Courting Carrie

Triple H Brides, Book 2
Narrated by: Lara Asmundson
Series: Triple H Brides, Book 2
Length: 2 hrs and 3 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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From a USA Today best-selling author, a spin-off from the Cowboy Fairytales series: Courting Carrie.

There's a little matchmaker on the loose....

"What do you want to get your mama for Christmas?"

"A husband."

Cowboy Trey Markson might have quit his job as a hand on the Triple H, but he still has a soft spot in his heart for seven-year-old Scarlett - and her mama, part-owners of the Texas ranch. When Scarlett pulls him in on a Christmas caper, all his old feelings for Carrie reignite, and he's afraid he's going to get burned all over again.

Breaking up with Trey was the hardest thing single mom Carrie Hale has ever done. But after the small town stylist escaped from a horrific marriage, she's too afraid to put her trust in a man again. Even one as upstanding as Trey.

Will one little girl's Christmas wish bring these two wary hearts together?

Courting Carrie is a contemporary cowboy love story and book two in the Triple H Brides series.

©2017 Lacy Williams (P)2017 Lacy Williams

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An enjoyable story, but short

Overall, I enjoyed this story. Unfortunately due to the length it felt like the ending was hurried. I would have liked to see more of the development of the relationship.

I think that Lara Asmundson did a good job narrating, but there were a couple times that I felt her inflection didn’t quite match the story.

While not perfect, I would recommend