Top Dog : Heroes of Henderson

  • by Liz Kelly
  • Narrated by Charles Lawrence
  • Series: Heroes of Henderson
  • 11 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Crain Carraway, Dallas business tycoon and sports fanatic, is not from Henderson. But his wife is. No one knows that though, because she managed to get cold feet after their impromptu Vegas wedding. Hiding out in her hometown, she's sicced her lawyer on him, doing her best to buy his silence and a quickie divorce.
Like hell.
It's taken him way too long to find the perfect Mrs. Carraway, and now that he's had the fortuitous luck to stumble into Henderson and his bride, he's not about to let her go.


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Customer Reviews

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Love this series!

I just can't get enough of Henderson!!! I loved Crain And Tansy's story! I wasn't a huge fan of Tansy at first but this book changed my mind! Crain was seriously delicious! I love that even though this was focused on Crain and Tansy, that you get glimpses into the rest of the clan too!! That makes me super happy! I'm off to listen to the next book!!!
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- AmyHiggs

Doggone Good!

Would you consider the audio edition of Top Dog to be better than the print version?

Absolutely! I find myself concentrating on every single word and nuance when listening to the Audiobook version of a novel and I find it very entertaining to hear Charles Lawrence's portrayal of Crane and Elisabeth as well as my favorite character, Vance Evans.

What did you like best about this story?

I have to admit to loving the idea of a whirlwind romance and a wedding in Vegas. I would love to wake up married to Mr. Tall, Dark and Handsome Crane Caraway. You can be sure I would never be a runaway wife like Tansy.

Which character – as performed by Charles Lawrence – was your favorite?

Vance is my favorite character because he's totally outrageous and Charles Lawrence's portrayal of Vance's deep, sexy voice is swoon-worthy and utterly delicious. Best line ever was "Tansy would never get down on her hands and knees and clean my balls" as spoken by Mr. Outrageous himself, Vance Evans.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

My heart melted when Vance was comforting Tansy after Crane left Henderson. Because they have always been mortal enemies, I was especially touched by Vance holding and comforting Tansy while she sobs over Crane's desertion.

Any additional comments?

This entire series is a hoot. Who knew life in small town North Carolina could be so outrageously entertaining? Liz Kelly's storytelling and Charles Lawrence's narration are an unbeatable combination. I absolutely adore romantic comedy!

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- Diane Blaser

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-09-2016
  • Publisher: Kelly Girl Productions