The Guilty Proposal : Heroes of Hays

  • by Barbara Goss
  • Narrated by Leonor A Woodworth
  • Series: Heroes of Hays
  • 3 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Travis Grayson feels responsible for a serious injury to his long-time friend, Libby. Out of guilt, he proposes, much to her delight. Not long after, he meets Evaline Radcliffe, and she immediately steals his heart. He finds himself in a predicament: he's betrothed to one woman out of duty, and head over heels in love with another.
To make matters worse, Evaline eventually discovers his duplicity. Evaline has a problem of her own, and she enlists her father's help in solving it. Her father's solution is to arrange for her to be kidnapped.


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Customer Reviews

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It all began with the guilt

As I think back to listening to this book, my thoughts are mixed.

The story opened and I formed an opinion of how the plot would go, except it didn't go that all. The conclusion of the book made sense to the story and wrapped everything up nicely, but I still have a lingering question wondering what would have happened if the plot had twisted in a few of the ways that my mind thought it would.

Travis drove Libby home one evening and an unfortunate accident on the ride home caused Libby injury to her legs, making the doctor wonder if she would walk again. Travis feels guilty and does everything he can to help Libby, including selling cattle to pay for a doctor and even offering to marry her. Then Travis meet a woman in town that he is attracted to and the plot thickens.

One thing I do like about books by Barbara Goss is the characters. They have character and integrity without being boring, uptight or stuffy.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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- Sara Rutgers

Would recommend.

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I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

Out of Barbara Goss books that I have read/listened to, this has to be for me the best of her works.
I liked and believed in her characters. I felt a connection with them and kept wondering how on earth they were going to get out of the mess they were in. There are twist and turns that keep you listening until you get to the end.

Would highly recommend!

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- Layla

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-10-2017
  • Publisher: Barbara A. Goss