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Publisher's Summary

Kingsbury, a CBA best-selling author, delivers her signature mix of melodrama and genuine emotional punch in this novel about two young rodeo stars and their experiences with Down syndrome and cystic fibrosis.

©2005 Karen Kingsbury (P)2013 Recorded Books

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Great love story

Western cowboy toughness, speed and danger, internal struggles. This story has it all. Great listen. Have the tissues handy, but be prepared to see the beauty.

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Thank you

Thank you for bringing awareness to Cystic Fibrosis. The story was emotional and gave the readers a glimpse into the life of those battling from this disease.

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I couldn't stop once I had started!

This story deals with topics we don't like to think about, but is written in a way you can't help yourself but become engulfed in. Once I started it I couldn't stop!

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Always a Great Read

Karen Kingsbury's books never disappoint and always challenge me in my walk with the Lord Jesus Christ.

#InspiringChallenge
#Romantic
#Modern
#tagsgiving
#sweepstakes

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Good Story

Would you listen to A Thousand Tomorrows again? Why?

Yes

What did you like best about this story?

Love and Patience

Which character – as performed by Joey Collins – was your favorite?

Cody...because I can relate

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Love of a Life time

Any additional comments?

I love this series but I really don't like the voice reading...kind of flat and too soft...but I would listen to it again.

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I knew what the ending would be…..but I still cried!!

This book seemed a little slow at first…..then it took off…..I didn’t want to stop listening!!
Excellent!!

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Best story

The best book I ever listened to. also saddest at end. I cried so hard but loved the story & narrator did an awesome job. Thank you so much.

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Till death due us part!

these words are lived out in this story as this couple lives a life giving love to each other to life’s end and to each other.








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sweet story with some flaws

better medical research would have been good. the young brother wasnt narrated well. just ok.

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First in an Interesting and Informative Series

Really enjoyable, even if it did made me teary eyed in spots. Had inadvertently listened to the next in the series first, so for tears to surface, knowing the outcome, it was well presented.