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Colorado sheriff Dade Logan has waited 20 years to reunite with his long lost sister, Daisy. But when she finally turns up, they barely recognize each other. That's because the beautiful stranger isn't Daisy, but her childhood friend, Maggie, on the run from an impending marriage. Moved by this last link to Daisy, Dade determines to bend any law that stands between him, his sister - and the intriguing Maggie. Maggie Sutton will risk anything to escape her fate, though accompanying the broad-shouldered sheriff in his pursuit of Daisy rattles her to the core. But as their search - and desire for one another escalates, the two provoke a vicious bounty hunter, one who threatens their hopes for a future together....

©2010 Janette Kenny (P)2016 Janette Kenny

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  • 06-16-17

Nice story line, shame about the end

Where does In a Cowboy's Arms rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

In the middle I guess. It wasn't the worst, it wasn't the best. The story dragged on a bit and there was no real conclusion at the end.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

What ending? It didn't close any of the main story line at all. I felt a bit cheated.

What does J. Rodney Turner bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

His incredible accent. Great narrator, he really was able to bring all the characters to life.

Any additional comments?

As I said, it was an OK book. The story line dragged on a bit and then never concluded. To be honest I was left feeling a bit ripped off after investing so many hours into listening to not get a proper end to the story.