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This is one of Tami Hoag earliest novels, before she wrote thrillers. I consider it a romantic suspense. It has all the drama of a thriller and passion for a romantic suspense novel. Mary Lee Jennings leaves California to meet her friend Lucy in New Eden, Montana. Little did she know, she discovers her friend's dead, and learn the shocking truth of her secrets, putting herself in danger on living on a ranch life, and falling in love with a stubborn cowboy.
The book was well written but a bit too long. Too much internal thoughts of the characters, same stuff over and over again. How many times does Ms Hoag have to tell me that the character is stubborn/lonely/loyal/a misfit? I get it already! I didn't lose my memory from the prior chapter. Or the one before that, either. I would have rated this book higher if not for the annoying repetition.
Having said that Tami Hoag is one of my favourite authors and she her writing has improved in future books.
Joyce Bean was ok with the delivery of the story. Some of her voices were over dramatic and that was a bit annoying
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
Really mediocre. I am having difficulty deciding if it is the hackneyed writing that turned me off or the overly dramatic narration and unpleasant voice of the romantic male lead. Sounds like a elderly redneck rather than a hot young cowboy. Hard to imagine the female lead would really be turned on by him. Yuck!
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Very stereotypical characters which are almost amusing . Nevertheless it was a good listen and a versatile narrator. Having read a lot of T Hoag it was an interesting diversion from the usual. Worth the credit and a good length listen.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful