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Publisher's Summary

All he wanted was enough whiskey to forget. Ravaged by grief after a car crash killed his cherished wife and unborn child, Chase Tyler has abandoned his family business. He'd hit the rodeo circuit and the bars with equal disregard for his life, unwilling to face his pain and move on - until a bad-tempered bull and a lady from the past forced him to.... All she wanted was his love. Marcie Johns had known Chase all her life, and had been driving the car when it crashed.
©1991 Sandra Brown (P)2009 Phoenix

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Not complete book

I was very disappointed when listening to this book. It's been edited, prices of the story were missing and it's not the complete book. Nowhere does it state incomplete.

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Liked it more when I read it

Would you try another book from Sandra Brown and/or Judith Light?

Yes

Would you recommend Texas! Chase to your friends? Why or why not?

Not as an audible.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Judith Light?

I do not know.

Any additional comments?

I liked it more when I read it in paperback. The voice she used for Chase at times creeped me out just a little.