was great. I was in the mood for a brief visit to the land of cowboys, horses and Montana. Thank you. The romance was convincing and hot.
I am an avid reader and listener of all types of books. I am always willing to try any book or audiobook.
I was gifted this audio ARC from the author for a honest and unbiased review
Ones again Toni has done a great job writing Her Risk to Take
I had some laughs but seriously it was fun listening to this book at the beginning Ryan the brother of Sarah telling Kal to make the first move. But instead in the late evening she goes to his cabin. Now you must buy the book and find out what happens.
Eric did a fabulous job of keeping me engaged in the book.
I would highly recommend any books written by Toni Anderson or narrated by Eric Dove.
The author provided me with a complimentary copy of this audiobook with no expectation of a review. This book was okay but not one of my favorites. The chemistry felt forced. Maybe because it's only novella length, but other authors have managed to pull off chemistry in novella length books. Just not this one.
Also, not sure what was up with the narrator's choice for the main female characters voice. There were other female character voices he used that sounded more feminine than the main character's voice.
The story itself was okay. It was rushed in spots, drug out in others. There was a twist at the end I didn't expect. If this novella is part of a series, I might consider continuing with the rest of the series if the books were novel length, but the blurb, cover, and reviews would have to be really good to convince me otherwise if they were novellas
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