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New park ranger Daphne Baum is a reformed good girl. Breaking free from her overbearing family as soon as she turned 18, she’s been on her own ever since. The life of a park ranger, moving from park to park, suits her just fine. Though still a rule follower, she’s okay with a little sin in her life.

Every generation of Hill men has its black sheep. The general consensus among the family is that Odin Hill is the lucky bastard this go around. At 17, he blew out of town like an angry tornado only to return 15 years later withdrawn and secretive. Living like a recluse in the hollows in the Smoky Mountains, he's happy to keep to himself and is content to let locals believe he’s the town weirdo. Odin prefers the company of his pet pig to the nosy citizens of Green Valley.

When Daphne discovers Odin might be committing nefarious deeds on park land, she vows to find out the truth behind the handsome, yet chaotic, loner. Will the stranger help the ranger discover the difference between being good and doing the right thing? Or will they find themselves on opposites sides of love?

Stranger Ranger is a full-length contemporary romance, can be heard as a standalone, and is book two in the Park Ranger series, Green Valley World, Penny Reid Book Universe.

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A good listen

I love that the Winston Brothers series from Penny Reid has led to several other great stories. What I like about Daisy's novels is that her "dramatic problem" the couple faces is realistic - not unrealistically improbable. Her characters are likeable and believable and the narration on this one was great!

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So good!!! Want more! Need more!!!

LOVE this series!! This CANNOT be the last book in the series. No way! No how! Griffin needs his story; he's so adorable. Gaia most certainly needs her story; the woman rocks! Daisy, you started something so great with Olive & Jay in your first book. It was a pleasant surprise Daphne got her story... with vegetable Thor, unexpectedly so. PLEASE CONTINUE THE SERIES!!!! You are onto something terrifically big here, woman!!

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Please have the female narrator learn how to pronounce Appalachian - it is distracting and offensive that the director did not insist on a correct pronunciation of the main characters’ place of origin

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Couldnt get over the female narrator.

First of all Chris Brinkley is such an incredible narrator. I love him in all of of the Green Valley books. Marnye Young on the other hand is not right for the accent. Flipping from Chris to Marnye will make you cringe. I loved Daisy's first Ranger book and might try to read this one instead of listening to it but I didnt find the story or characters very engaging by the end of chapter 6.