America’s Sweetheart, Stella Ridge has been away from Wayback for 15 years paving her way to the top of the acting business. When a car accident leaves her physically and emotionally scarred, the only place she wants to go is home to Texas and her family’s ranch. The changes that have taken place since her departure are enough to rock her world again. She uncovers a buried tragedy, struggles with the penetrating stares and questions from townsfolk, and comes up against an intriguing and unexpected spark with the silent cowboy and champion bull rider, Judd Black. Their wounded souls draw them together and Stella begins to realize that only in him can she find the solace she sought by leaving the bright lights of Hollywood.
I started this book twice. The narrator is a bad choice. Luckily, this was a $2.95 book or I would have felt like I wasted my money. The book was only fair. Considering that the male lead only spoke about 100 words the entire book, it just wasn't that interesting. Then add a narrator that sounds as if she is reading a book word for word, and it was a chore to finish.
Listen to a sample first to see if you can stand the narrator, and if you can, then it might be an okay book for the money.
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This book was incredibly unrealistic to the point of nauseum...A beautiful A-List actress gives up her cushy life in LA to move back to a one horse town in texas (that the good people of the other parts of texas probably wouldn't even want to live in) because she had an accident that left a scar on her face that's barely recognizable and hooks up with a cowboy (very stereotypical) that's barely even in the book to have a happily ever after living on a farm milking cows and raising chickens...YEAH RIGHT!!! lol