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This was a great story but ended very abruptly. Glad to know there was a sequel. The narrator did a great job.
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Only when accompanied by a warning. I enjoyed it until the final chapter.
Who was your favorite character and why?
What does Barbara McCulloh bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I liked her voice and characters.
Any additional comments?
A marriage of convenience somehow turned into a very one-sided arrangement that only considered the feelings and needs of one party. How is it that Marty is supposed to share every personal thing she owns with a man with whom she only agreed to have a platonic relationship to secure his career? Does he not need to consider her fears of losing another husband? How about her desire to leave Texas? After all that was her reason for accepting the position in Jakes life. In the end she has somehow lied to him because she did not share about owning a ranch. Her property had nothing to do with her arrangement with Jake. She doesn't 'fall-in-love' with him until the end and then when she tells him of the ranch (his dream/her nightmare) she is the villain and he was lied to?? I strongly disagree with the conclusion and even became angry with the one-sided situation for which only Jakes feelings were considered. I have really enjoyed Tracie Peterson's books and story lines. (17 Tracie Peterson books are in my library) This one didn't fit the quality of the other books I have read of hers.
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