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Sparrow, a Lakota woman, asks handsome deputy, Jack Samuels, to help her escape her violent husband. Jack receives her mysterious letter and immediately agrees to rescue her. Back in Dawson, secrets and lies endanger their relationship. Can their love survive?

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Jack and his Sparrow

The more I read or listen to stories about this very close-knit family, the more I love them all.
They are so caring and not afraid to show their love and respect for each other that it makes my heart sing.
This particular story deals with this aspect as well as the trials and hardships encountered by Sparrow and her intended, Jack. Of course there is a delightful happily-ever-after!
This story was narrated by J. Scott Bennett in an audiobook and as always, it was a pleasure to listen to his varied and well-matched voices which are very consistent.
I loved the characters, the story and the narration and will be happy to continue reading/listening to more of this series.
I requested and listened to the audiobook version and my review above is voluntary and unbiased.

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I liked this one. It had a lot of twists!

I've enjoyed each of these books, and I will now look for Book #11, which hopefully will be about Sasha and Ben. I am now used to the narrator's voice and thought he does a nice job remembering each of the voices. I can tell whose voice it is now without having to be told, and it seems as though that would be hard for him to do each voice differently, but the same in each book. I was NOT paid or given a free book to do a review. I stumbled onto them and love them. You will too!

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A love story with a lot of adventure!

I really enjoyed this story. I've read the first book and now realize that I want to read or listen to the 8 other stories. J. Scott Bennett is terrific narrating this story.

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great storyline

wonderful story of love between 2 cultures and reigniting an old love. I receive books from publishers and authors and freely give this my honest opinion

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Great series

One of my favorite series. I love all of the characters, and enjoy reading about them in each new book, The author always incorporates the members of the town that the reader has met and loved from prior books. Their lives are intertwined very effectively. Great narrator as well.

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Letter To Love

Narration brought this to life by Bennett and Tenney of the hardship and the culture of the Lakota Indians, and where fathers, decided.your fate.
A letter she dared to write, and trusting someday she would see who she did love again.Fascinating and well written of times in the 1800’s.