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Maverick

In the Company of Snipers, Book 9
Narrated by: Troy Duran
Length: 12 hrs and 25 mins
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He’s heartsick and battle weary. Maverick Carson returned home from war with too much pain and not enough honor. Searching for a way to forgive and forget, he quits The Team. He's in Wyoming when the sight of a pretty girl atop a massive draft horse steals his breath away - until the hillside gives way beneath beast and maiden. When he rushes to her aid, he runs straight into the world of China Wolf, the headstrong owner of the Wild Wolf Ranch and the owner of the finest Percherons in the country. 

She doesn’t need a man in her life. Never has. Never will. China Wolf has responsibility enough between the rowdy horses she loves, the wayward sister she tolerates, and the precocious niece she adores. Besides, Maverick made it clear he’d rather hit the road. Why should she care? She doesn’t - not until she glimpses the cowboy in his eyes. Maybe she needs a man after all. Just. This. One.

©2015, 2018 Patricia Dodge (P)2019 Patricia Dodge

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I loved this book! I found most of Maverick’s story delightful. I loved the way he dealt with all the horses and with China and Kyrie. Kyrie was such a ray of sunshine and she stole my heart. The other parts were emotional. It was sad that he had such a difficult time dealing with the death of his brother and also having to deal with Reardon and China’s sister Leezel. Troy Duran is an exceptional narrator. His voices, both male and female, are spot on for every character, and you always know who is speaking. The emotion he puts into the story makes you feel as though you are right there with the characters and feeling exactly what they are feeling. I highly recommend this book, it is definitely worth the money or credit.

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