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Love. Passion. Fear.

"She stands by me through it all. My right hand is what she is. Where I end, she begins."

Holden Cantrell is a cowboy through and through. He calls a cattle ranch in Montana home.

Rose is the young woman he's set his sights on, as she answered an ad he put in a newsletter seeking a bride.

After a year of letters, he asked her to marry him and she made her way to him in Montana.

Like everything else Holden does, he moves fast with Rose as well, making her his wife that very day.

The couple form a fast love, but will Holden's rodeo career end it all?

Saddle up for one hot ride as Holden and Rose find love in the West, where cowboys roam and mail-order-brides seek love and happiness.

A Western Romance you won't soon forget.

©2016 Riley Forrest (P)2016 Riley Forrest

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Bad bad bad audio,

The audio and narration was so bad I couldn't get past the first few sentences. This is supposed to be enjoyable and relaxing. But the audio quality was fraying my nerves.