The Billionaire Cowboy's Love

  • by Joanna Jacobs
  • Narrated by Giselle Lumas
  • 1 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It's true when people say opposites attract.
Blake Nathaniel, a self-made billionaire visits his cowboy roots hometown to meet his parents. While being there, he has a love-at-first-sight moment and falls for a natural beauty named Sara Cameron, who happens to be his ill father's nurse.
Sara, being the elegant woman that she is, denies Blake's every advance towards her, but on the other hand, Blake, being a determined alpha, does everything to get her.
The chase begins but who will win?

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It was Ok

This is Blake and Sarah's story. Blake comes home to be with his sick father and meets Sarah his father's nurse. He chases her, buys her gifts that she returns and finally tells her that she will come to him. She is not impressed by his money and she shows him that he can be loved for himself. His father dies and the family grieves and after that well you will have to listen to find out. The narrator is obviously a new narrator and has not gotten a true handle on the narration. She would be good for the story if she could just smooth it out and practice breathing techniques so she does not have to pause where a pause should not be.

I was given this book for an honest review via audiobook boom.
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Potential

This book and the narrator both have potential. I would have preferred not to use stars, but it wouldn't let me. I received this book as an ARC so wanted to give the promised honest review. But, the difference for me with this book is, the story had potential. It wasn't a bad listen or story. It just seemed rough around the edges at times and not completely fleshed out. Normally it's just the opposite. Normally when I can't give high stars its because the story was bad. I really liked the idea and concept of the book. And, I loved the main female character. I rather thought our main male character was sort of creepy and a stalker. I thought her reactions to him initially were spot on. And, this character felt real in her interactions.

Same with the narrator. She was stilted at times and had a strange speech pattern. At times I think it was just the wording in the story. The sentence structure was a little strange at times. But, the main thing was the flow. The narrator sounded as though she was reading, not telling and pulling the listener into a story. BUT! Again, she has real potential. She has a great voice for narration and seemed to understand and be able to capture the essence of the characters. I think maybe they are both fairly new. But, I feel like there is real potential here. And, I'd like to read and listen to some later work as they both mature into their craft. Good effort.
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- J and M

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-09-2016
  • Publisher: Joanna Jacobs