When Rachel Everly dumps her cheating boyfriend, he dumps her in a one-horse Montana town with only her suitcase and beloved camera! Then a deep, whisky-rough voice, straight out of a cowboy movie, offers her a way out…
Rescued by the rancher
Shane Merritt plans to sell his parents' ranch, so he seizes the chance to hire Rachel as his photographer. At first, her enthusiasm for the dilapidated ranch bothers the taciturn cowboy, until he begins to see the woman who's putting the home back into his homestead in a whole new light!
This was in the top five of WORST books and shockingly it wasn't in the narration. Poole did the best she could with what she had to work with. The story is just juvenile and corny. It lacked imagination and depth and increasingly irritating. REALLY wish I had my money back!!! I would give this book less than five stars if I could. Sorry.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
Shane tries very hard.
What about Nicole Poole’s performance did you like?
She does an excellent job of distinguising the voices.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I did cry when Rachel and Shane said goodbye.
If you could sum up To Wed a Rancher in three words, what would they be?
My Absolute Favorite.
What was one of the most memorable moments of To Wed a Rancher?
The ending, I never expected it to end the way it did. It made me cry and that's not easy to do.
Which scene was your favorite?
When Shane disassembled the bed and moved it outside to give Rachel her wish. That was just past romantic.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, absolutely yes
Any additional comments?
This is a book that you could actually imagine happening in real life. The sad parts, the fantasy parts, the happy parts. It's just a feel bad feel good book all over. I wish it had a sequal.