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Moor Love

Narrated by: J. P. Bowie
Length: 1 hr and 31 mins
Categories: Erotica, Fiction
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Summary

On the moors of North Yorkshire, American college student Caleb Winters falls in love, not only with the rolling hills of heather, but with the man who hired him for the student work program. To Caleb, Jon Cook is a mystery.

Rendered mute years earlier in the automobile accident that killed his father, Jon lives a life of secrecy. From the beginning, Caleb begins to suspect that Jon's gruff exterior hides the soul of a lonely tormented man. Suddenly taking care of Jon's sheep isn't nearly as important as drawing the older farmer out of his shell and into the land of the living.

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"Ms. Lynne has written a delightful short story filled with romance, conflict, hopefully a love to last all times...The descriptions of nature paint a picture of it's beauty for the reader. The erotic scenes between Caleb and Jon were both poignant and at the same time very erotic." ( Fallen Angels Reviews)
"Having the story narrated to me really allowed my imagination to soar and having the added stimulation of the characters being given a voice worked well...Moor Love was a very strong story." ( Literary Nymphs Reviews)

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  • Lori
  • 23-07-10

Audio quality is poor

If you want to read this book, buy the ebook or paperback. The audio quality/recording of this audiobook is unprofessional and hardly worth listening to. The book is good tho.