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USA Today bestselling author Caroline Fyffe makes love the grandest adventure on the frontier for the resistant darling of Eden, Colorado.

Emma Brinkman is the most eligible bachelorette in town and staying that way. After learning twice that romance is a lie, she’s focused only on making the mine she and her sisters inherited a booming success. To do that, she’ll need to put her trust in a notorious scoundrel. But no matter how flirtatious, handsome, or persistent he may be, Emma is interested only in his expertise in coaxing gold from the earth. 

The illegitimate son of a duke, Beranger North is a reputed playboy and a self-made man who found his fortune excavating the rich and profitable American West. He’s always looking for a good prospect, and Beranger sees the potential in Eden, Colorado, and in mining the affections of his fetching, if wary, new business partner. 

All he has to do is convince Emma to take one more chance on love - on him. Against all odds, they could both strike it rich, if only in matters of the heart.

©2019 Caroline Fyffe (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Heart of mine: Book 3 was not as great as book 1 & 2

I loved ‘Heart of Mine: Books 1 & 2’ I really liked Book 3 too..but it was over & beyond ‘bubblegum’ sweetness to the extract in a few lines..”omg this hasn’t got even a REAL KISS in Book 3! And the girls act like they’ve never been near a man?” Plus..there were too many new questions COMPLETELY not even attempted to be answered.

Example: the new Spanish ‘biatch’ on the block, Salazar’s ex sweetheart who doesn’t give a crap about anyone, wants to steal everything including him, a beautiful Black Stallion. But because she’s someone’s brothers wife, girlfriend, I was completely not sure, you basically HATE HER..plus do you think the author Caroline Fyffe could have given her a Spanish name that basically didn’t have the same first name as close to her last name? Personally, and it’s ONLY my opinion..if you bring in new characters can’t they have more than a few opinions about them and a..little bit of background? He broke Katie’s heart over WHAT?

As far as the narration, Scott Merriman is ALWAYS great as a man, mean man, eh as a Brit, you need to work on that, even good as a woman..

Of course I recommend these books but this Book introduces too many new ones without explanations at the end what’s going to happen with them. I somewhat felt robbed, but I’ll get over it..something always feels good when a romantic book comes out without cussing or having sex..it’s called ‘the good ole days with beautiful innocence”

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Heart of Mine (Colorado Hearts #3)

Heart of Mine is my absolute favorite book in the Colorado Hearts Series.
My heart was bursting with so much emotion. I love Emma and Beranger.
They need a spin-off series of their very own.

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Clean Romance

Loved this book. Emma is a strong woman who has her own business. I enjoyed catching up with the other couples in the series. The narrator made this story he did such a wonderful job. Can't say enough about this book!

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IMPRESSIVE NARRATOR!

This narrator is beyond talented. I have read hundreds of audio books, but only Scott Merriman can do 6 distinctive different voices for each of the characters. UNBELIEVABLE!

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interesting

held my interest with unusual storylines. the British twist was interesting since it's centered in Colorado.

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Another fantastic and a favorite story with great narration.

I loved this story when I first read it and to hear it on audible is fantastic. Caroline Fyffe is one of my favorite authors and knows how to write very compelling stories with great characters, and lots of action and problems. I loved the hero and could just imagine him in my mind and wow, I think I would have loved to marry him. How can you resist a man with a English accent!
The heroine, Emma one of five sisters is another favorite character in this series. She is perfect for Barringer, the hero. Sigh!! What a turn around of events for these two, who go through so much, to get their happy ever after. It took Emma a while to like the man when she first met him, and she was not one to believe in love. But again a man with an English accent, manners of a complete gentleman, she finally comes around but, almost too late.
The narration was wonderful and easy to listen to. This audible and the book are highly recommended. If you love clean, good old western romances, you must read, and or, listen to this audible. Personally I think you should do both.

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heart of mine

I have enjoy all three books. They have kept my interest wondering what next. A surprising ending.! Thanks!

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Rake or Gentleman?

Emma was quite stubborn about love. I really liked Beranger. He was upstanding, in spite of his reputation, and he was determined to woo Emma, but with kid gloves. I loved the parts with him and the horse. My favorite part of the series was the sisters' birthday letters from their father (but one was missing). Wish we would have seen some fruition of the other budding relationships. A couple of mysteries were solved. What a surprising ending - I didn't see that coming!
I wish the narrator would have been consistent with Beranger's accent.

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I did not enjoy the narrator, even though others in our book club did. His voices didn’t seem true to the characters. For example, the sisters often sounded whiny, or childish, or different than the dialogue read. For me, the narration detracted from the story. I dropped at least one star because of it.

The third and final book in the Colorado Hearts series, I anticipated closure for the three sisters yet unmarried. Although I was surprised, I didn’t feel disappointed. The story centers around Emma, and the development of the mine the women had inherited. It moves along at a steady pace. I like the characters and I related to their anger and hurt caused by unscrupulous men.

One of my favorite things is the letter their late father wrote to them before he died. Each was given their own letter on their birthday, and each was bittersweet.

I personally like more details in events rather than quick resolution. The book doesn’t have much in the way of external crises, but explored more how the characters were feeling and responding to events. In my opinion that’s the strength of the story. That and the love between the five sisters.

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Heart of Mine

Loved it. This is a very heartfelt three book series. Enjoyed it so much. Already purchased the next book about Berenger and Emma's life in England. Recommend.

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Extremely well read.

The first of a series. It was an enjoyable story, which was extremely well read.