New York Times best-selling author Elizabeth Lowell adds a bold chapter to her impressive body of romantic fiction with Only Love. She has won the Romance Writers of America’s Lifetime Achievement Award and has over seven million copies of her works in print.
Shannon Conner grew up in a Colorado cabin, isolated from the world. Now she lives as a lonely young widow in the cold mountains. Forced to fend for herself, Shannon valiantly attempts to deflect the harassment of local bullies, but she is grossly outnumbered. However, when Rafael "Whip" Moran, the man who will defend her honor, enters her life, everything changes. Unprepared for the feelings Whip unleashes within her, Shannon is torn between her fear of this rugged stranger and a burning desire to be with him.
Richard Ferrone’s seductive narration will have listeners enthralled by Lowell’s passion-filled prose.
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Devotee of multi-tasking, keen gardener and cross-stitcher. Now able to do both AND listen to stories at the same time. Bliss.
This is the fourth story in the 'Only' series. In order there are 'Only His', 'Only Mine', 'Only You' and 'Only Love'. In my opinion 'Only His' is the best of the four stories, but a close second would be 'Only You'. 'Only Mine' has a very odd start to it which left me very unsympathetic with the heroine, but I did warm to it by the end. 'Only Love' is probably the weakest of the four stories, but I still found Elizabeth Lowell's description of the scenery enthralling and the settings of these four stories were really a large part of the appeal. Richard Ferrone has a wonderfully warm and soothing voice which was perfect for the male characters, and he did as well as any man could (with such a deep voice) for the ladies!
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