In 1896, Melinda Gamble, a very elegant, very naïve young woman from Boston, decides to give up her life of monotonous comfort for the turbulent uncertainty of the still untamed Wild West. Driven by her intense desire to make a difference in the world, Melinda takes a job as a schoolteacher in the small town of Paris, Idaho, where she comes face-to-face with a frightening bank robber, a vicious grizzly bear, and an intense blizzard that leaves her clinging to her life. But it is a ruggedly handsome and very mysterious stranger who challenges Melinda with the one thing for which she was least prepared: love.
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Great book not so great narration
No sorry to say but I would read the book over and over again. The narration was done on a child's level I felt like a 5 year old being read a bedtime story.
Melinda. I love how she is strong and outspoken just like me. She sets her mind to something and doesn't let things get in her way.
I would not of minded keeping Joanna Riley. She does have a great voice, she just needs to learn to read in a grown up manner. I do know she has done several children's books and I think that was the problem. She didn't make the switch.
I really wanted to listen to it all at once but was unable to due to the narration.
The story is great I don't not want to take away from Linda Weaver Clarke's writing with my review. The story is great, grab the book. The characters are awesome. it is a good clean and fun book.
Enjoyable clean romance
- Leslie F.