Moon Racer

Narrated by: Jaicie Kirkpatrick
Length: 7 hrs and 45 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Somewhere in the lush grasslands of the Texas hill country, three brothers and a sister fight to hold their family together, struggle to keep their ranch solvent, while they await the return of the one person who can shed light on the secrets of the past.

Abby learned to ride and rope and wrangle as well as any of her brothers, but Major Jonah Tremain is looking for a lady. Abby tells herself she doesn't care that the major is engaged to a proper Eastern-bred miss, but when she looks into his searing blue eyes and feels his lips against hers, she decides to teach him the error of his ways...only a Texas wildcat can do justice to passion such as his, and she plans to match him kiss for kiss.

©2003 Constance O'Banyon (P)2014 Audio Realms, all rights reserved. Published by Brilliance Audio.

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Okay but nothing memorable

The headline truly covers it ... the book was okay but I doubt I’ll remember much about it next week. The narrator made most of the characters sound like children, hicks, or robots.