When their South Carolina home burns to the ground, Anna Stewart's only choice is to move with her younger brother to the wilds of a Texas ranch. Their prospects are beginning to look better, until the rancher's son, Jacob O'Brien, shows up with his alarmingly blue eyes to put a kink in Anna's well-controlled plans.
When danger escalates in the form of a band of cattle thieves with deadly intent, can Anna learn to release control to God's capable hands; and those of the blue-eyed cowboy who's stolen her heart?
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This book ranks at the top of all audible books I have!
I really like Tiffany Williams as a narrator
when they were in Church and sang a song that said, "I am at peace with my Soul " That stuck in my mind through the whole book, Guess I will remember that for a long time.
This was an awesome book, Love the story of Ann and Jacob, I hated to see it end! Misty Beller is a great Author and I will be reading all of her books. Thanks Misty for many hours of listening to a wonderful story. I would recommend this book to everyone!
- Kindle Customer
A fun, sweet romance!
Yes! This book about starved me to death! Anna was always cooking up something that sounded delicious. The story was fun and inspirational. I didn't find it "preachy" at all because the main character prayed and searched for solace in scripture. The Bible says we are to pray without ceasing. She prayed a LOT less than that. Usually when she faced hardship. I didn't find that she prayed any more than I do. I am a Christian and will never be a "good Christian".
It would have to be Anna! Not only for her story, but because she gave me many ideas of what to cook for dinner while I was listening.
I love that Tiffany William's voice is solid and a little deep. I very much appreciate her not trying too hard with the Southern accent. Being from Arkansas, Georgia and Texas (Military brat), I find that when a lot of narrators do the accent, it comes across as making us sound ignorant. She did great! The richness of her voice added gravity to the story as well.
When Anna was tied up and helpless.
A light, pleasurable story. Got me happily through my commute and kept me entertained as I folded mountains of laundry late at night after the family was in bed.
- K. Daniel