But it doesn't matter, does it? Because he's not interested in Joy, either.
Wait a minute. Maybe he is. At least, that's what Letty seems to think their arguments are all about. Yup, she might have a point there.
Now he has to convince Joy that marriage to the Wyoming Kid will be as exciting as an eight-second bull ride and as sweet as the cookies she loves to bake.
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"Debbie Macomber is a skilled storyteller and a sure-buy with readers." (Publishers Weekly)
Now I know what this book was only $5.95....it just wasn't very good. Unbelievable characters, a narrator who made women sound like high pitched cartoon characters and horrible accents. Usually I like Debbie McComber books but this one is a pass.
Yes. I would try other books by Debbie Macomber and Ian August.
Apparently Ms Macomber never met a real cowboy, or at the least, has no idea what the life of a real cowboy is like. Ranch-life and the ins and outs of working ranches and farms are not her expertise. Please stick to stories not involving real country people, Debbie. Thanks
The narrator was great. Keep doing your thing, Ian.
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