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One of the most talented seamstresses of her time, Ilsa Thorsen could sell her creations anywhere in the world, but she ends up on her sister’s ranch in the western town of Pendleton, Oregon. Disgusted with the dust, smells, and nearly every aspect of rural life, Ilsa wonders how she'll survive, particularly with the arrogant Tony Campanelli constantly underfoot.

Enterprising and hardworking, Tony Campanelli embraces life in the small community of Pendleton with his sister and their friends, especially since Ilsa Thorsen moves to town. The uptight seamstress just needs to learn to have some fun, and Tony's convinced he's the man for the job.

©2014 Shanna Hatfield (P)2018 Shanna Hatfield

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Ilsa: Pendleton Petticoats, Book 3

It was brilliant taking the journey with Ilsa while she broke out of the cage she was in...
I loved watching her save herself!

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Very shallow, became boring and stale

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

The beginning had potential, but the author went to so much detail about every movement of the characters. It became very boring. Lost in details that were not important.
Everything was becoming to predictable.

What do you think your next listen will be?

Lynn Austin's books have me looking for other authors that can keep an interesting, more complex theme with some realism to the story.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Michael Rahhal?

Narrator was good

Any additional comments?

I am looking for a story that is realistic with characters that are believable. The author had way too much "magic" in the story...