• Sunrise Ridge

  • Redemption Mountain Historical Western Romance, Book 3
  • By: Shirleen Davies
  • Narrated by: Roberto Scarlato
  • Length: 8 hrs and 58 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (97 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Noah Brandt is a successful blacksmith and businessman in Splendor, Montana, with few ties to his past as an ex-Union Army major and sharpshooter. Quiet and hardworking, his biggest challenge is controlling his strong desire for a woman he believes is beyond his reach. 

Abigail Tolbert is tired of being under her father’s thumb while at the same time being pushed away by the one man she desires. Determined to build a new life outside the control of her wealthy father, she finds work and sets out to shape a life on her own terms. 

Noah has made too many mistakes with Abby to have any hope of getting her back. Even with the changes in her life, including the distance she’s built with her father, he can’t keep himself from believing he’ll never be good enough to claim her.

Unexpected dangers, including a twist of fate for Abby, change both their lives, making the tentative steps they’ve taken to build a relationship a distant hope. As Noah battles his past as well as the threats to Abby, she fights for a future with the only man she will ever love.

Sunrise Ridge, audiobook three in the Redemption Mountain Historical Western Romance series, is a full-length novel with an HEA and no cliff-hanger.

  1. Redemption’s Edge
  2. Wildfire Creek
  3. Sunrise Ridge
  4. Dixie Moon
  5. Survivor Pass
  6. Promise Trail
  7. Deep River
  8. Courage Canyon
  9. Forsaken Falls
©2015 Shirleen Davies (P)2018 Shirleen Davies

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love the seties. keeps you involved and interested. good narration and well written A must jeat

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Sunrise Ridge

This book wasn't as good as the 1st book of series .It was fair to listen to.I will continue with series.A few of the characters., I want to continue to hear about.

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The story & the Narrator

I have read the first 3 books & really enjoyed all 3.
The author’s writing is outstanding & each story is great, however, the Narrator is the cherry on top.
After the first book, I did something I have never done & that is I purchased all the books
in this series. I made sure that evert book was
read by Roberto Scarlatti.
Excellent author & outstanding Narrator!!!

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Could not stop listening

Great book ! Enjoyed the whole series . Great writer and storyline. Plan to read more from her.

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Frustrating

I really struggled with the wishy, washy main characters. I guess it's what the author intended but I really think it was excessive and took away from the story.