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Sheriff Rob Hardin has a tough job. With her three sisters no longer acting as sheriff along with her, her brother-in-law insists the town hire a deputy. Rob agrees, but reluctantly. Leslie should be a huge help, and it brings her some comfort to know another female will be sharing her living quarters.
Leslie arrives in Waterhole, but is nothing like Rob expected. Nothing at all! What will happen between the two? Only God can take an unexpected situation and turn it into something neither Rob nor Leslie ever dreamed.
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By Jean on 07-09-16
A female sheriff in the old west
Apparently this is a series of books about four sisters who become sheriffs in a small Texas frontier town. They can out shoot and out think any man that dares to oppose them. This is book four; each book is about one of the sisters. This one is about Sheriff Rob (Roberta) Hardin. The other three sisters are now married and their husbands do not want them to be deputies anymore. They push the town to hire a deputy. Rob asks for a woman deputy so they can share quarters. Leslie arrives for work but instead of a woman he is a man. It seems the series is more about Christian romance stories rather than old fashion frontier action stories.
I got the book because I was intrigued by a female sheriff in a Texas frontier town. The book is not exactly what I was interested in. The book is well written and moves at a very fast pace. It is very short at about two hours. Amy Pastoon does a good job narrating the story.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Amazon Customer on 07-16-16
The story was a little weak
Where does Sheriff Bride Rob's Story rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
It was at the lower end of the scale (around 1 or 2) for the story. Although it moved fast, it was too fast and unbelievable in its progression.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
Meh. There was no suspense about what was to happen.
Have you listened to any of Amy Pastoor’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Amy Pastoor did a fine job of narration. I would like to hear more stories with some substance read by her . This story was just fluff.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Not within the storytelling, only with what the narrator brought to the story.