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Gina Silvetti comes to Dawson only to find that the man she was to marry has died. Handsome deputy Rick Westlake helps her and the two begin a romance. But secrets and family strife threaten any future they may have together.

©2014 Beldene Publishing (P)2017 Beldene Publishing

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Great western 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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Narration is Excellent

One can’t imagine traveling that far and your husband to be has died. Another there is no spark, Will they wed anyways. Three different loves awaiting for us to enjoy, and how they will turn out.
The audio by Alan Taylor and Jim Ellis were great bringing these stories to life.

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Did not like this one

This book could have been good, but I didnt like the narrator or how he tried to do all the characters. I was used to the regular narrator from the rest of them, I guess. But the proofreading of the book bugged me--they used incorrect verbiage and incorrect words together in sentences altogether. Also, the narrator totally mispronounced words in some places. I can't remember what they were now but it grated on my nerves. And I did NOT like the Rick character! I could empathize with what he had gone through, but he was just as weird as hell. I hated the "racy lady" and "lovely" and "passionate lover" remarks.