June needed a fresh start after her father's passing. Deciding to leave the city and go work on a ranch, she never expected to meet a young handsome cowboy named Harlan. They don't fall in love at first but when Harlan gets hurt and June comes to his aid sparks start to fly.
Will June be able to control her feelings for Harlan and stay focused on the job or will her emotions get the best of her?
©2015 Michael Henry van der Voort (P)2015 Michael Henry van der Voort
The narrator has a lovely voice, but she rushes along from the very first word through the whole narration as if this were a 60 second tv commercial!
No pauses at all. No inflection to distinguish different characters, especially male ones. Hopefully, the narrator will take some narration lessons to learn to slow down her reads and bring more finesse to them.
The story wasn't too bad though - just couldn't enjoy it with such a rushed narration.
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Who doesn’t love a good western themed story, I really enjoyed June and Harlan’s story.
She really needed a fresh start, and Harlan was a little leery of her but she proved to him she had what it took to be on the ranch.
I giggled a few times at June’s inner monologue; she was pretty taken with Harlan right off the bat.
Sparks fly, great short.
Again narration was ok for me not terrible at all she did a great job giving each person a voice. :D
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this audio grabbed hold and did not let go
I enjoyed the way Jodi read this story
This was a good story only thing I wish it had been longer. The reader did a good job. I hope there will be more. I would recommend this book.
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