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Daisies in the Canyon

Narrated by: Natalie Ross
Length: 7 hrs and 57 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (478 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

She's here to claim her birthright....

Ex-army sergeant Abby Malloy feels no loss after the father she never knew passes away. Still, part of Ezra Malloy's ranch belongs to her, and if the stubborn blonde has to live there for a year with two half-sisters who are strangers to her, so be it. Nothing could stand in the way of her inheritance... except a local sheriff wrapped in snug blue jeans and a sexy grin.

He's here to claim her heart....

Cooper Wilson, the local sheriff and rancher next door, is having his world turned upside down. Abby is all straight talk and sweet, lush curves - the kind of woman who gets under his skin in just the right way. Whereas Cooper has roots in Palo Duro Canyon, Abby's got wings. But he knows she belongs here. If she can stop running from her past, he'll happily lead her to a brighter future, one hot cowboy kiss at a time.

©2014 Carolyn Brown (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved

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Every girl needs a cowboy!!!

What made the experience of listening to Daisies in the Canyon the most enjoyable?

the story about the sisters touched me deeply. I have two sister, we aren't close. I think if we ever had to work through tears,fears and hard work as these three did we could be closer.

What did you like best about this story?

During the storm and the cows rushed the house how they pulled together and show the men in the story that they could get the job done without the big strong men.

Which scene was your favorite?

The big bull sitting on the porch and the moonshine scene. BEEN THERE!!!

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When Cooper asked Abby to marry him. The was the most beautiful scene I've ever read. That scene made me cry, if I'm ever ask that question I hope it's as special. Oh there is nothing like a Southern man!!

Any additional comments?

I was saddened to see that there is only two stories in this series. I'm hoping Carolyn Brown will revisit the canyon again in the future

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Women Veterans

Loved the book, and it is about time someone wites about a normal female veteran.

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Excellent!

Loved narrator and awesome storyline. Loved all the characters and the four leg ones too.

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Down on the Farm

She's done it again! I love this book!! Three women come together when their estranged father dies. They have to learn to live & work together in order to inherit the farm. They learn a lot about each other & farming. The farms forman & their police, neighbor helps them along the way.

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My Musings

Great narration and lovely romance. I thoroughly enjoyed how this story played out. Engaging characters and heartfelt plot. I recommend this to all who love western romance. Happy reading!

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Neutmae

Loved it❤ Admired the growing relationship of the three sisters and the old saying of love at first sight confirmed.

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Palo Duro

I want more! What about. Bonnie and Shiloh? I hope their stories are as good as Abby and Coop!

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Not a typical Carolyn Brown book. Disappointing

I first read The Ladies Room and loved the funny and mostly clean story. This book is the opposite. Not raunchy dirty, but not clean clean.
The narrator is great but the overall story was disappointing. The ex-military main character is annoying and insulting to anyone strong enough to be in the military. The narration of what goes through her head is so repetitive at the beginning I thought I accidentally rewound and was listening to the same paragraphs over and over.

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Part of a series??

The book itself was enjoyable enough. It had laugh out loud moments and touching moments. I thought it could have used a bit more development at times. To be 100% honest it felt like an introduction to a series but it’s been 5 years since it was published and it looks like there is no follow up. That’s disappointing.


About the narration- the male voices all blend together and the same for the female voices. It doesn’t help to distinguish between the characters.

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Okay, predictable

Was hard to see where it was going, then it was obvious. Tried too hard to make conflict where there was none. Didn't like the narrator's voice reading it. (sorry) but the southern accent was odd.