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After Rose college boyfriend ends their two-year relationship, she returns to the only place she knows where she could find solace as she tries to mend her broken heart. After taking a break from college and not wanting to return home, she finds herself on her family ranch with Aunt Annie, Uncle Sledge, and her cousin Claude. There she learns the true meaning of love and family as she falls in love again. Her love is interrupted by her past that ultimately has a lasting effect on all who are involved. The Boy Across the Creek has twists and turns that continuously show the power of love.

©2015 LaConstance McKinnon (P)2017 LaConstance McKinnon

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The reading was excellent. The story itself is not one of my favorites - predicatble, common romance.

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Cute story and well read

Cute homey story. A little predictable, and some of the drama scenes were abrupt. The narrator's voice was quite pleasant and conversational. Some of the recording breaks were jarring, and took me out of the moment. More continuity of recording quality and voice pitch/nuance would be good. I would recommend this audiobook as a pleasant diversion.

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