Strawberry Hill

Narrated by: Kate Turnbull
Series: Mystic Creek, Book 5
Length: 13 hrs and 46 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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The New York Times best-selling author of Spring Forward returns to Mystic Creek, Oregon, where an unlikely pair learns to open themselves up to love. 

Newcomer to the sheriff's department Erin De Laney knows next to nothing about wilderness patrols, but she's also never been one to back down from a challenge. So when a rude and stubborn cowboy takes her by surprise on her first day patrolling the mountain trails as a part-time ranger, she lets him have it. 

Wyatt Fitzgerald doesn't consider his deafness a disability, and he doesn't want special consideration from anyone - least of all a spoiled city girl like Erin. He prides himself on his ability to read lips, and when she confronts him, Wyatt sees no reason to volunteer to her that he's deaf. But there's no escaping each other in the small Oregon town, especially once Erin seeks him out to make amends. 

Wyatt gave up on dating long ago, but the written correspondence he and Erin begin to share speak to him like nothing else ever has. Out of their tentative truce blossoms a chance for a once-in-a-lifetime love if he's willing to give her his heart and make her his.

©2018 Adeline Catherine Anderson (P)2018 Recorded Books

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Don't read the book description

This book t share a little about Erin and Wyatt. , but the true love story her is about Vickie and Slade. The decryption of this book is misleading. It is a wonderful book but the man characters are not Erin, and Wyatt

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Dull dull dull

The story may have been better if the author did not drag it out. Some explanations of things or back stories were very long & just not worth the explanation. I skipped the first 2 chapters to get to a good spot that actually made sense.
The narrator is HORRIBLE! No real voice changes between male & female.
I do not recommend using a credit or paying for this book.

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Lies from the Past~ Good story~ holds the interest

Two stories blend ~
Vickie gets hired on as a camp cook on the Wilder Ranch. Her past with Boss Sloan Wilder over 40 years ago brings back anger and hurt over a lie that broke them apart. Now Vickie has the chance to make it right.
Wyatt the handsome foreman of the Wilder Ranch has a bad start with Deputy Erin. She finds out he is hearing impaired and has to apologize for the ticket she issued him based on her bad first impression. Erin is the niece of Sloan this gives way for one very entertaining story. Add a Pet Bear who has an addiction; to Ketsup and we are hooked. Catherine Anderson is one of the best at making interesting characters have depth and come to life. Kate Turnbull is excellent as she reads this story. I give it overall 4 stars~

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Don't Bother

I have never reviewed a title before, but this one definitely warrants a comment. The performance is the worst I have come across in the entire time I have been listening to Audible Books. The narrator lacks emotion and the reading is very clipped and monotonous. The story gets lost in the poor narration. I'll try reading the book before I give it my story review.

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Unrealistic Storyline; Worst of Her Books

I always enjoy the detail in her books but this storyline was ridiculously unrealistic and forced. It's just not plausible on so many levels. First book I've read of hers that I didn't like and I've read all except one in this series.

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Lost Love

I loved the story of Vickie and Slade. The humor that Catherine Anderson uses always tells an amazing story.
would love to read about Erin and Wyatt.

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book summary misleading

The description of the book is very off from web at the book was actually about. I enjoyed the book, but was always waiting for more from the story because of the book summary.

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great book, good turns and twists to keep interes

this story really draws you in. If you've read the series it's like a beautiful movie. It really kept my interest and I can't wait to read more.

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Strawberry Hill

Absolutely loved this novel! Would love to hear a novel concerning Wyatt and Erin! Including more on Space and Vickys famiily! Thanks for a Great boojm

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  • Sandie
  • 01-09-19

Cringe!

I couldn’t stay listening to it. I like a good romance and gave it a good try but omg this is so cringy. Every time two people had a conversation it was so unrealistic the way to people would actually talk to each other. The narrator has this woman’s angst drowl that real life woman with real things to worry about just fine lame. I spent the whole time rolling my eyes thinking don’t be so wet! Sorry line could have worked but the actors or should I say writing is so hammed up it made me feel nauseous. Sorry.