In Cry of the West , recently widowed Hallie Wells is facing a difficult situation. The sudden demise of her husband after selling their farm and just about everything they owned to travel west on the Oregon Trail, has left her stranded with an eight year old son. Dare she ask Cooper Jerome, recently returned from the War of the States, if he would put his life on hold for, say, five months to drive her wagon; and that doesn't include his return trip. At this point, she's out of options.
The audible gave the story greater "feeling" than just reading. I confess, I read while I listen and get the full value of the story-line. The storyte..Show More »ller made the book even better. I felt like crying when Cooper left Hallie behind.« Show Less