Emelie Svennson's dream is to sing on stage. When a musical troupe passes through her home in Wisconsin, she believes her dream will be fulfilled when the leader invites her to be the star of his show. By the time she realizes that he is nothing more than an abusive bully and her dream is now her nightmare, she finds herself stranded in San Francisco with no money and on the run from the law. As she tries to make her way home to her family, she stops in Culpepper Cove and is drawn to the amazing melodies coming from the Red Petticoat Saloon. The handsome piano player is almost as remarkable as his music.
Charlie Walker adores all of the gems he works with, but from the minute he meets Emelie, he knows there is something special about her. As much as he wants her to stay in Culpepper Cove, the thought of her putting on red petticoats and entertaining men upstairs as Silver cuts him to the core.
As their pasts clash, Charlie will have to work hard to convince his new gem that he will not only love and honor her, but that he won't hesitate to drag her across his knee for a bare-bottomed spanking that promises to warm more than just her backside. Can he convince the woman with the voice of an angel that dreams can come true?
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Red or Pink?
Yes, just to see what I missed the first time. When you listen the second time you will find parts that you heard the first time, but didn't pay attention to.
Western style love story with a twist.
The main character was really brought to life by his narration.
Once I started listening to the story and got into it, I wanted to keep listening until I finished.
This audiobook was provided by the author/narrator/publisher free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review.
Maybe, the first few chapters of the story took me by suprise not what I was expecting and not something I think I would want to relisten. But the rest of the book was the standard petticoats read, which I enjoyed. Not sure if it's just me, but some words used didn't appear to fit into the style and century of the story. Great narrative by David Quimby.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy by the author, narrator or publisher.