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Would you consider the audio edition of Wyatt's Bounty to be better than the print version?
I consider them both the same, and would listen or read the book in either form.
What other book might you compare Wyatt's Bounty to and why?
Don't really like to compare books to each other. I take them each on how much I like each book.
Which scene was your favorite?
I liked the scenes when the brothers would bicker and the love scenes as well.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
An old fashioned western with love, suspense, romance and good guys and bad guys and a fight for justice.
Any additional comments?
Wyatt's Bounty is suspenseful, romantic, funny and a true love story. Kim Turner takes the reader back to Cheyenne, Wyoming and the McCade family with this story of a long time love finally fulfilled. There are surprises and updates on the characters you've come to love in the prequel book Sawyer's Rose. The reader becomes better acquainted with Wyatt McCade and the love of his life Doctor Tess Sullivan. Tess had decided to move back to Boston and Wyatt afraid of loosing her permanently proposes marriage. But the secret that Tess has been keeping makes her refuse his proposal. Wyatt takes off and doesn't come back to Cheyenne until he gets word that Tess hasn't left after all. On his way to see for himself he is ambushed by the family enemy who everyone thought was back east awaiting trail and prison. Wyatt is badly injured and lay dyeing when an Indian friend of his brother Dawson finds him and helps. He's brought to Tess's clinic where she and his mother take care of him. The healing process bring Tess and Wyatt closer together with her revealing her secret and Wyatt wanting revenge. When the family enemy comes up with a new way to try and get the McCade and Morgan lands. Wyatt and Tess go to Denver to get married and so he can find the evidence needed to keep their land. The McCade brothers along with Brett blow up a mine on Brett's land to keep it from being mind, and the judge hearing the case after the evidence is found rules in favor of the McCade family. Their enemy plots revenge by harming Dawson and kidnapping Tess and taking her to Denver. Meanwhile, just before she's kidnapped Tess get a surprise, but is unable to relay the new to Wyatt, which his mother passes along to the rest of the family and decides to mount her own rescue mission. Wyatt and his brothers follow Tess to Denver to rescue her but their enemy takes her away. They follow the train and finally Wyatt catches up with his wife and her kidnapper. Wyatt is overpowered and stalls for time because he knows the tracks are ending soon. His enemy is gravelly wounded and wants Wyatt to shoot him but he won't do it. Wyatt goes to check on Tess finding her well. The set out from the crash site and meet up with his brothers. Tess and Wyatt are now ready to start their new life and family but Wyatt still has a few surprises in store for Tess and she has one of her own. I'm looking forward to the next installment of the McCade's of Cheyenne with Dawson's story.
What made the experience of listening to Wyatt's Bounty the most enjoyable?
I still love Dawson McBride's voice, though I do put the 'speed' to 1.2 so that it's a little faster-paced for me. (I listen while I drive, and am generally in a "hurry" frame of mind, so if the reader is very laid-back, I feel impatient. That's all ME, though)
What was one of the most memorable moments of Wyatt's Bounty?
Oh my gosh, her 'bad guy' is so evil. I don't want to do spoilers, but maybe it's okay if I say there has to be a rescue, and that is pretty harrowing for awhile. I was hooked BIGtime for that.
What about Dawson McBride’s performance did you like?
His voice is so mellow and smooth, it's like listening to a good friend who is welcoming and safe.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I was just hooked for the whole thing. There were several good plot items that really grabbed me and it seemed nothing was easy for these two people. (some of it due to Wyatt's 'get 'er done' personality)
Any additional comments?
I cannot WAIT for the next book to come out.
I was keen to listen to this book after meeting Tess and Wyatt in the first instalment. They made a nice couple. Their story didn't disappoint although it was predictable.
We also see a conclusion to the long running feud Bennett has with the McCade family. There is plenty of action and suspense which really held my attention although there weren't any surprises or twists in the story. I enjoyed the brothers working together to overcome an evil that had plagued their family for years.
I liked both stories in this series and I would recommend listening to Sawyer's Rose first as you get the back story to the feud, the death of the Wyatt's father and there's more of Tess and Wyatt to enjoy.
I voluntarily reviewed a gifted copy provided by the author.