Cora's Pride was enjoyable to listen to. The characters were likable and the story intriguing.
Cora is a headstrong woman who acts before s..Show More »he thinks of possible consequences. Like when she trails behind the Wagon Train that will not let a woman without a husband join up with it, or when she follows the man who took her horse into the wilderness not knowing where she was going or if she can find her way back to her family. Nor did she consider a band of renegade Indians could be in the vicinity. Her pride makes her think she can do more than she is capable of.
She needs help, but will she accept it from the handsome mountain man who lost his horse and provisions to a band of renegade Indians?
Cora's Pride is a clean western romance, narrated by the very talented Cody Roberts.
First of all let me say that I had read the first part of this book already (text version) but WOW did Cody Roberts really bring it alive!! He is phen..Show More »omenal, especially for a western romance. Much better than the voice in my head!
At first maybe you don't like Ethan, or think Anna is weak. Even she thinks that about herself. After a series of mishaps and embarrassing situations, Anna wants to leave. She knows she's missing something, but what? In the valley, despite being with her friends who are as good as family to her, she is lonely. Well... rude, rotten Ethan is tasked with getting her out of there and to a wagon train heading west. I think you know where this is going, but I won't spoil it. It's not just a simple love story, and you will completely change your minds about the characters by the end. There is even some adventure!
Have you read Peggy Henderson's Teton Romance series? (get the audio books!) If so, you will find a little surprise in this book! A question answered, perhaps.