- Living an Extraordinary Life One Day at a Time
- Narrated by: Nan Gurley
- Length: 8 hrs and 14 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-09-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Zondervan
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The years following the war have been hard on Laurel Tracey. Both her brother and her father died in battle, and her mother passed away shortly after receiving word of their demise. Laurel has been trying to run her 200-acre ranch as best she can.
When she discovers that squatters have settled in her north pasture and have no intention of leaving, Laurel decides to use the last of her money to free a prisoner from the local jail. If she agrees to offer him room and board for one year, he will have to work for her to pay off his debt.
Former soldier Thomas Baker knows he's in trouble when he finds himself jailed because he couldn't pay a few fines. Laurel's offer might be his only ticket out. Though she's everything he ever dreamed of in a woman - sweet and tender-hearted, yet strong - he's determined to remain detached, work hard on her behalf, and count the days until he's free again.
But when cattle start dying and Laurel's life is threatened, Thomas realizes more than just his freedom is on the line. Laurel needs someone to believe in her and protect her property. And it isn't long before Laurel realizes that Thomas Baker is far more than just a former soldier. He's a trustworthy hero, and he needs more than just his freedom - he needs her love and care, too.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Starr on 04-04-18
Good book -ok narration
I own the book and enjoy it. It’s the story of a young woman,Laurel, trying to save her ranch with the help of a “convict” she has employed while she is being harassed from both family members and an unknown source.
The narrator does not capture accents or written out clues describing the voices. The book takes place in Texas with Texans and the author mentions the “drawl” and tone of voice, etc. However, the narrator fails to use Texas accents. If she had and if she put mood into the conversations, it would have improved the performance greatly.
The book is a Christian historical fiction with a happy ending. It is the second in the series but, a stand alone read.