Travis Grayson feels responsible for a serious injury to his long-time friend, Libby. Out of guilt, he proposes, much to her delight. Not long after, he meets Evaline Radcliffe, and she immediately steals his heart. He finds himself in a predicament: he's betrothed to one woman out of duty, and head over heels in love with another.
To make matters worse, Evaline eventually discovers his duplicity. Evaline has a problem of her own, and she enlists her father's help in solving it. Her father's solution is to arrange for her to be kidnapped.
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It is at the top one I will definitely listen to again
There were several for me I liked how Evaline's father helped her with her little problem
I think Evaline was my favorite
Yes and I did
This is a promising series with this first story on a par with Barbara Goss' others.
What a silly yet ethical hero we have in Travis who feels he has to propose marriage to Libby because of an accident while riding with her on his horse that has left her bedridden. Of course she accepts and this is when his troubles really begin.
All the characters play their parts very nicely and the story flows from scene to scene very smoothly. I loved Evaline. She is full of spunk and mischief and kept our hero on his toes.
There were quite a few moments when I just found myself being pulled into the story as if I was actually there.
The audiobook version was provided by the author at no cost and this is my unbiased review.
The Guilty Proposal
: Barbara Goss
I had a good idea where the plot was headed. A good book makes you feel for the characters. I despised several of them in this historical mid-western fiction. Looking forward to the next installment in the series.
The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed. Leonor A Woodworth gave a fine performance.
“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
Barbara Goss is a christian writer of this western romance. The narrator Leonor A Woodworth is new to me. I thought the narrator did a good performance, but sometimes it was difficult to differentiate the characters. This is a sweet and clean story where the main character must decide between guilt feelings or true love. I enjoyed this book for a change of pace compared to my normal listening genres. I was voluntarily provided with this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, narrator, and/or publisher.
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