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Stories from the Range: Book Two

The neighboring Holden and Jessup ranches are anything but neighborly - Jefferson Holden and Kent Jessup loathe each other. But despite his father’s long-held grudge, Haven Jessup just can’t bring himself to hate, especially after Dakota Holden takes him in during a violent storm and Haven meets Dakota’s friend, Phillip Reardon.

Phillip accepts Haven for who he is, seeing through the mask Haven uses to hide his attraction to men, but their tentative and secret relationship will be under a huge amount of stress. Sabotaged fences, injured animals, unsavory plans, and Jessup family secrets will threaten Haven’s newfound happiness and his hopes of a future with Phillip.

©2011 Andrew Grey (P)2013 Andrew Grey

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Awesome!

Philip and Haven are my favorite of the Range Seires!!!!! Another Hit for Andrew Grey! And Jeff is my favorite narrator of the seires

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Not GREAT but Very Good

This is not on the top of my list but it is a very good book. The narrator for some reason mispronounced a few words and on several occasions paused, put the wrong emphasis on certain words and just made some general mistakes. But the story is good, the narration, aside from the errors, was decent, and as with many other Andrew Grey novels, it was well worth my time.