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Should've Been a Cowboy
- By: Vicki Lewis Thompson
- Narrated by: Zoe Hunter
- Length: 5 hrs and 35 mins
Party organizer Tyler O'Connelli is on the fast track to her dream career. She's so close she can almost taste it. But when she returns to her family and sees her one-night stand, Alex Keller, all done up in his cowboy gear, her self-control is stretched to the breaking point….
WORST NARRATOR EVER!!! BUT LOVE THIS SERIES....
- By Melissa Hill on 06-06-11
The narrator ruined this book....
Here's 5+ hours of my time that I'll never get back. Its unfortunate because I have enjoyed the other books in this series by Ms Thompson, but the narrator is simply terrible. Not everyone who lives in the West speaks as though they are from Texas, in fact most don't so why the residents of the Last Chance Ranch in WYOMING sounded like a b-western movie escapes me. Then she kept mispronouncing Shoshone and Tetons and it was all I could do to finish this book. Save your credits or money and skip over this one and enjoy the others in this series.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
- By: Wendy Etherington
- Narrated by: Shelley Landon
- Length: 7 hrs and 49 mins
Notorious womanizer and treasure hunter Gavin Fortune is after a local sunken ship—and Brenna McGary is determined to stop him. History shouldn't be sold off by the piece! Unfortunately, the infuriating Gavin knows how to use his best assets to get his way…and Brenna's fury is looking a lot like sweet, sweet lust.
- By Tabuchi on 01-14-11
I can't finish it, the narrator is that bad. Don't waste your credits or your time
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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