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Woodrose Mountain celebrated strong, confident women (PT therapist Evie and her circle of female friends) who live in a small Colorado town where neighbors help one another and genuinely care about those less fortunate.
Hope Crossing residents were not perfect; trouble teen Taryn made horrible choices which caused the death of a close friend. Without excusing her bad behavior or condemning Taryn as unredeemable, her father Brody enlisted the professional services of Evie.
Thankfully Brody liked and respected women, trusting Evie's abilities and instincts, even when he did not understand or agree with all her choices. The engaging plot included growing friendships, dealing with death, and learning to trust, in addition to romance and adorable dogs.
Only negative for me: no diversity. An entire town without even one person of color???
Would you listen to Woodrose Mountain again? Why?
Will probably listen again. This narrator is much better than the narrator in Blackberry Summer. I love a series that fleshes out the different characters.
What did you like best about this story?
Loved Evie's story and the suspense around Taren's secret.
Have you listened to any of Claire Christie’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
this is the first time I've listened to this narrator. She does a credible job. More of a read than a performance.