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Marrying My Cowboy

Narrated by: Jeanine Bartel
Length: 10 hrs and 45 mins
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Summary

Take a walk down the aisle - western-style - with these tales of unbridled love, from a trio of New York Times best-selling authors who know the way to a cowboy's heart....

"The Rancher's Wedding" by Diana Palmer:
When a widowed Colorado rancher who's in the red meets up with a screenwriter-turned-waitress dogged by scandal, they put their talents - and their hearts - together. But will front-page news put a damper on the sparks flying between them?

"Wind River Wedding" by Lindsay McKenna:
A sprawling family ranch in Wyoming, or a swanky Hamptons hideaway? A young couple's future in-laws try to stake their claim on where the newlyweds will live. But these lovebirds won't be corralled....

"The Cowboy Lassoes a Bride" by Kate Pearce:
Between a hen night that goes terribly wrong, a missing wedding dress, and a California earthquake, a bride-to-be wonders if her plan to marry her longtime bad-boy cowboy beau is doomed - and he wonders if his fiancee is avoiding the altar. Will love prevail?

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  • 08-09-19

First story was great

The first story was a good Diana Palmer. The second book was boring. The met, many years pass, they decide to get married, they get married, the end. The last book was better, but I think it must have been a sequel that I didn’t read the first book. Loved the narrator.