Crain Carraway, Dallas business tycoon and sports fanatic, is not from Henderson. But his wife is. No one knows that though, because she managed to get cold feet after their impromptu Vegas wedding. Hiding out in her hometown, she's sicced her lawyer on him, doing her best to buy his silence and a quickie divorce.
It's taken him way too long to find the perfect Mrs. Carraway, and now that he's had the fortuitous luck to stumble into Henderson and his bride, he's not about to let her go.
©2014 Liz Kelly (P)2016 Liz Kelly
Absolutely! I find myself concentrating on every single word and nuance when listening to the Audiobook version of a novel and I find it very entertaining to hear Charles Lawrence's portrayal of Crane and Elisabeth as well as my favorite character, Vance Evans.
I have to admit to loving the idea of a whirlwind romance and a wedding in Vegas. I would love to wake up married to Mr. Tall, Dark and Handsome Crane Caraway. You can be sure I would never be a runaway wife like Tansy.
Vance is my favorite character because he's totally outrageous and Charles Lawrence's portrayal of Vance's deep, sexy voice is swoon-worthy and utterly delicious. Best line ever was "Tansy would never get down on her hands and knees and clean my balls" as spoken by Mr. Outrageous himself, Vance Evans.
My heart melted when Vance was comforting Tansy after Crane left Henderson. Because they have always been mortal enemies, I was especially touched by Vance holding and comforting Tansy while she sobs over Crane's desertion.
This entire series is a hoot. Who knew life in small town North Carolina could be so outrageously entertaining? Liz Kelly's storytelling and Charles Lawrence's narration are an unbeatable combination. I absolutely adore romantic comedy!
This is a great book; this is the third book in the Heroes of Henderson series written by Liz Kelly and narrated by Charles Lawrence. Crain Carraway, Dallas business tycoon and sports fanatic, is not from Henderson. But his wife is. No one knows that though, because she managed to get cold feet after their impromptu Vegas wedding. Hiding out in her hometown, she's sicced her lawyer on him, doing her best to buy his silence and a quickie divorce.
Like hell. It's taken him way too long to find the perfect Mrs. Carraway, and now that he's had the fortuitous luck to stumble into Henderson and his bride, he's not about to let her go.
The narrator Charles Lawrence did a wonderful job with this book. He did a great job with the different voices of each character in this book. It was very easy to listen to and I didn’t want to stop listening until the end.
If you are looking for a great book with well-developed characters then you need to listen to this book. I am looking forward to listening to the next book by this author and narrator.
Well what fun would it be to live one Henderson . This group leaves you in stitches with all its antics ! Crain an Tansy got married then all goes side ways join the fun of trying to get it turned right with two headstrong moms in the mix . Get more Vance Brooks and Pinks as they are all along for the ride !
Charles Lawrence's southern accent added so much "flavor" to the listening. It gave the story such a "sit on the porch with a glass of tea" feel to it. As always hearing the book read out loud makes the story come alive and gives it more character.
Crain Caraway. He was such a Southern Gentleman and while he was an alpha male he wasn't overbearing with this. It also tugged on my heartstrings because of his lifelong issue with dyslexia and ADD. He never gave up when it came to his wife and did everything he could to make the situation work out.
He is excellent in this entire series. This is only narrations I've heard him do so far.
The ending of course where Crain did what he should have done in the first place.
Love this series!!!
Cudos to Liz Kelly for her endearing characters, sizzling scenes and romantic heart. I read this when it was first released and loved it, actually it made me crave pie throughout the whole book, but the excellent narration enhances the story even more. I wish I could move to her "Henderson". Can't wait for more!
I love the brothers, Crane and Crash!
Elizabeth, the runaway bride, refuses to face she married Crane because she does not want to tell her mother nor break the image of the perfect Henderson daughter. Having her mother be the town gossip, driving people out of Henderson, also puts a hamper on her telling the truth.
Henderson is moving slowly to become the vision Brooks dreams of with the addition of Crane to their team.
I loved loved all the twists and turns! I couldn't stop listening to it. I recommended this to my girlfriend.
Another funny romance with a couple of twists to make it entertaining. I like the way the author brings in strong secondary characters to add funny situations to the story. Charles Lawrence always adds to the story as well with his excellent narration.
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