Ed Currick's and Donna Roberts' worlds couldn't have been any more different - a rancher from Wyoming and an up-and-coming Broadway musical actress on a national tour. What could have been a momentary encounter sparks desire - and more. But can there be anything but heartbreak ahead when they have only days before their dreams pull them apart?
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A sweet romance that shows how love can develop between two people from two completely different worlds. It was definitely a heart-warming story.
I like how we can clearly understand what the two main characters are thinking and feeling. For such a short story there are a lot of characters.
Yes, I think the behind the scenes of a Broadway musical would be interesting to see.
This was such a fun period story. I could see it playing out on the big screen! I love these types of movies!!! So it made the book awesome for me. And the ending was just beautiful.
I really liked the Audible version of Wyoming Wildflowers which was narrated by Julia Motyka. It was an easy book to listen to. The narration was easy and pleasant, differentiating between the voices of several characters. It was a sweet, old fashioned love story. I would love to listened to the other books in the series.
Yes, especially if they have already read the series. I loved learning more about the original love story.
I originally read Almost a Bride. Then listened to the series on Audible. Julia does a fantastic job differentiating between the characters. I had no problem knowing who was taking while listening to this book.
I received a copy of this book from the author as a promotional gift. There was no agreement for a review of the book. However; I felt honor bound to provide one. I would pay for this novella and highly recommend it, especially to those who have read the other books. It was a wonderful trip back to where it all began.
Wyoming Wildflowers by Patricia McLinn is an old fashioned romance that is easy to listen to and very enjoyable. It focuses on Ed Currick's instant attraction to a young lady, Donna Roberts, he meets in the lobby of hotel in Denver. He is a rancher from Wyoming and she is up-and-coming Broadway musical actress on a national tour. Both immediately are drawn to each other and know that the other is "the one." The rest of the story is figuring out each other's priorities and how - and if - they end up together. It is sweet, sensual, and pure brain candy.
I listened to the Audible version of this book narrated by Julia Motyka. She did an outstanding job, differing voices for all of the characters, young and old. Her narration flowed naturally and was easy to listen to. She had the right amount of worry, exasperation, and yearning in all the right places.
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