Summary

As if he doesn't have enough to handle between running outlaws out of Cheyenne, keeping his brothers out of trouble, and avenging his father's death, Sheriff Sawyer McCade's meddling mother just dumped a mysterious mail-order bride on his doorstep. One woman can be more trouble than a band of renegades, and while this one has him all stirred up, he'd rather get to the bottom of the story she isn't telling.
Rose Parker had it all - until a web of danger and deceit sends her running to Cheyenne posing as a mail-order bride. Escaping the evils of New York seems sensible until she meets the unsuspecting sheriff who didn't ask for her, has no intention of marrying her, and won't rest until he uncovers her secret and sends her back home.
©2016 Kimberly W. Turner (P)2017 Kimberly W. Turner
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4 out of 5 stars
By Inishowen Cailin on 06-02-18

A Lovely listen

I enjoyed this historical, western romance. There was plenty of action and suspense interspersed throughout the whole story so there was never a dull moment.
The romance was sweet and developed very naturally.
My initial reservations about the narrator were quickly put aside as I got into the story. I found the performances of the male and female characters to be very good. I could really picture and hear the cowboys he was portraying. It sounded very authentic. The narrator's voice was very deep but it was softened when various characters spoke. I thought he did a very good job.
This was an entertaining story and I will enjoy listening to book two.


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5 out of 5 stars
By Clare Roden (Clare & Lou's Mad About Books) on 26-02-18

What a great book!

Would you consider the audio edition of Sawyer's Rose to be better than the print version?

I have read this story in print version and I absolutely loved it, so when I heard it would be on audible I couldn't wait to see how they would compare and this version didn't disappoint in any way in fact as I listened to the story I lay back and closed my eyes and saw it play out in my head like it was a movie on the big screen .

What other book might you compare Sawyer's Rose to, and why?

Although this book is mainly about the MacCade brothers who are cowboys in the old wild west, it's also a romantic story full of action and suspense that left me swooning for the men and cheering on the strong and feisty women.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

My favourite scene is at the bank, it's heart stopping and brilliantly played out!

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

The narrator of this book was very good at portraying the voices of each of the characters so it was very easy to connect to them and to feel the emotions of Sawyer, Rose and all the other's depending on the situations that they found themselves in. His voice is very deep but it's clear to understand him and it does change to represent whether he is reading the part of either a male or female character.

Any additional comments?

An exciting story that I enjoyed very much and can't wait to listen to more from this author and narrator.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kimberly Smith on 31-03-18

Loved it!

I loved this story! It started with guns a blazin’, pulling me in from the very beginning. From there, I couldn’t put it down! Between the family drama, murder, mystery and romance, I was hooked.....and I fell in love with the characters. I can’t wait to listen to the next in the series! As for the narration, it was okay but took some getting used to. At times, it seems a little slow. I sped it up to x1.25 and then it was too fast at times. Sooooo, I just got used to the slowness and it was fine. In fact, after I got further into the book, it seemed the narration just fit the characters...it just worked.
I received a review copy at my request and voluntarily reviewed.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Heather on 19-04-18

A good western romance

Where does Sawyer's Rose rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I’m don’t usually listen to romances but Sawyer’s Rose is more than a romance. Good plot and twists that I did not see coming.

What other book might you compare Sawyer's Rose to and why?

Sawyer’s Rose reminds me of Louis L’Amour somewhat. Tough but hurting cowboy and an equally tough woman trying to make her way in the West.

Any additional comments?

Narrator was awesome. I don’t think there could be a better voice for a western. Honestly, he reminded me of San Elliott.

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