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Publisher's Summary

Sassy Peale is desperate to help her family, but her meagre salary doesn't stretch far. Then she meets John Callister, who she thinks is an honest ranch hand. But John is actually a millionaire from one of Montana's most powerful families. When Sassy finds out, she's certain he is just playing with her. John has to convince Sassy that he's the man she first thought he was - a diamond in the rough.

©2009 Diana Palmer (P)2010 Recorded Books LLC

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  • Edette
  • BLOOMINGTON, CA, United States
  • 11-30-11

Dimond in the rough

I very much enjoyed this story. I love anything Diana Palmer,but I read so much that it is nice to have a break on the reading. I enjoy the unabridge issues.

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  • Saluki Selfie
  • 10-21-14

love story

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

it was a good story to listen too .<br/>In general was a short story for the time i had

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

It was a sappy love story for me it was just a time filler

Which character – as performed by Jack Garrett – was your favourite?

jack is a good voice for all the characters

Do you think Diamond in the Rough needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

it is a stand alone book or part of a series following the story of this family