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  • The Long Way Home | Cathryn Parry

    The Long Way Home

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Cathryn Parry
    • Narrated By Sandra Michelle
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Life on the road suits Bruce Cole just fine. And after what he went through back in the day, he's in no hurry to face his hometown again. Until his little sister asks him to return for her wedding. One brief visit can't hurt, right? Especially when he meets a beautiful stranger at the reception. Except Natalie Kimball isn't a stranger. In fact, she knows more about Bruce than anyone else in Wallis Point - including the secret he's been running from all these years. The woman Natalie has become is fascinating…and so different from the girl he remembers. If anyone can change his mind about what home really means, it could be her.

    Mary B. says: "Looking forward to reading more from Cathryn Parry"
  • The Sweetest Hours | Cathryn Parry

    The Sweetest Hours

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 43 mins)
    • By Cathryn Parry
    • Narrated By Caroline Kinsolving
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    Kristin Hart has romantic notions of Scotland. Yet she never expects to find a real-life Scotsman in her Vermont hometown! Despite her instant connection with him, Malcolm MacDowell isn't the Prince Charming she thought. Because no prince would shut down her factory - the one that means everything to her town. Really, she has no choice. Kristin hops on the next flight to Edinburgh, determined to convince Malcolm her workplace should remain open. But the distraction of the man is almost too much.

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