Black-Eyed Susan

  • by Deborah Camp
  • Narrated by Christine Williams
  • 27 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ever since she can remember, dark-eyed Susan Armitage has longed for Logan Vance - the one man who can never be hers. But a twist of fate and her own reckless desire drive Susan to scandalize St. Louis society by agreeing to accompany Logan and his two young children on a long, perilous journey west through Indian Territory.
In the rugged Oklahoma wilderness, Logan and Susan’s long-denied passion for each other can finally be fulfilled. Yet even as they glory in each other at last, they find their dreams threatened by the dangerous realities of frontier life. What began as a ruse to be together soon becomes a struggle for survival that will test the very limits of their love.


Audible Editor Reviews

Deborah Camp, charter member of the Romance Writers of America and author of more than 50 contemporary and historical romances, has woven another portrait of a strong, independent, loving women, forced in this Daring Hearts Romance to prove herself equal to any man on America’s frontier. Actress and opera singer Christine Williams gives voice to Susan Armitage, a young woman facing not just the terrors of the American West, but also her physical desire for the father of the two children in her care, her older sister’s widower and a man whose smile and grace enchanted her ever since she was a girl.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-03-2013
  • Publisher: Audible Studios