Carrigans of Circle C, book one: Sage Carrigan never meant to be the other woman. Unfortunately bronco rider Dawson O'Dell neglected to mention he was married the night he invited her to his bed after they'd both placed first in their rodeo events. When his wife walked in on them, Sage was deeply hurt and humiliated. After an accident in the ring the next day, Sage decides she's quitting the rodeo--and cowboys--to become a chocolatier in her hometown ranching community, Marietta, Montana. She's doing just fine, but then Dawson shows up--five years later, with a little girl in tow. He's there for the Copper Mountain Rodeo, hoping to win big. But he's also got plans of settling down with his daughter and buying a house--the very same one about which Sage has been dreaming. He says he's there for her, and he's making lots of promises. But can he keep them?
If you love clean romance, Montana, cowboys, small-town settings, and stories with family values, you will enjoy the Carrigans of the Circle.
What members say
- Trish R.
Ok book and terrible narration..
I love second chance stories but up until about 25% I thought this was a really bad story. THEN I realized it wasn’t the story but the narrator. I turned off the audio and enjoyed the rest of the book by just reading it.
This was about Dawson and Sage who fell in love five years before when they were both part of the rodeo. At the end of having sex and being threatened with a shotgun by Dawson’s wife Sage left and that was the end of that. Or so Sage thought. Dawson shows up in Marietta, Montana where Sage now owns a chocolate store, but she refuses to forgive him, but he keeps trying to explain what was happening with his wife.
Eventually, she did forgive him but it was sudden! Once she saw is divorce papers she was over being mad at him. I mean, sudden like in five minutes time.
There was no sex or swearing in this story.
As to the narration: It was terrible. The men sounded like women and all Emily Cauldwell did was read the book. No emotions, no nothing. I would not listen to her again.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
- S. Holstein
I enjoyed this book! The characters were entertaining especially Savannah! I would have liked a little more of an epilogue but it was a good ending.
- VL Garcia
Any additional comments?
This was a sweet story about second chances. The book was well written, and th enarrator did a great job telling the story.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful