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Publisher's Summary

New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Jodi Thomas won the coveted Romance Pioneer Award and a 2011 Reviewers’ Choice Award for Texas Blue.
Lewton Paterson is a gambling man hoping to put his rough-and-tumble past behind him and marry into a quiet, respectable family. Arriving in Whispering Mountain, Lewt sets his sights on one of the McMurray sisters. But it doesn’t take long for Lewt to realize that gambling on love is his riskiest proposition yet.
©2011 Jodi Koumalats (P)2012 Recorded Books
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4 out of 5 stars
By Anna on 04-30-18

Shakespeare in 1875 Texas

Thomas writes a carefully crafted plot worthy of 12th Night. The McMurry clan continues 15 years later without a hitch in the giddy-up. Emily is a worthy heroine, except when she falls in tears over her dead horse in the middle of a deadly mission. Lewt is fun to read about, although I do wonder how he could be fooled. Thomas is very good at twisting plots and keeping readers engaged. It would be nice to have the same variety and creativity in her descriptions of love making. I'll take more spice please, but I do love reading all these characters!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Colleen on 05-08-17

Great Story, terrible narration

This is one of the best stories in this series so far but the narration is awful. Stephens pauses at the wrong time in a sentence and puts emphasis in the wrong places. She also has long dramatic pauses and swallows a lot. She was better about not making everyone sound like crusty ole cowboys but honestly, if I hadn't already bought the series I would not buy anymore narrated by Stephens.

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