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Brokedown Cowboy

Narrated by: Lillian Thayer
Length: 9 hrs and 14 mins
4 out of 5 stars (171 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

RITA Award winner, Best Long Contemporary Series Romance, 2016.  

There are lines best friends shouldn't cross, but in Copper Ridge, Oregon, the temptation might be too much.... 

If practice makes perfect, Connor Garrett should be world champion of being alone. Since losing his wife, he's concentrated exclusively on his family's ranch. Until Felicity Foster needs a place to stay, and Connor invites her to move in temporarily. That's what friends do. What friends don't do? Start fantasizing about each other in their underwear. Or out of it.... 

Since high school Liss has kept her raging crush in check. But helping Connor rebuild his life only reinforces how much she longs to be a part of it. One explosive encounter and she'll discover that getting what you always wanted can feel better than you ever dreamed.... 

©2015 Maisey Yates (P)2015 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited.

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love the copper Ridge series

love this book and all maisey yates books. l wish she would use lillian thayer for all her audiobooks

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It’s not romantic when the reader is both characters

It is not romantic when the female reader is both the male and female character. It was just too weird. It seemed more matter of fact reading. I kept hoping the story would have a twist or get interesting but that never happened either. I thought I downloaded this book because of high ratings but I must have been mistaken.

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great books

I love these books. just found the author. and it's just right. heart warming, real.!

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Voice annoyed me.

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Predictable and somewhat annoying. The girl seems desperate, but of course, all is fine in the end. Woh woh.

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Loved the book!! The narrative needs help...

I loved the story! It was so raw and emotional, although the conflicts in the main characters mind got me a little fustrated....
I am a person who loves reading the fisical book cause you could be in the person's shoes better and feel what's passing through their minds. It was okay but Conner's voice was horrible.... it doesn't sound like a man, or the cowboy he's supposed to be.
But overall it was really good 👌

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  • JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, United States
  • 02-14-19

Feeling Maudlin amongst the Moo’s

Story was great.A heartbroken Cowboy and his female best friend from childhood,get caught up in each other.She getting the guy she always wanted and he learning to take a second chance on life and a relationship.I personally would just read the book.The narrator has a great voice for narration,but half the time seemed to forget she’s narrating an adult book and her voice over for Connor made him sound like a sixt five year old man who smokes a carton of cigarettes a day.She did great with the other male voices,just not with the lead male character.

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A Great Second Chance

This is a wonderful story about a love that in one way should have been a first love but definitely was a perfect second love.

Felicity had been in love forever and when she moves into the home of her best friend her life started improving. She was given the look at a possible future. Then she had to fight for what was right for herself. She needed more than what she'd been offered Nd knew she had to fight for what was right for her.

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Male narrator was not good

Did not like the male narrator’s attempt at a cowboy accent. Was not a sexy male voice.

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No Storyline - Lots of Whining

Sorry, this wasn't interesting. There is no story, just bland encounters between main characters who drag on the whiny dialogue. I plan to return this one.

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