• The Heartbreaker of Echo Pass

  • A Gold Valley Novel
  • By: Maisey Yates
  • Narrated by: Samantha Cook
  • Length: 12 hrs and 7 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (20 ratings)

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By: Maisey Yates
Narrated by: Samantha Cook
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Publisher's Summary

Can Gold Valley's wallflower heal a damaged cowboy's broken heart?

Shy Iris Daniels is on a mission to shake up her life. She's sick of being underestimated, and she's got a new business plan to prove it. The one thing she didn't factor in is her new landlord, Griffin Chance. The gruff mountain man isn't what she expected, but Iris recognizes the pain in his eyes. Yet the attraction he ignites is much more unfamiliar…and might be the perfect chance for Iris to embrace the adventure she yearns for.

Griffin Chance knows firsthand how senseless the cards dealt in life can be. He wouldn't have isolated himself on a remote mountain ridge if he didn't. Innocent Iris craves excitement, and he's a man who thought he'd forgotten how to feel. But when their connection grows deeper than either of them anticipated, Griffin has to decide if he can put down the pain of his past and step into a love he never believed possible.

A Gold Valley Novel

©2021 Maisey Yates (P)2021 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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The Heartbreaker of Echo Pass

Iris is the final Daniels sibling that is still single, not including the cousins. Since she was the oldest girl she helped her brother raise the other kids when their parents were killed… but not she is ready for her own life. She wants outside her comfort zone and has a plan to do that by opening a bakery in town. Griffin is new to Gold Valley, at they think he is since no one really knows who he is. He is dealing with his own trauma, and it is a doozy. I expected Iris since we have gotten to know her in other books. I expected her past and what it did to her… but I was in no way expecting Griffin. He ripped my heart out time and time again. His story was so just sad, yet a prefect pairing for Iris. I really though the last Gold Valley book was going to end up my favorite of this part of the series, but this one took over that spot immediately. I can’t see what awaits in the next book.

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Interesting story and listen. Like the little ending how it worked out. Would of been fun to see how the house turned out

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A Satisfying Escape

I thoroughly enjoyed this audible book and the accompanying novella. I found the characters likable and the story compelling. I enjoy being transported to the world of Gold Valley. I’ll buy another.

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I've been reading Maisey Yates for several years. She is a wonderful story teller and I have been waiting for this new book. I loved the previous books in the series and thought there storyline to be well constructed and delivered well. This book had me constantly pushing through to the next page waiting for a smooth story delivery that I expect from Mrs. Yates. Instead, I find that it's filled with filler that hinders the moment between the characters. I felt the author was giving to much of the thoughts going through the characters head instead of knowing she had laid out a well constructed character from the beginning. This book was out of character for Mrs. Yates!