His Prairie Princess (Prairie Brides, Book One) is the first in a new series about the town of Clear Creek, Oregon. One of the wackiest little towns in the old west! Enjoy this introduction to the townspeople of Clear Creek and come sit a spell!
When Sadie Jones, the daughter of cattle baron Horatio Jones, set out on her own in search of her dying birth mother, she got more than she bargained for. She never dreamed the stage would be robbed and she herself taken along with the rest of the loot! After all, being kidnapped was the last thing on her mind that morning. Unfortunately it was the foremost thing that afternoon.
Harrison Cooke, raised by his English mother to be the perfect gentleman, simply went to get the mail, not rescue a damsel in distress! But here he was, attempting to rescue the most beautiful woman he had ever seen, and of course, not get them both killed in the process.
But both Harrison and Sadie have a goal. She's trying to rescue her mother. He's trying to save his brothers. That's a lot of rescuing going on. And in the midst of it all, can they rescue each other's hearts?
©2013, 2014 Kit Morgan (P)2014 Kit Morgan
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"I fun read!"
I would recommend this audio book. I really enjoyed this book.
I thought that Michael Rahhal did a great job with this book!
"Corny and disappointing"
I usually enjoy the mail order / prairie bride type books but this one was so corny I almost could not finish listening. The story itself had very little plot and the characters were poorly developed and so stereotypical it was comical except I don't believe the author intended to write comedy. Very disappointing.
"His Prairie Princess"
I never read the print version
I have never listened to Michael Rahhal but his performance was very good.
It was not an exciting story, never kept me wanting to get to the next chapter.
Something was definitely missing!
What a way to start a series Kit! Every woman dreams of being rescued by handsome man. If you love westerns and a good romance this is the book for you. Michael Rahal as narrator was a brilliant move! His voices describe each theater perfectly. Can't wait for my next audible book!!
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