Dreaming of a Bride : Montana Passion

  • by Amelia Rose
  • Narrated by Charles D. Baker
  • Series: Montana Passion
  • 3 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A clean historical western cowboy romance.
When Torsten O'Conner's false love leaves him for another man, he decides a change of scenery just might be in order. His brother, Kieran, is now the mayor of New Hope, Montana, and the prospect of putting Ireland far behind him and starting fresh as a homesteader in America might be just the thing.
But the life of a homesteader isn't just hard, it's brutally lonely. At his friends' urging, Torn writes off for a wife from the east only to have a villain from his past arrive on the train.
Can Torn let go of his old feeling and put down his demons in order to take a chance on love?


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Love this Series

Book 4 in this series is quite the unusual adventure! Like the previous books this one has well written characters, an interesting story, and plenty of quirkiness to go around. I definatey recommend this series to everyone who enjoys good clean western romances.

The narrator has the perfect western style voice for this series. He does accents very well and I appreciate that each voice was unique. Well done!

It was a pleasure to have the opportunity to review this series. I would like to thank the author, narrator, or publisher for providing me this audiobook at no cost in exchange for my unbiased review. 😉
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Final book in series, and another great book by Amelia Rose

Final book in the Montana Passion series, and worth every second of it. I didn't think the book was as good as the first three; but still most enjoyable nonetheless. I found the events outcome to be quite predictable. But overall, the story was entertaining and mostly enjoyable. I recommend this series, to be read in order written.

The story begins with rancher Torsten (Torn), the male lead. He is at the train station waiting with friends, to meet his mail order bride Ginny. As Ginny gets off the train, she sees her intended being hugged by another female. From that point , the story gets interesting as assumptions create for misunderstandings. With someone trying to cause trouble in the city, emotions and jealousy go out of control.

I was curious about the notes that Ginny found. I had an idea about how she would receive them. But, wanted to know more about them. I also understand people must keep proper appearances in front of people. But this also creates tension and at times I didn't like Torn's personality.

Narration by Charles D. Baker was once again magnificent. I enjoyed the clean voice, the tones, the accents, and the emotions in the different characters. He makes the stories and characters come alive. ♡

Note: This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-05-2016
  • Publisher: Gold Crown Publishing