Megan Wilder doesn't think there's a man in this world who could love her just the way she is. After meeting sexy Ryan McBride, she suspects he might just be the one to change her mind. With her family in danger of losing their restaurant and their home, a sudden illness has everything Megan thought was sure in her life crashing down around her. Finding out Ryan is the one responsible for threatening foreclosure shakes her very foundation. Can Ryan and Megan succeed in overcoming their obstacles and fight for a love that was meant to be?
©2012 Cheyenne McCray (P)2015 Cheyenne McCray
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"Gotta Love A Cowboy"
Yes I will probably listen to it as much as I can. Cheyenne did a great job describing how hot the cowboy was and he was a sweet one made it better. I do love all her books. I can't wait to listen and read more of them. David also did a great job narrating it. The voice adds something to it.
Meg because she reminds me of me. She was able to over come all her insecurities and fears with the help of a hot cowboy.
He's voice help paint a better picture of the characters. Love the way his voice really sounded like he was on the phone with the characters.
I'm not sure I would want to. I like all the titles.
All together it was a great book and I really can't wait for the rest of the series to come out to audio!!
"Easy listening western romantic suspense"
---I have received a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review
This is my first Cheyenne McCray book and found it very entertaining. The storyline of Meg's insecurities caused by her ex husband are fresh look at body types. Ryan, the sexy cowboy, meets Meg and is instantly attracted to her. I love that they click right away and he is continually praising her curves. As the story continues, we learn that Ryan has served Meg's parents with foreclosure papers, causing a huge misunderstanding. As things work out, there is more happening at the restaurant that Meg's mom owns. Ryan is able to help out with that. He is one of those warm sexy cowboys you cannot help but love. The storyline is somewhat predictable, but thoroughly enjoyable.
David Quimby is the perfect narrator for western romances. His accent is perfect, flow is easy to listen to and characters easily discernible. He made the story a wonderful listen.
I enjoyed the story very much. I am looking forward to reading more in this series. I've enjoyed many of this authors books and recommend them.
"Love love love Branded for you in audio"
I really loved just sitting back and listening to it, it was so relaxing, exciting and to be able to close yours eyes and hear the story that way , I loved it , I love getting lost in the story and now to be able to hear it , it was awesome, I love your books and I can't wait for more , I stumbled across your books one day and I absolutely love them , I am a mother of 4, 3 are girls lol, a lot of drama, and my husband works in Alberta we live in Nova Scotia so for me to be able to just escape in an amazing book, and now in audio, it's just the best feeling, thank you for that 😊
"Good Strong Man - Alllow Him To Overstep!"
Megan is fresh off of a divorce, instigated by her husbands cheating. She decides that the best thing to do is to go home where her family lives. There she can take some time to figure out who she is and what she wants.
Megan's parents and sister have a successful restaurant business in town. But the owner of the only other restaurant in town wants to buy them out of their lease so that he can expand. Megan's family is adamant this is not going to happen. Megan throws all her energy into the restaurant, cooking, prepping and working as a waitress.
At the same time, the restaurant's fantastic sales drop off – due to some dishonest publicity. Megan's parents are in really big trouble if they cannot afford to pay their mortgage, which the restaurant as a lien against it.
After helping around the restaurant for a few days, a stunning, built, hot cowboy comes in. He is really nice and has no character flaws as far as anyone (including this listener) can find. Megan asked around and nobody has a poor opinion of him. He is a standup guy!
Ryan teaches her how to dance and is always complimenting her on her appearance (something she has had as a hang up on, her entire life.) Ryan eventually invites Megan to go camping with him for a weekend – separate tents, separate sleeping bags, etc.
When Meg gets home she finds out that her dad had had a heart attack. She immediately rushes to the hospital to be by his side and Ryan follows. There is a big element during that scene.
Will miscommunications, greed and everything else ruin this budding relationship?
There is a lot of 'good meat' in this book. The author does a fantastic job writing a story that is not cookie-cutter, in my opinion.
David Quimby, narrator, was very good, a solid performance. Especially as he has to maneuver between aging parents, their daughters, Ryan and the patrons of the restaurant as well as some bad guys. That's a lot and deserves to be recognized.
Notes: This is definitely for a reader 18 years or older, for its mature themes themes
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"Excellent cowboy romance"
Branded For You is an enjoyable listen with sensuality that crackles between the hero and heroine. Well plotted and well paced, this book is one of my favorite cowboy romances.
"Always love a cowboy story!"
Sweet and good western romance! Very good plot, interesting personal stories in the background and I really enjoyed it very very much.
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Thank you very much Cheyenne McCray & of course David Quimby for this book.
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very good book. i enjoyed. well writen and narrated
"I felt an immediate connection to Meg"
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This was my first Cheyenne McCray book, and my first audio book. Branded For You was a wonderful story, the characters likable and relatable. I felt an immediate connection to Meg, and attraction to Ryan, while the story had twists I did not see coming.
My only complaint would be the narration. David Quimby had excellent diction and his narration was well paced, but I couldn’t help feeling he would be better suited to a different story. Some of the voices made the characters sound far older than they were, and some of the content did not seem to match his vocal inflections.
This is the first Audio Book that I have ever listened too and I loved it. The gentlemen who read the story was great he had me laughing and it made the book great can't wait to listen to more books from Cheyenne McCray I love her. I would highly say to anyone reading this review its a most get
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